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Design	  Research	  Methods	                 WS	  2009/10	                    Lecture	  9	         Léa-­‐Jeanne	  Sachot	 ...
Assignment:	  NonintenEonal	  Design	                         (weight:	  15%)	  	  Take	  5	  pictures	  of	  nonintenEona...
Research	  Project:	  ReporEng	  about	  your	  Experience	       • What	  did	  you	  do?	       • How	  did	  it	  go?	 ...
Research	  Project:	  “What	  to	  do	  with	  the	  results?”	  Data	  Analysis	  and	  InterpretaEon	  
• CounEng	  and	  comparing	  • Visualizing	  the	  data	  and	  analyzing	  • InterpreEng,	  answering	  research	  quesE...
Visualizing	  the	  Data	  20	  18	                                                                                       ...
Research	  Report	  	  The	  report	  should	  be	  wrifen	  in	  an	  essay	      form	  (2-­‐3	  pages)	  and	  include	...
Research	  Report	  Format	     • Write	  your	  Name,	  ID	  &	  Group	  on	  the	  right	  side	     on	  top	  of	  firs...
Research	  Project	  (Report)	                           (Weight	  40%)	               	   	         	  for	  ALL	  groups...
Revision	  Lecture	  Groups	  4,5,6:	  Monday	  14th	  of	  December	  Groups	  1,2,3:	  Wednesday	  16th	  of	  December	...
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  1. 1. Design  Research  Methods   WS  2009/10   Lecture  9   Léa-­‐Jeanne  Sachot   lea-­‐jeanne.sachot@guc.edu.eg  
  2. 2. Assignment:  NonintenEonal  Design   (weight:  15%)    Take  5  pictures  of  nonintenEonal  design  in  Cairo!    Format:  JPG,  with  your  name  and  ID    to  submit  via  memorysEck  only  (not  e-­‐mail!)                for  ALL  groups   Monday  14th  of  December  
  3. 3. Research  Project:  ReporEng  about  your  Experience   • What  did  you  do?   • How  did  it  go?   • What  did  you  find  out?   • What  did  you  learn?   • Any  quesEons?  Problems?  
  4. 4. Research  Project:  “What  to  do  with  the  results?”  Data  Analysis  and  InterpretaEon  
  5. 5. • CounEng  and  comparing  • Visualizing  the  data  and  analyzing  • InterpreEng,  answering  research  quesEons  • SelecEng  examples  • PresenEng  the  results/  reporEng    
  6. 6. Visualizing  the  Data  20  18   excellent  16   very  good  14  12   good  10   neither  good  or  bad   8   6   fair   4   poor   2   0   very  bad   excellent  very  good   good   neither   fair   poor   very  bad   good  or   bad  
  7. 7. Research  Report    The  report  should  be  wrifen  in  an  essay   form  (2-­‐3  pages)  and  include  the  following:   •  Titel   •  IntroducEon  about  the  topic  and  research   quesEon(s)   •  DescripEon  of  the  whole  research  process  and   experiences   •  Conclusion  about  the  results  of  the  research   or/and  suggesEons  for  further  research   •  A  copy  of  the  quesEonnaire  or  a  sample  of  a   think  aloud  protocol    
  8. 8. Research  Report  Format   • Write  your  Name,  ID  &  Group  on  the  right  side   on  top  of  first  page!     • Write  your  Code  Number  (check  the  list!!!)  on   the  lei  side  on  top  of  first  page!!!   • Use    12.  Times  New  Roman  or  Arial   • Insert  page  numbers  and  staple  your  pages!   • Check  grammar  and  spelling!!   • Print  your  report  with  black  ink  on  white  A  4   paper  
  9. 9. Research  Project  (Report)   (Weight  40%)        for  ALL  groups   Monday  14th  of  December  2009  LATE  ASSIGNMENTS  WILL  NOT  BE  ACCEPTED!!!  
  10. 10. Revision  Lecture  Groups  4,5,6:  Monday  14th  of  December  Groups  1,2,3:  Wednesday  16th  of  December  Please   check   all   the   lectures,   notes   and  handouts   BEFORE   the   revision   lecture,   so  that  you  can  clarify  any  quesEons!  
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