All Capstone Design 2 students: FINISHED PROJECTS DUE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8
Competitions have been held for the team representing the department, but all teams must still submit their final projects for class credit. Please submit your website address or computer files or paper files for your project to my office (525) by Tuesday, December 8, either in person or by e-mail message. (No class on December 1.)
The class members have already seen the projects, and I’ve already met with the teams, so we don’t need to meet as a class or have office meetings — you just need to send or bring me your project results.
With your submitted project I would like a minimum 500 word essay report from each group (one group, one report). Explain (1) what your project was, (2) how you planned it, (3) how it works, (4) what effect it had, and (5) what you learned from the project. Minimum 500 words.
Congratulations to Group 6 of the Capstone Design class, whose project on audio books tied for second place in the college competition this Tuesday! (Click on the picture to expand)
Capstone Design Groups
I’ve just received word, on short notice, that one winning team from our class will be making a presentation of their project to the university on Wednesday, November 25, at 5:00 PM.
That gives us until next week to choose one of our six teams. We can meet as a class tomorrow, Tuesday, November 17, at 5:00, or Thursday, November 19, at 5:00.
Please message here on the blog as to which day is better for your team, and we can schedule an in-class presentation and vote that day.
Edit: We’ll have the class today, Tuesday, at 6:00 PM to 7/8 PM, to vote. We will meet one hour later so that you have some time to work with your group to prepare.
A few students are having trouble finding novels for the courses, especially Lucky Jim. I use Amazon or GMarket, but here are two other good Seoul-based English-language websites for ordering books:
http://whatthebook.com/ (has Lucky Jim) — their store is in Itaewon
http://bookinbooks.com/ — online only