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Exam

The exam consists of a presentation of the team project, designed and developed during the course, and an oral discussion on the same topic.
Each group is required to:

  • put and mantain the source code related to its project in the assigned Git repository (https://github.com/AmI-2019);
  • create, and properly update, a GitHub Pages website associated to the project repository, by following the instructions available at https://pages.github.com/ (see the "Project site" section); the website must be easy to navigate and well structured.

The project website MUST contain:

  • the two required deliverables (see below), according to the following (strict!) deadlines;
  • a video of the project, realized following this guide; the video must be prepared for the exam (see the video in the examples section, below).

Important dates and deliverables:

  • 17/03 submit initial ideas and preliminary group composition (on the shared Google doc);
  • 18/03 discussion on groups and project ideas;
  • 24/03 submit final group composition (on the shared Google doc);
  • 31/03 creation of the project website (via GitHub Pages) and deadline for the first deliverable (i.e., vision and goal - see the set of slides "AmI Design Process"); the contents of the deliverable must be present in the website according to this checklist [PDF] [DOCX];
  • 01/04 check of the first deliverable with the students (in LADISPE);
  • 28/04 deadline for the second deliverable (i.e., system features and architecture - see the set of slides "AmI Design Process"); the content of the deliverable must be present in the website according to this checklist [PDF];
  • 29/04 check of the second deliverable with students (in LADISPE).

Exam rules

(extracted from the set of slides "Introduction to the course")

The team project (repository and website) must be ready for evaluation three working days before the exam.

The exam will consist of two parts:

  • oral presentation (by using PowerPoint slides or similar) and demonstration (max 20 minutes)
  • discussion (5 minutes)

Contributions by each person should emerge in the entire project presentation (e.g., by dividing the oral presentation in parts).

Next exams with deadlines:

  • 24/07/2019, h. 09:00, LADISPE
    • remember to enroll at the exam, by 22/07/2019, on the Portale della Didattica;
    • project must be ready for evaluation on GitHub on 22/07/2019 by 14:00;
    • specify which materials you need to be available at the exam (if any), via Slack at the teachers (#discussion channel), by the 22/07/2019;
    • (optional) to avoid last minute problems, you may want to try the presentation and the demo on 23/07/2019 from 14:30 to 18:00, at the LADISPE.
  • 17/09/2019, h. 09:00, LADISPE
    • remember to enroll at the exam, by 05/09/2019, on the Portale della Didattica;
    • project must be ready for evaluation on GitHub on 05/09/2019 by 14:00;
    • specify which materials you need to be available at the exam (if any), via Slack at the teachers (#discussion channel), by the 05/09/2019;
    • (optional) to avoid last minute problems, you may want to try the presentation and the demo on xx/xx/2019 from 14:30 to 18:00, at the LADISPE.

Examples