Streveler_Oct29_10b_LI

Streveler_Oct29_10b_LI - ENGR 195 Transforming Ideas to...

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ENGR 195 – Transforming Ideas to Innovation I Prof. Ruth Streveler Thursday, Oct 29, 2009 Tuesday, September 8, 2009
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Report-writing Week 10B 2 Due: Project 2 Milestone 1 Upload M1 doc prior to coming to class Must bring 3 stapled hardcopies to class with coversheet
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Overview Announcements (Project 2 Milestones) Report writing Peer review of your Milestone 1 report 3
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Project 2 milestone due dates 4 Week Date Milestone 12B Nov 12 Revised problem formulation and report on innovation, decision-making 15B Dec 3 Final written report due Poster and presentation in class.
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learning objectives What is the structure of a traditional technical report? What are criteria of good reports? Given a complete report, draft an executive summary. Given an executive summary, improve the content and structure. 5
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Why did you make us write a report before talking with us about this? So you would have thought about report-writing before our class So you might know what things you didn’t know but needed to know So you would learn more in today’s class. Don’t worry – draft 2 is coming down the road! 6
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Project 2: Traffic crossing REPORTS : In each report, your team is making a compelling argument (convincing your audience) about your claims (i.e. problem statement, best solution selected from alternatives, the effectiveness of chosen solution, etc.). As identified in the User-Centered Design presentation delivered in Week 7b, to make a compelling argument, you must help your audience draw the same conclusion you did by sharing the supporting evidence you gathered (both data and reasoning).” 7
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Project 2 M1 report due today (10B) Required headings: Description of Traffic Intersection Problem Statement Key Stakeholders Design Criteria and Constraints Project Management Plan 8
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A generic technical report structure Cover page Table of contents Executive Summary Design problem definition, context Method by which team developed design, collected data Different design alternatives, and a critique of each ( including data or other evidence ) Final design recommendations, including addressing the critique, and implementation 9
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