1. A body of research that demonstrates your full knowledge and understanding of a non-human species or ecosystem. We expect you to develop this not only through relevant bibliography and webography research, but also through engagement with a specific expert community and individual observation. How you present this research is completely up to you.

  2. A body of experimentation that communicates the journey you have been on and the hands-on research you have conducted

  3. A final outcome that communicates an excellent and deep understanding of the needs of this non-human species or ecosystem. Whilst this can take any chosen approach you feel is appropriate (speculative,poetic, pragmatic…), we expect all projects to be rooted in real facts and predictions.

  4. A body of final images and/or video of your final proposal which successfully communicates to an external audience what your project is about. Please upload this on Moodle (we will confirm details closer to the date).

  5. A well-articulated 5-minute oral presentation.

  6. A 500-word written document (digital) that succinctly communicates your area of research and project aims. Please upload this on Moodle (we will confirm details closer to the date).