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Revision as of 21:20, 21 October 2012

Contents

Intro

This is the tidy and bare-bones version of the initial questions framework from the 2012-13 GRAND Assessment Framework . The framework starts with the assumption that the group research project involves practical game design, and continues by asking the most significant over-arching questions.

Stakeholders

  • Who are the stakeholders in this project?
    • ethical
    • financial
    • institutional
    • personal

Expectations

What are the minimum commitments to be met for this project to be considered practical, ethical, and academic research from the perspective of external sponsoring stakeholders?

  • What needs to be documented?
  • What needs to be practically implemented?
  • What deadlines need to be met?
  • What ethical standard does the sponsoring stakeholder expect the project to adhere to?

Who is included within the project's internal formal or informal contracts?

    • Who is allowed/expected to contribute to the project?

Resources

  • What is the amount of time allotted for completion?
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