Document your site or experience.
Documentation understood as document is any communicable material (such as text, video, audio, etc., or a combination thereof) used to explain some attributes of an object, system or procedure. (Wikipedia)
Consider the feedback received Tuesday while presenting your observation. Use the documentation stage to learn as much about your observation as possible. What method of documentation or presentation is appropriate for your observation? What tone of voice fits both you and the observation?
Present your observation so that your classmates and myself can understand what you have learned. Consider these concepts as part of your documentation:
At the conclusion of your presentation, tell us five words that describe your site or your experience. You are looking for words that are descriptive. For example: large, invisible, colorful, dark, hidden, lost.
Meet at Market House at 9 a.m. to present your documentation. We will project them in digital form within a 1024×768 (or scalable) size. Take about five minutes to present, so we can follow with a discussion.