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2013 Computing Projects Showcase (Colour) By Paul Dowland
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This book contains posters from the 2013 Computing Projects Showcase, which provides a key opportunity for Plymouth’s computing students to showcase and discuss their project ideas with a wider... More > audience. The project is a big part of our computing programmes. It contributes one third of the credits students can earn in their final year of study, and it is essential for those wanting to complete an honours degree. The project is very much an individual effort, and most of the time students work alone developing their designs and implementations. As such, the Showcase is a great opportunity for students to talk about their work to an audience beyond their supervisor and second marker. The posters presented in this book provide a summary of the projects and were the basis for discussions during the Showcase itself. While they cannot hope to convey the full extent of the students’ activities and achievements they do provide a means of encapsulating something of their efforts into a permanent record.< Less
2013 Computing Projects Showcase (B&W) By Paul Dowland
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This book contains posters from the 2013 Computing Projects Showcase, which provides a key opportunity for Plymouth’s computing students to showcase and discuss their project ideas with a wider... More > audience. The project is a big part of our computing programmes. It contributes one third of the credits students can earn in their final year of study, and it is essential for those wanting to complete an honours degree. The project is very much an individual effort, and most of the time students work alone developing their designs and implementations. As such, the Showcase is a great opportunity for students to talk about their work to an audience beyond their supervisor and second marker. The posters presented in this book provide a summary of the projects and were the basis for discussions during the Showcase itself. While they cannot hope to convey the full extent of the students’ activities and achievements they do provide a means of encapsulating something of their efforts into a permanent record.< Less
2014/15 Computing Projects Showcase (Colour) By Paul Dowland
Paperback: $24.82
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This book contains 80 posters from the 2014 & 2015 Computing Projects Showcases, which provide a key opportunity for Plymouth’s computing students to showcase and discuss their project... More > ideas with a wider audience. The project is a big part of our computing programmes, it contributes one third of the credits students can earn in their final year of study, and it is an essential for those wanting to complete an honours degree. The project is very much an individual effort, and most of the time students work alone developing their designs and implementations. As such, the Showcase is a great opportunity for students to talk about their work to an audience beyond their supervisor and second marker. The posters presented in this book provide a summary of the projects and were the basis for discussions during the Showcase itself. While they cannot hope to convey the full extent of the students’ activities and achievements they do provide a means of encapsulating something of their efforts into a permanent record.< Less
2014/15 Computing Projects Showcase (B&W) By Paul Dowland
Paperback: $5.82
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This book contains 80 posters from the 2014 & 2015 Computing Projects Showcases, which provide a key opportunity for Plymouth’s computing students to showcase and discuss their project... More > ideas with a wider audience. The project is a big part of our computing programmes, it contributes one third of the credits students can earn in their final year of study, and it is an essential for those wanting to complete an honours degree. The project is very much an individual effort, and most of the time students work alone developing their designs and implementations. As such, the Showcase is a great opportunity for students to talk about their work to an audience beyond their supervisor and second marker. The posters presented in this book provide a summary of the projects and were the basis for discussions during the Showcase itself. While they cannot hope to convey the full extent of the students’ activities and achievements they do provide a means of encapsulating something of their efforts into a permanent record.< Less
2011 Computing Projects Fair (Colour) By Paul Dowland et al.
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This book contains 143 posters and photographs from the 2011 Computing Projects Fair, which provides a key opportunity for Plymouth’s computing students to showcase and discuss their project... More > ideas with a wider audience. The project is a big part of our computing programmes. It contributes one third of the credits students can earn in their final year of study, and it is an essential for those wanting to complete an honours degree. The posters presented in this book provide a summary of the projects and were the basis for discussions during the Fair itself. While they cannot hope to convey the full extent of the students’ activities and achievements they do provide a means of encapsulating something of their efforts into a permanent record.< Less
2012 Computing Projects Fair (Colour) By Paul Dowland & Steven Furnell
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This book contains 168 posters and photographs from the 2012 Computing Projects Fair, which provides a key opportunity for Plymouth’s computing students to showcase and discuss their project... More > ideas with a wider audience. The project is a big part of our computing programmes. It contributes one third of the credits students can earn in their final year of study, and it is an essential for those wanting to complete an honours degree. The posters presented in this book provide a summary of the projects and were the basis for discussions during the Fair itself. While they cannot hope to convey the full extent of the students’ activities and achievements they do provide a means of encapsulating something of their efforts into a permanent record.< Less
2011 Computing Projects Fair (B&W) By Paul Dowland et al.
Paperback: $11.95
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This book contains 143 posters and photographs from the 2011 Computing Projects Fair, which provides a key opportunity for Plymouth’s computing students to showcase and discuss their project... More > ideas with a wider audience. The project is a big part of our computing programmes. It contributes one third of the credits students can earn in their final year of study, and it is an essential for those wanting to complete an honours degree. The posters presented in this book provide a summary of the projects and were the basis for discussions during the Fair itself. While they cannot hope to convey the full extent of the students’ activities and achievements they do provide a means of encapsulating something of their efforts into a permanent record.< Less
2012 Computing Projects Fair (B&W) By Paul Dowland & Steven Furnell
Paperback: $12.30
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This book contains 168 posters and photographs from the 2012 Computing Projects Fair, which provides a key opportunity for Plymouth’s computing students to showcase and discuss their project... More > ideas with a wider audience. The project is a big part of our computing programmes. It contributes one third of the credits students can earn in their final year of study, and it is an essential for those wanting to complete an honours degree. The posters presented in this book provide a summary of the projects and were the basis for discussions during the Fair itself. While they cannot hope to convey the full extent of the students’ activities and achievements they do provide a means of encapsulating something of their efforts into a permanent record.< Less