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 ====== CM3303 Two Semester Individual Project ====== ====== CM3303 Two Semester Individual Project ======
  
-This is the main page for information about the 30 credit two-term final year module [[http://​handbooks.data.cardiff.ac.uk/​module/​CM3303.html|CM3303]].+This is the main page for information about the 30 credit two-semester ​final year project ​module [[http://​handbooks.data.cardiff.ac.uk/​module/​CM3303.html|CM3303]]
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 + * [[CM3303 Guide]]: The complete guide for CM3303 on a single page for printing/​saving as PDF.
  
 ===== Project Selection ===== ===== Project Selection =====
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   * [[Initial Plan]]: You must submit an initial plan (by the beginning of week 4 of the first semester, at most 2,000 words, worth 5%).   * [[Initial Plan]]: You must submit an initial plan (by the beginning of week 4 of the first semester, at most 2,000 words, worth 5%).
-  * [[Small Final Report]]: A final report must be submitted at the end of the second semester (by the end of week 12 of the second semester, at most 15,000 words, worth 95%)+  * [[CM3303 ​Final Report]]: A final report must be submitted at the end of the second semester (by the end of week 12 of the second semester, at most 15,000 words, worth 95%)
   * [[Project Viva]]: A project viva will take place after the exams for every final year project.   * [[Project Viva]]: A project viva will take place after the exams for every final year project.
   * [[Project Publication]]:​ Details about how to publish your project online in PATS.   * [[Project Publication]]:​ Details about how to publish your project online in PATS.
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 Your project supervisor will guide you on what it is reasonable to expect a project in your chosen topic to deliver. However, all projects are required to justify all decisions made at every stage of research and the development of appropriate deliverables,​ including the choice of approach. Your project supervisor will guide you on what it is reasonable to expect a project in your chosen topic to deliver. However, all projects are required to justify all decisions made at every stage of research and the development of appropriate deliverables,​ including the choice of approach.
  
 +  * {{ :​ethicsintro.pdf |Introduction to Ethical Rules and Procedures}}
   * General guides for writing reports:   * General guides for writing reports:
     * [[Gathering Material]]     * [[Gathering Material]]
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