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Final Project Presentation Information
- As a reminder, if you’re coming in person, we have been moved to Emerson 210 for this last class meeting.
- For submitting your final project presentations, please submit this form before Monday 5/13 at 4pm. This is just for the presentation portion of your final project. [https://forms.cs50.io/c5bb7386-3500-4141-81b5-b8a1a10afe3a]
- Final project presentations should run about 3 minutes, though going over by a little bit is OK. Your presentation should include an introduction to your project. If your total time (presentation and playing of your project run over 5 minutes, you are going too long)
4/10/2019 - We have fixed the final project timeline. We moved the due date for the third checkpoint (draft) to May 6th, which gives an extra week from the previous version of the specification. Download the new Final Project Specification here or from the assignments page.
3/27/2019 - The Final Project’s due dates have been added to the Assignments and Projects page. Before just the final due date was listed. There are 3 checkpoints along the way, see the final project specification for details.
03/25/2019 - Due to some scheduling conflicts, we will be moving the Basic Audio Production and Sound Design lecture from Monday 4/08 to Wednesday 4/03 at 5:50pm in the Cinema. We will record and stream the lecture in the usual ways, you can watch after the fact if you cannot join live. The syllabus and lecture pages have been updated.
01/29/2019 - Hello class! We have updated the syllabus with information about our course recordings. You will be asked to acknowledge that you’ve read the information on the first assignment’s form for submission. Please email us if you have any questions.
01/19/2019 - Greetings class! We are excited to meet you and start exploring digital media with you. We are releasing a “Week 0” viewing and assignment. We hope that you have time to watch the linked videos before the first lecture and complete the assignment portion before the first class meeting on 1/28.