This is a general page about the Individual Project that’s part of the CS6440 course. Students will have a
The project is intended to help students enhance their individual “hands-on” skill that comes with practicing the use of the healthcare systems and tools. Students are required to complete the project for credit.
You will be allowed a maximum 20 attempts for each activity, so use them wisely. We will capture and use your best attempt/score. The goal is not to penalize you when you get a question wrong (at the first try), but to allow you the opportunity to think through the questions and respond appropriately. Additionally, this relieves a bit of anxiety that some may have when it comes to coding.
Below you can find a refined schedule that highlights the activity assignments. You can find the full course calendar and all of the course deliverables here.
A Note to Students
These activities, both required and optional, are to completed individually and independent of any type of outside sources (other than the lectures). You are not allowed to collaborate with other students or people outside the class on assignments – even if you are in a study group or thinking of working with your teammates. We take this very seriously and will run a plagiarism detector on all assignments. Additionally, we will be checking for suspicious activity (multiple failed attempts and then a great score). It is dishonorable for anyone found contributing to academic misconduct, so please avoid collaborating beyond what is allowed by the Georgia Tech Academic Honor Code. Even more specifically, you must not copy solutions verbatim from online resources (e.g., from students from any semester or course).
Additionally, if you happen to get stuck on an activity reach out to the instructors via private message in Ed Discussion or via Teams. The teaching team would be more than happy to help guide you.