A Word document summarizing the team’s analysis and findings must be submitted by
Tuesday February 28th Deadline Extended! Sunday, March 5. The document must detail how the AI tools were used and whether they added value to different aspects of the data gathering, data preparation, and analysis. Your submission must include documentation of the prompts provided to the AI tool(s).
- Formatting requirements: double spaced lines, size 12 font, APA format without an abstract.
- Content requirements (narrative of overall analysis/findings to not exceed 5 pages in length, excluding the title page, references, and the appendix):
- A title page which specifies the name of the participants and the topic chosen (does not contribute to the total page count)
- An executive summary
- Narrative of overall analysis/findings (tables and graphics that support the analysis can be included here, or in the appendix. If referencing tables and graphics in the overall analysis/findings section, please include a reference to where this can be found in the appendix. Including tables/graphics in the narrative of the overall analysis/findings contributes to the total page count)
- References (APA format, does not contribute to the total page count)
- Appendix (does not contribute to the total page count)
- List of prompts that the team submitted to the AI tool(s)
- A video recording of the team presentation summarizing their analysis and findings must be submitted by
Tuesday February 28th Deadline Extended! Sunday, March 5.
- Video length must not exceed 10 minutes
- Provide an URL to the video with appropriate authorization for viewing access
Finalists will be notified by
Tuesday, March 7 th Friday, March 10 and will be required to submit a PowerPoint presentation summarizing the team’s analysis and findings by March 28th, in preparation for a 10–15-minute presentation in front of a judging panel at the AIS (Association for Information Systems) SCLC on March 30th.