Final Report & Presentations

The Final Report is intended to be your analysis of the entire course and a review of your various performances.  Describe the good and the bad and include your suggestions for students who will take the course next year. Be open and thorough.

During the final class period, each student will deliver a presentation wherein they demonstrate their completed A2J Guided Interview. This is a formal presentation, like one would give when delivering a project to a client. While a powerpoint presentation is not required, most students find that it is helpful. Your presentation should outline the justice problem your project aims to address, discuss any requirements asked for by the client, and demonstrate the final product’s ability to create a completed document. Students should wear professional dress and be prepared to field questions about their project from the class.

Sample Final Reports»

Sample Final Presentations»