A short presentation of the project (15-20 minutes), with some form of handout, should be presented to the faculty supervisor, mentor and other students (if possible). The student is responsible for scheduling an appointment during the designated week to give the presentation. The presentation should be an overview of your project. It should discuss some background about the topic and how your project has evolved over the semester given your research and feedback from the faculty mentor and supervisor. If a product prototype has been developed (e.g. a mobile app) this must be demonstrated as part of the presentation.
A short 1-2 page analysis of how you did or did not meet the timeline for the plan, what was harder/easier than expected, what “gaps” you felt there were in your undergraduate program which may have impacted your performance on the project, and what you learned from the project.
The retrospective document must start with a section called Highlights. It consists of a short collection of bullet points that convey the core findings or contributions of your thesis. Include 3 to 5 bullet points (maximum 20 words per bullet point).
In addition, you are expected to discuss the following points:
- Have you told readers (let’s assume you would share you thesis with your future boss or co-workers) what they might gain by reading your thesis? Provide a concise summary here.
- Have you explained the significance of your contribution? What are they?
- Have you addressed the question of practicality and usefulness? Provide your reflections.
- Can you identify several future developments that may result from your work?
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