The teams distribution can be found here: Student’s distribution
–Each team is asked to prepare a presentation of maximum 10 slides (excluding title slide, names and “thank you” slide, if inserted).
–The presentations are to be sent in PowerPoint presentation format (.pptx) to email@example.com with the topic title in email subject before Wednesday 10th April 2019 -23:59.
–Two presentations will be held each lecture starting from Sunday 15th April; each presentation should take no more than 10 min.
–As a general rule, the presentations should be based on pictures, graphs and diagrams rather than text. A maximum of 6 lines, each of 6 words, per slide is preferred whenever possible.
–The teams distribution can be found attached. Changing your team is not permitted.
–Suggested readings for the topics can be found here
- For Soft gelatin capsules
Aulton’s Textbook 6th Ed: Soft capsule chapter
Aulton’s Textbook 6th Ed: Coating chapter
–The presentations will be graded out of 5 (Note that each quiz will be out of 5).
–1 mark for submission of the presentation within the deadline; a penalty of ½ mark will be applied for every day after the due date.
–1 mark for the evaluation of the presentation submitted.
–1.5 mark for the performance on stage.
–1.5 marks for paper-based examination for each member of the team. The questions should be answered based on the presentation submitted by the team.
Frequently asked questions
- Q- How many students should make the live presentation?
–This is up to you, but due to time constrain, we recommend 1-3 students to take on this job.
- Q- I do not know most of the team members I belong to and I want to work with my friends!!
–Upon graduation, you will not be able to pick up your working mates. Consider this a rehearsal for this stage. Moreover, consider this as nice opportunity to deal with some colleagues you probably have not dealt with before.
- Q- Well, usually 2-3 students only will do the job and the rest will depend on them
–This is expected! We believe those 2-3 students will get the most benefit. However, the paper-based evaluation is set to make sure all team members are well-oriented with the presentation.
- Q- Should I make my presentation based only on the material suggested?
–No, this is just a guidance. We believe this is a valuable source to use, but we highly recommend variation in the sources and enrichment of your presentation with pictures of machines and products from industry and life.
- Q- Should I print the presentation?
–No, this is not required. Presentations should be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org before Wednesday 10th April 23:59. This is Wednesday following the midterm exams week.
- Q- How will the paper-based evaluation be carried out?
–Based on the PowerPoint file submitted, a brief exam will be set and each member of the team will take this exam directly after the presentation. This paper-based exam makes 2 out 5 marks of the presentation