Exploring our Foods
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2013w Project Theme: Traditional Foods
The theme for this year's project is traditional foods, long-established foods.
Some obvious traditional foods may include bread, wine, kimchi (in Korean culture), carbonated beverages (in American culture), and soy products (in Asian culture). Feel free to explore many other options. If your team really prefer to work on a non-traditional food, just discuss your options with me.
Team project guidelines: File:FNH 200 Team Project Guideline 2014.pdf
2013W Team Project Topics
As of April 20, they are finally completed! Read them below.
|Team #||Potential Project Area(s)|
|Team 01||Alcohol, ethanol, CH3CH2OH, (E.g. beer, wine)|
|Team 04||Peanut Butter|
|Team 09||Potato Chips|
|Team 10||Imitation Crab|
|Team 11||Protein Powder|
|Team 18||Maple Syrup|
|Team 20||Gluten Free Bread|
I strongly encourage you and your team mates to work on a food that you all like. It's already challenging to work with a group of strangers (for an elective course for most of you). It is my sincere hope that you will each get something out of this project; working on a food that you are all curious about is a way to engage you all.
If you are having trouble identifying a good topic, you may want to browse through these eBooks available through UBC Library. Even just looking at the titles of these ebooks may give you some good ideas.
Team projects from the last two years can be accessed here: http://wiki.ubc.ca/Course:FNH200/TeamProjects. Please keep in mind that different evaluation strategies were used in the past.
Poster projects from 2010w can be accessed here: http://wiki.ubc.ca/Course:FNH200/2010w_PosterProjects
Click here to get help on wiki page formatting.
Using Images on Wiki
Images: Please be aware of the copyright status of materials you are going to post on the internet. Here are a few places where you can find public domain, Creative Commons free to use, Creative Commons free to reuse-type of images:
Wikimedia Commons. Please check licensing status of each image you are going to use.
Flickr Advanced Search. Remember to click the 'bullet' where filter the search to limit content with Creative Commons-licensed content.
Google Advanced Image Search. Again, click the 'bullet' to limit your search to only images labeled for reuse.
Adding images to your wiki project:
- Find the image you like
- Make sure you have the proper license before you use it
- Embed the image on your wiki page
- If needed to, upload the image to UBC Wiki
- Name your images with the following file name structure: FNH200_Project_ABC.jpg
- Make sure you put the original source of the image
- Make sure you have the proper license (eg Creative Commons) to use the image
- Link the image to your wiki page
Editing tips: Click here to get help on adding images and pictures on wiki pages.
Other 'Free' Resources on the Internet
Here is a one-page summary of GREAT open educational resources. Give this a try:
Embedding Social Media
To embed a social media, such as Youtube, please see support here:
Presenting Your Video
If you plan to post and share your project video online such as on YouTube, you should read this first on protecting your privacy:
I should certainly hope that the video you presented for this project is of educational value and you should be proud of your work afterall. Nevertheless, please consider privacy issue when using digital media.