The proposal for the second is due March 26th, and the final talk or demo must be done before classes end; papers, reviews, and stories may be submitted before the end of the scheduled exam (April 30th, at 9:45 AM).
Please make sure to look at the discussion of co-operation on projects and plagiarism.
If you are doing an in-class presentation, your proposal should also include a suggested date for a practice talk with Dr. Goldsmith. Leave time for additional practices, if Dr. Goldsmith believes they are necessary.
The usual applies: plagiarism, copying, or working together without
crediting each other will be punished to the fullest extent of university
regulations; homeworks due in class will not be accepted after class
begins. If this is a problem, they may be submitted before class.
Late homeworks accepted only with the usual documentation for illness
or family crisis, or in the case of documented hardware failures.
Always back up your work, if possible to another machine or system.