CI2100 INFORMATION & PROJECT MANAGEMENT
ASSIGNMENT 1: TEAM PROJECT 2ersion 1.1
1. IMPORTANT DATES
The Set Day for this assignment is 9th February 2012. This assignment represents 65% of the total marks for this
module. The other 35% of marks will be awarded in the Final Test in May.
This coursework consists of several deliverables spread over 4 submission dates:
In-class presentation of the Project Proposal, to be delivered in your scheduled workshop session in the week
beginning on 20 February 2012.
Project Report, due as an on-line submission, by the time of your scheduled workshop session in the week
beginning on 19 March 2012.
One A2 size Project Poster, ...view middle of the document...
Such approval may be
only obtained if satisfactory evidence is provided that either an existing member of the team is consistently not
contributing to the team efforts, or other substantial condition occurred, like illness, student’s withdrawal etc.
At the moment, we are unable to accept team projects whose members would belong to two or more different
3. PROJECT PROPOSAL (10%)
Project proposals will be presented in class, during your normal workshop slot from 20 to 24 February. Your
submission should include:
Team composition (list of member names)
Short descriptive introduction (if needed)
Project Aims and Objectives – please use SMART approach
Major Deliverables – this should include final products or results to be produced
You are expected to produce the following:
Presentation slides to be used during the in-class demo, not longer than 4 slides (title, intro, aims/objectives,
deliverables). We recommend using Google Docs (http://docs.google.com) or other on-line tool that you will
be able to run during the session with no setup. You may also use PowerPoint, in this case bring your file on a
memory stick or e-mail it to yourself. Contact your Tutor in case you would like to use any other presentation
One page A4 hand-out, including the same information as the slides.
Wiki submission – your presentation or hand-out should be published electronically, in your Project Wiki,
within a week from the in-class demo.
The project presentation will be marked “on the spot”, based on t he quality of information provided, presentation
and handling questions. All attending team members will get the same mark.
Attendance is obligatory on the day of presentation.
4. PROJECT REPORT AND PROJECT REVIEW (75%)
Apart from in-class presentations, there are two major submissions, one of them due by the beginning of your
normal workshop slot from 19 to 23 March, and the other by 16 May (School of CIS common hand-in day).
They both include a number of smaller deliverables (please refer to Appendix A for details). Many of them are
optional, so you will have some degree of flexibility in choosing what you want to do, and also how you want to
spread deliverables over the two submissions. It is also entirely your decision how you want to share your w ork
among members of your team. It is not a requirement that you participate in every team’s submission. You may
work together, or delegate entire tasks to particular members of your team. It’s up to you!
A small number of deliverables are mandatory. It is the team’s mutual responsibility that these are submitted on
time and to a satisfactory standard. You can still delegate them to a smaller group of members, or to an individual,
but it would be unwise to leave it without any control and for the last minut e.
You are working together as a team, but your marks will be based on your...