I will only do CR/NC grade option.
It is too difficult to assign a decimal grade to your work.
Download the contract from me (same as CSS website but with my name on it)
and fill it in:
CSS 497 Contract
DO NOT answer the questions in a separate document and attach the answers. Put answers directly with questions.
For the title,
make it descriptive, not too short.
For example, "Software Development" is a bad title, too vague.
Use something more detailed ... "Software Developer for a Compiler Tool -- CodeTest "
(Do not put the company name in the title.)
For the brief description, include a summary of the material
you put in question #1.
It should be a stand-alone clear description, but without the kind of detail you will put in your answer to question #1.
For question #1 , you're basically describing the project.
You may repeat material you already wrote in the brief description.
Everything should be self explanatory. Explain everything clearly. Assume I don't know anything.
-- First explain a bit about the company. What does the company do?
-- Then explain the project. How does what you're doing fit?
-- What is your project used for?
-- Imagine I'm asking questions about what you wrote, and put those answers in the contract.
For question #2 , pick out several (six, seven, ...) of the competencies that apply and write a sentence or two about each.
For question #4, list specific deliverables (for me).
You will have at least 4 reports in total for the 10 credits:
Report #1, Report #2, Report #3, Final Report.
Information on content of the reports.
Specific due dates are not critical. You can say "Week of x" as the due date
(where x is spread out over the time of your internship).
Also, be sure to include the abstract and poster/presentation (due the day of the colloquium).
For example (use correct dates for your internship):
Report #1     Due week of July 5
Report #2     Due week of July19
Report #3     Due week of Aug 9
Poster, Presentation       Due at Summer 2010 Colloquium
Final Report, Abstract     Due week of Aug 16
Another example -- if it spans more than one quarter:
Report #1     Due week of July 19
Report #2     Due week of Aug 16
Report #3     Due week of Oct 25
Poster, Presentation       Due at Autumn 2010 Colloquium
Final Report, Abstract     Due week of Dec 6
For question #6, include things like: