In this module the groups will do a case study resulting in an oral presentation
with slides. On this page you find general requirements for both OS (1DT044) and
Details specific for the two courses can be found on the following pages:
- All members of the group must participate in preparing the presentation.
- The presentation should be in English.
- The presentation should be 20 to 25 minutes (not including questions and discussion).
- Every presentation will end with a discussion.
- You should prepare and use slides (Powerpoint, Google slides, Prezi or
- Each group should bring their own laptop to the presentation.
- All members of the group must talk during the presentation.
- Not all members of the group must talk for an equal amount of time.
- A few days before the presentation, make sure you can connect your laptop to the projector.
- If you need an adapter, contact Karl.
The first slide should include the following:
- Title of the presentation.
- Course name, course code and year (2020).
- Names of the group members participating in the presentation in alphabetical
The presentation should end with a list of all referenced material such as URLs
to websites, articles etc.
Each group will perform their presentation with other groups as and two
members of the teaching staff as audience.
- In the OS course the two groups will present for each other.
- In the OSPP course there are 8 groups in total. Groups A, B, C and D will
present for each other and groups E, F, G and H will present for each other.
During each presentations, one of the groups in the audience will be appointed
as opponents. The opponents:
- should gently inform the presenting group when there is:
- five minutes left of the presentation
- one minute left of the presentation.
- should listen actively during the presentation and takes notes to prepare
questions for the discussion
- are responsible for leading a five minute discussion after the presentation.
More details can be found in the module 6 lecture slides. Espically
see the slides for:
- A suggested project plan for the case study.