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 ======T-513-LIFT: Living Technology, Fall 2015 ====== ======T-513-LIFT: Living Technology, Fall 2015 ======
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 ===== Basic Info ===== ===== Basic Info =====
  
-  * **Instructors: ** David Thue, Sam Rees, Lóa Auðunsdóttir+  * **Instructors: ** David Thue, Lóa Auðunsdóttir, Sam Rees
   * **Contact: ** David: Office at RU, Venus floor 2, telephone 599-6412, e-mail davidthue[ ]ru.is   * **Contact: ** David: Office at RU, Venus floor 2, telephone 599-6412, e-mail davidthue[ ]ru.is
 +  * **Contact: ** Lóa: loaauduns[ ]lhi.is
   * **Contact: ** Sam: samuelrees[ ]lhi.is    * **Contact: ** Sam: samuelrees[ ]lhi.is 
   * **Presentations and Discussions: ** Weekdays 13:00-15:00 **and** Friday Nov 27 9:00-12:00 (RU V307)   * **Presentations and Discussions: ** Weekdays 13:00-15:00 **and** Friday Nov 27 9:00-12:00 (RU V307)
-  * **Pitches and User Tests: ** First two Mondays 9:00-12:00 (RU V307)+  * **Pitches and User Tests: ** First two Monday mornings (RU V307)
   * **Project Work**   * **Project Work**
     * **(with Instructors on-hand): ** Weekdays: 15:00-17:00 (V307)     * **(with Instructors on-hand): ** Weekdays: 15:00-17:00 (V307)
     * **(largely independent work): ** Weekdays: 9:00-12:00 (RU V307/LHÍ campus)     * **(largely independent work): ** Weekdays: 9:00-12:00 (RU V307/LHÍ campus)
   * **Project Tracking Software: ** [[https://trello.com/|Trello]]   * **Project Tracking Software: ** [[https://trello.com/|Trello]]
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 ===== Description ===== ===== Description =====
  
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 ===== Project Work: Events & Deliverables ===== ===== Project Work: Events & Deliverables =====
  
-The term will consist of three major events. On “Pitch Day” (Monday Nov. 30, 10:00-12:00), each student team will present their game idea to the class and receive feedback from a panel of judges. On “Prototype Day” (Monday Dec. 7, morning), each student team will conduct an evaluation of a working prototype of their interactive experience with their peers as test participants.  On “Demo Day” (Tuesday Dec. 15, evening), each student team will present their finished demo and run a station where guests can play their game.+The term will consist of three major events. On “Pitch Day” (Monday Nov. 30, 10:00-12:00), each student team will present their project idea to the class and receive feedback from a panel of judges. On “Prototype Day” (Monday Dec. 7, morning), each student team will conduct an evaluation of a working prototype of their interactive experience with their peers as test participants.  On “Demo Day” (Tuesday Dec. 15, evening), each student team will present their finished demo and run a station where guests can experience what they created.
  
 During weeks 2 and 3 of classes (Nov. 30 to Dec. 11) each student team is expected to post brief daily progress updates using the course project tracking software. Each update is due by 7:00 on the weekday following the period of work covered (e.g., 7:00 on Wed for work done on Tue).  During weeks 2 and 3 of classes (Nov. 30 to Dec. 11) each student team is expected to post brief daily progress updates using the course project tracking software. Each update is due by 7:00 on the weekday following the period of work covered (e.g., 7:00 on Wed for work done on Tue). 
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 Before Prototype Day, each team is expected to write and submit a Testing Plan (due by 17:00 on Dec. 4). **NB**: Any team that fails to submit their Testing Plan on time will be eligible to receive at most half of the maximum grades for both the Test Plan and Prototype Day. Before Prototype Day, each team is expected to write and submit a Testing Plan (due by 17:00 on Dec. 4). **NB**: Any team that fails to submit their Testing Plan on time will be eligible to receive at most half of the maximum grades for both the Test Plan and Prototype Day.
  
-After Demo Day, each student is expected to write and submit a Post-Mortem that gives their personal account of working on their team’s game (due by 23:59 on Dec. 18). Late submissions of Post-Mortems will incur a penalty of 15% per day including weekends and holidays.+After Demo Day, each student is expected to write and submit a Post-Mortem that gives their personal account of working on their team’s project (due by 23:59 on Dec. 18). Late submissions of Post-Mortems will incur a penalty of 15% per day including weekends and holidays.
  
 ^Description^Material^Quantity^Due^Weight^ ^Description^Material^Quantity^Due^Weight^
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 =====Grading===== =====Grading=====
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 +For RU students, the table below will be used to calculate 100% of their grade for the 3-week course. For LHÍ students, the table below will be used to calculate a portion of the grade for their 5-week course at LHÍ.
  
 ^Part of Course^Total Weight^ ^Part of Course^Total Weight^
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