TEMPLATE and EXAMPLE
Example : Phase 1 Methodology section for a Civil Engineering Construction Project
Phase 1 Goal: Finalize per ODOT project locations and time frame
Phase 1 Name: Planning Phase 1 Duration: 1APR 2017-30Apr2017
Phase 1 Description: The goal for Key Engineering during Phase 1 of the proposed I-5 Infrastructure Retrofit project with the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) will be to finalize the locations for the Retrofit Project and to agree upon the time frame for its successful completion. Key Engineering, working with ODOT, will inspect and analyze existing data regarding road and bridge conditions, traffic patterns, and crash statistics along the I-5 corridor between Salem’s Keizer exit and the Albany Santiam exit. [Add specific details per step—especially who will do what when and where.] All information gathered will be analyzed by KEY Engineering and presented in at ODOT Headquarters, 335 Capitol Street NE, MS 11, Salem. Oregon, 97301. [Total recommended word count for a project description is 250 words.]
Phase 1 Steps/Dependencies Phase 1 Results/Deliverables
#1 Evaluate road and bridge conditions along Salem-to-Albany corridor #1 Finalize with ODOT Retrofit Project locations
#2 Evaluate traffic patterns and volume along Salem-to-Albany corridor #2 Finalize with ODOT Retrofit Project time frame for completion
#3 Evaluate crash statistics along Salem-to-Albany corridor
TEMPLATE and EXAMPLE
Example : Phase 2 Methodology section for a Cultural Anthropology Research Project
Phase 2 Goal: Record/Transcribe/Analyze Life History interviews with Tlingit/ Haida tribal members
Phase 2 Name: Interviews/Cultural Immersion Phase 2 Duration: 01Mar2017-01Sept2017
Phase 2 Description: In this phase, I propose to engage in participant observation research working through the Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska—at their Central Council headquarters in Juneau, AK. Working with the Central Council’s Community/Language Services division, which is dedicated to improving language transmission between generations and within families, I plan to conduct lifestyle/life history interviews among members of the existing Tlingit and Haida Study Groups. [Add specific details per step—especially who will do what when and where.] All interview content will be used for comparative analysis and compiled and presented as part of the Oregon State University panel discussion—currently scheduled as a part of the 77th Annual Program Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA)—to be held in Santa Fe, NM, March 28-April 1, 2017. [Total recommended word count for a project description is 250 words.]
Phase 2 Steps/Dependencies Phase 2 Results/Deliverables
#1 Participate in study group sessions #1 Recorded/Transcribed/Analyzed Life History interviews with members of the Tlingit Study Group, Juneau, AK
#2 Conduct life history interviews with focus-group members #2 Recorded/Transcribed/Analyzed Life History interviews with members of the Haida Study Group, Juneau, AK
#3 Assess tribal cultural functions in terms of age, status, gender, and genealogy
PLEASE NOTE: Examples are provided from 4 different projects and 4 different phases.
PLEASE ALSO NOTE: There is a section missing in the description section of each example, where details related to the 3 steps/dependencies must be inserted.
TEMPLATE and EXAMPLE
Example : Phase 3 Methodology section for a Hardware/Software Development Project
Phase 3 Goal: Complete System Integration testing for all 25 IWB devices
Phase 3 Name: System Integration Phase 3 Duration: 21Aug2016-28Aug2016
Phase 3 Description: The goal of this system integration phase will be for ZincInc engineers to install OSU operating system software and complete integration testing for all 25 Interactive White Board (IWB) devices located across select classrooms on the campus of Oregon State University. Integration is defined as the ability of the IWB to connect with OSU system databases—and with one another while in conference mode. [Add specific details per step—especially who will do what when and where.] Software provided by Snap Wall Inc. (Products and Services) of Elkridge, MD, will additionally be implemented/tested by ZincInc installation engineers; this software allows files to be directly uploaded to/downloaded from OSU web applications and databases. [Total recommended word count for a project description is 250 words.]
Phase 3 Steps/Dependencies Phase 3 Results/Deliverables
#1 Install OSU operating system software on 25 Interactive White Board (IWB) devices #1 OSU operating system software installed on all IWB devices
#2 Add IWBs to OSU Virtual Private Network (VPN), while completing defined integration test scenarios #2 All IWB devices synchronized with web applications and databases—Canvas, ONID, and Valley Library systems
#3 Synchronize IWBs with OSU’s Canvas, ONID, and Valley Library systems
TEMPLATE and EXAMPLE
Example : Phase 4 Methodology section for a Curriculum Development Project
Phase 4 Goal: Presentation and Approval of the Bioswale Curriculum and Site Maintenance Agreements
Phase 4 Name: Presentation/Program approval Phase 4 Duration: 01Mar2017-01Jun2017-
Phase 4 Description: The goal of the Phase 4 presentation/Program Launch will be presentation and approval of the Bioswale Curriculum and Site Maintenance Agreements by all three stakeholders: OSU’s Board of Trustees, OSU’s Biological & Ecological Engineering department, and OSU’s Baccalaureate Corp Committee. The Project’s final presentation lunchtime meeting is currently scheduled for Monday, May 15, 2017 in the Memorial Union Horizon Room on the Oregon State Campus. [Add specific details per step—especially who will do what when and where.] Additionally, the Corvallis Bioswales team will work with OSU Curriculum Proposal Archivist to ensure all relevant Bioswales Project documentation is preserved. [Total recommended word count for a project description is 250 words.]
Phase 4 Steps/Dependencies Phase 4 Results/Deliverables
#1 Bioswale Course Curriculum approval by both OSU Board of Trustees and BEE department #1 Corvallis Bioswales Team completes Program presentation/approval by the OSU Board of Trustees and OSU BEE (Biological & Ecological Engineering Department)
#2 Bioswale Course Curriculum approval by OSU’s Baccalaureate Core Committee #2 Corvallis Bioswales Team works with BEE Department to gain Bioswale Curriculum approval by OSU’s Baccalaureate Core Committee
#3 Bioswale site construction and maintenance agreement documents completed and archived

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