Poster Presentation

Final Reflection
Reflection 1

My experience with group work has never been too bad. I've been fortunate enough to have been in groups where people care enough to contribute as much as they can, but I do know of some pretty bad group collaboration stories. Whenever I've been in groups, I've somehow been one of the main contributors, which I don't mind. There were a few times where I had to do some extra work because someone failed to  do their own part, but I anticipated that from the start so I wasn't too surprised.

Reflection 2

Reflection 3

Ideally, I would want the final poster to look well organized as well as grammatically correct and appealing to the viewer. Based on what we have done now, I think there is some depth missing from some of the sections. The overall layout is nice and flows nicely but the actual content is what should be perfect. Our poster looks similar to the examples showed in class, which is reassuring but I know there could be some things added to it.

Reflection 4
This group work wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. We all had really good ideas and didn't bump heads when proposing new ideas or methods. The project itself wasn't too bad. Our poster ended up being a bit smaller but the content itself was good. Even though there were other groups that shared the same topic, it was interesting to see how each group presented it differently.


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