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Presentation and Group Project

In 2011 we are introducing a group wiki project to explore social and professional issues affecting computing scientists. Each student must contribute to the group wiki, and give a presentation at their tutorial after the mid-semester break on their topic.

All information about this assessment is available via Succeed. You should have been assigned to a wiki group topic, and have access to building your group wiki.

The Issues group wiki and accompanying presentation are module requirements. If you do not contribute to the group wiki and give a presentation you will receive No Grade for the module. This rule may be relaxed for students who can show good cause for failure to submit. ‘Good cause’ may include illness (for which a medical certificate or other evidence will be required).

You are encouraged to prepare a PowerPoint presentation for your topic. The presentation is not assessed.

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