James Madison University, Spring 2017 Semester
Group presentation on May 1st in ISAT/CS 246.
Your final project will be evaluated in two ways:
- By the instructor for your GP6 grade (using the rubric below)
- By a panel of Apps4VA judges (see Evaluator Guidelines)
Each team will have eight minutes to present their work: five for demonstration, two for Q&A, and one for transition. The presentation should involve all group members—don't just let one person do most of the talking. Be sure to answer the following questions:
- What is the specific educational research problem addressed in your project?
- What are the main features of your application? Who are the primary users?
- What have you discovered or learned from the data using your application?
- What improvements to education might be expected as a result of your work?
- What future work have you identified? What data would make this possible?
Do NOT prepare slides unless absolutely necessary (please check with the instructor in that case). Most of the presentation should be an interactive demo of your application and discussion of the results you found in the data. All teams will use the same computer (at the podium) and run their app directly from the apps4va.cs.jmu.edu site.
Functionality (20 pts)
|_____ / 10 pts||Meets requirements|
|_____ / 10 pts||Efficient and elegant|
Presentation (20 pts)
|_____ / 10 pts||Solid demonstration|
|_____ / 10 pts||Thoughtful discussion|
Feedback (10 pts)
|_____ / 10 pts||Client meeting report|