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Research Methods and Project Planning (F21RP)

2018 Schedule  : Location: EM 1.82

Classes: wednesdays 14.15 - 17.15

NOTE: schedule is subject to change! ( * = confirmed)

Week 1,   wed 10 January
2.15 Course Introduction and Overview (Lemon): 30 mins  *
2.45-4.15 Literature Review (Rachel  Whittington) - search 1 hour, referencing 30 mins   
    
Week 2,    wed 17 January
2.15: Project Planning and Scheduling (Hastie)  
3.15 Tutorial: Project planning exercise (Hastie)   
4.15: Experimental Design and Statistical Methods (Lemon) *

Week 3,  wed 24 January
2.15- 4.15  Technical writing (Gabbay) *
4.15     Tutorial: Experimental Design Exercise (Lemon)  *

Week 4,  wed 31 Jan
2.15:    Introduction to Evaluation (McNeill)   *
3.15:   Tutorial: Evaluation Exercise (Lemon)  * 

Week 5,  wed 7 Feb
2.15   Professional, Legal, and Ethical Issues (Taylor) *
3.15:  Professional, Legal, and Ethical Issues (Taylor) *
4.15:  Professional, Legal, and Ethical Issues (Taylor) *

Week 6: 14th Feb 
2.15: Usability Design (Michaelson)    *
3.15  Attribution and Collaboration (Michaelson) *  
4.15  Tutorial: Attribution and Collaboration Exercise (Lemon) *

Week 7 : 21 Feb
onwards: write your Research Report, and meet with your project supervisor
NO CLASSES
 

Week 10 : 14 March
Wednesday  2.15 - 4.15 : Technical Writing -- peer assessment session (Lemon) 

NOTE: You must attend the class with a draft of your research report (minimum 10 pages long), which will be assessed by your peers.
 

Final Deadline:      Thursday   5th  APRIL 2018:       6pm UK time         Deliverable:  Research Report 

- Submit pdf online using Vision (file must be less than 20 MB) 


You must use this style or else agree a different style with your project supervisor.

A Latex template for an MSc thesis is attached to this page (see list of attachments below).
There is a free online latex system at https://www.overleaf.com/
You can also download latex for free for linux, mac, and windows at http://latex-project.org/ftp.html

Seminars: https://sites.google.com/site/csresearchseminarsathwu/ (MSc students are expected to attend CS Seminars)

Important: read the student guide to plagiarism

** Note:  you need to score 45% or above on this course to be permitted to continue to the full MSc dissertation **


Poster design in Powerpoint: video

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Oliver Lemon,
Sep 16, 2013, 1:54 AM
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Oliver Lemon,
Jan 16, 2015, 3:51 AM
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