This pages lists our projects for the term, and provides all of the project descriptions and starting files you’ll need to complete them. Submission is via CourseWeb.
Microsoft Word Capstone
Our first project covers the features ofMicrosoft Word 2010 . It is in three parts. The project description and starting files are listed below:
Please make sure you attach all of the required files to the same submission. If you need to resubmit for any reason, you must attach all files again. All submissions are due to CourseWeb by Tuesday 5 February 2013 at 11:59pm EST.
Microsoft Excel Capstone
Our second project covers the features ofMicrosoft Excel 2010 . It is in three parts. The project description and starting files are listed below:
- PROJECT 2 DESCRIPTION
- Car Fuel Logging — Analyzing trends in fuel economy and prices over time.
- Computus of Easter — Compute the date of Easter for an arbitrary year.
- Crossword Checking — Create an interactive self-checking crossword puzzle game.
Please make sure you attach all of the required files to the same submission. If you need to resubmit for any reason, you must attach all files again. All submissions are due to CourseWeb by Thursday 28 February 2013 at 11:59pm EST.
Microsoft PowerPoint Capstone
Our third project covers the features ofMicrosoft PowerPoint 2010 . It is in two parts. The project description is listed below:
- PROJECT 3 DESCRIPTION
- Developing a Cohesive Presentation — Tell a story creatively and effectively with PowerPoint.
- Delivering a Compelling Narrative — Hone our basic presentation skills.
All submissions are due to CourseWeb by Tuesday 26 March 2013 at 11:59pm EDT. Individual presentations will be held by appointment on Thursday 28 and Friday 29 March 2013 in Sennott Square 6516. Appointments will be handled through an online sign-up form.
Appointment slots will be chosen by students on a first come, first served basis. The online sign-up form will open
on Friday 22 March 2013 at 10:00am EDT and close on Tuesday 26 March 2013 at 11:59pm EDT. If, when you log in, you find that youabsolutely cannotattend any time slot which remains, email the instructor immediately to make alternate arrangements.
Please plan to arrive 5 to 10 minutes early for your appointment. We must strictly adhere to our schedule out of respect to those with later time slots. Any student who is 5 or more minutes late for his or her appointment (barring extenuating circumstances as described in the course syllabus) will be treated as a no-show and will receive no credit for the second part of this project.
Microsoft Access Capstone
Our fourth and final project covers the features ofMicrosoft Access 2010 . You only need to make one database file for this project, but there are several components corresponding to the various types of objects in Access. The project description and starting files are listed below:
- PROJECT 4 DESCRIPTION
- Structuring the Database — Designing tables to hold customer and account information.
- Simplifying the Tellers’ Job — Creating a simple query to look up accounts, as well as a form to modify account data.
- Seeming Productive with Reports — Running reports to summarize the data and glean useful information from it.
All submissions are due to CourseWeb by Sunday 21 April 2013 at 11:59pm EDT.
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Category: Capstone project