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= Milestones, Benchmarks, and Deliverables =
= Milestones, Benchmarks, and Deliverables =
As you work on your project, you will be required to present periodic reports on your progress. We call these Milestones. All the items assigned in each Milestone are called deliverables. These deliverables often consist of a combination of written submissions, presentations, and demonstrations.
As you work on your project, you will be required to present periodic reports on your progress. We call these Milestones. All of the items assigned in each phase of the project are called Benchmark deliverables. These deliverables often consist of a combination of written submissions, presentations, and demonstrations. Benchmark assessments evaluate the progress of your project.


== Preliminary Design Investigation ==
== Preliminary Design Investigation ==
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*Relevant Pictures
*Relevant Pictures


An example PDI template can be found [[Media:VEX_PDI_Template.docx|here]]. <b>The PDI is due by Benchmark A.</b> Do not forget to include the items listed above. Use this link to access the [https://drive.google.com/file/d/19HfGReMsHbxwu1VY3nKWUVbWrDzL8wf8/view VEX PDI Rubric].
An example PDI template can be found [[Media:MRR_PDI_Template_1004.docx|here]]. <b>The PDI is due by Benchmark A.</b> Do not forget to include the items listed above. Use this link to access the [[Media:VEX_PDI_Rubric.docx|VEX PDI Rubric]].

Latest revision as of 19:38, 17 October 2022

Milestones, Benchmarks, and Deliverables

As you work on your project, you will be required to present periodic reports on your progress. We call these Milestones. All of the items assigned in each phase of the project are called Benchmark deliverables. These deliverables often consist of a combination of written submissions, presentations, and demonstrations. Benchmark assessments evaluate the progress of your project.

Preliminary Design Investigation

The Preliminary Design Investigation (PDI) is extremely important, as it lays the groundwork for your project. You will be outlining your project idea, inspiration, and goals.

The PDI must include:

  • Cover Page
  • Project Overview
  • Goals & Objectives
  • Design & Approach
  • Cost Estimate
  • Project Schedule
  • Relevant Pictures

An example PDI template can be found here. The PDI is due by Benchmark A. Do not forget to include the items listed above. Use this link to access the VEX PDI Rubric.