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Credit: Chang Zun Shi

Milestone 6: Project Check-In Meeting

Benjamin Xie & Gregory L. Nelson

Now that your project proposals are complete and we know what decision you want to inform and how, we'll want to meet with you to clarify questions and ensure you can see your project through. We will also provide you with guidelines of our expectations for you and this project. By the end of this meeting, we (the instructors) and you and your team should by on the same page regarding what needs to be done and how.

Step 1: Prepare for meeting with instructor

You'll want to schedule time (we'll send out a Doodle poll or equivalent) with the instructor who will mentor your project. Find a time where multiple team members (preferably all) can make.

Once you have scheduled your time, you'll want to do some preparation to ensure we use our time effectively. Come with ideas on how we can help you and your team. You may come with specific questions or concerns. To make this more concrete, come with at least one of each of the following:

Step 2: Meet with instructor

You will then meet with an instructor. The purpose of this meeting is to make the project and the expectations of the deliverable clear. Come on time and prepared.

Step 3: Write-up meeting notes

After you have met with your mentor/instructor, you'll want to archive the meeting notes for the rest of your teammates and for the future. Create a page in your GitHub wiki titled "Mentor Meeting Notes." In it, write the following notes:

Grading Criteria

This assignment is out of 2 points and you will submit it by pushing changes to you team GitHub repository:

Your shared GitHub space will be graded on the following scale: