Cis 101 team_projectguidelines_fall_11

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Cis 101 team_projectguidelines_fall_11

  1. 1. CIS101 Final Team Project and Presentation GuidelinesAs a final project for CIS101, you will team up with other students to produce a Web sitecombining what you have learned about XHTML, CSS and Programming. Each teamwill present their final project to the class during the time scheduled for the final exam.The team project will provide students with an exciting opportunity to learn more abouttheir learning theme; while gaining skills in team-building, project management andpresentation skills. Try to choose a topic that interests you so that you can enjoy theexperience.  CIS 101 class will form teams of three to four (Week 3)  Each team will forward the following details to your Professor (Week 4): o Topic chosen in your Theme / Learning Community area; o Names & E-mail addresses of team members; and o Individual responsibilities for each team member.  Each team will present a brief PowerPoint presentation on the topic chosen, which is subject to critique and approval, by the Professor (Week 9).  Team project submitted in hard copy and also (Week 13). Deliverables include: o Four page group written document on you chosen subject (excluding Names, Title and References). 1 ½ line spacing; o Completed Web site consisting of at least one Web page per team member, with at least three links to other team-created pages, images, links to external sites, link to customer support and at least one programming concept; uploaded to your Web Space on the PACE web server. o WebCam Video/ PodCast / describing your Group Project uploaded to YouTube with a link back to your web page  Final team presentation (Week 14). Every student will present in class. Good Luck!

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