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FYP Project Submission

  
 
 WHERE AND WHEN TO SUBMIT YOUR FYP
 ALL PROJECT EXCEPT FYP VIDEOS
 
 
The deadline is 4pm on Thursday 29 March 2018 but we will be collecting FYPs from 10.00am on that day. 

 Reports are to be submitted to:
 - Wee Kim Wee Student Services Centre (Discussion Room outside WKW Student Services Centre on level 4).

 The other submissions should be done online.
 - Archival Submission via DR-NTU (Library)
 - Turnitin via NTULearn (Plagiarism Checker)

 Not all group members have to be present for the submission, but a representative of each group has to
 endorse the FYP 
submission with a signature.

 Please refer to the detailed overall checklist for the submission.
 FYP 2018_Submission Checklist_All Projects except Videos.pdfFYP 2018_Submission Checklist_All Projects except Videos.pdf

 FYP VIDEOS ONLY
 
 
The deadline is 4pm on Thursday 29 March 2018 but we will be collecting FYPs from 10.00am on that day.

 Reports are to be submitted to:
 - Wee Kim Wee Student Services Centre (Discussion Room outside WKW Student Services Centre on level 4).

 FYP Video Archival Submision:
 - WKWSCI Tech Team (B1-08)

 The other submissions should be done online:
 - Archival Submission via DR-NTU (Library)
 - Turnitin via NTULearn (Plagiarism Checker)
 - Appendices submission via Google docs or Dropbox and show the link clearly in the report for accessing 
   the apendices.

 - VIMEO/YouTube: Each group is required to upload their video to VIMEO/YouTube and show the link clearly in 
   the report 
for accessing the video. The videos are not to be edited after the 29 March submission.

 Not all group members have to be present for the submission, but a representative of each group has to
 endorse the FYP 
submission with a signature.submission with a signature.

 Please refer to the detailed overall checklist for the submission.
 FYP 2018_Submission Checklist_FYP Video only.pdfFYP 2018_Submission Checklist_FYP Video only.pdf

 SUBMISSION OF HARDCOPY TO WEE KIM WEE STUDENT SERVICES CENTRE
 You will have to submit three copies of your FYP - one copy for the supervisor and two for moderators.

 The front cover of each FYP report and all supporting documents should include the following information:
 - The NTU logo
 - Project Title
 - Project ID
 - Full Names and Matriculation Numbers of all group members
 - Name of supervisor (You do not need to include moderators' names)
 - For written reports, use ring binding with a clear, plastic cover and a card backing. Bundle the reports together
   and the 
UG team will distribute them to the moderators.UG team will distribute them to the moderators.
 IF YOU ARE LATE

 
The penalty for late submissions is to deduct 5 points per day late; the weekend will count as two days. Groups
 who 
submit their media on time and re-submit new copies after the deadline are subject to the late policy. The
 late penalty 
may be waived in the event of serious illness, bereavement, or other events beyond the students'
 control. The FYP 
committee, in consultation with the FYP supervisor, will approve any waivers and set a later 
 deadline.

 TURNITIN SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
 - Submit the report. Appendices need not be submitted.
 - For projects like feature writing and scripts that can be submitted in text files, submit both the report and the
   the text 
files (e.g., the feature articles).
 - Though you may resubmit in Turnitin up until the due date, make sure the last submission is the final version 
   of the 
report that is also submitted as hard copies.
 - Your FYP supervisor will examine the last submission from a member of your group and see if there is
   plagiarism in that, 
using the detailed report that the software generates and her own judgment about material
   the software flags as a match.

 - Only one member needs to submit the material in TurnItIn for the group. If multiple members submit drafts, the 
   supervisor 
will examine the last one submitted.
 - The software is programmed to ignore material in quotation marks and bibliographic entries.
 - There is no magical percentage of matching content that is allowed. A quick look at the projects submitted so 
   far shows 
that most have between 0-2% matching material.