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    Where is the document that details the project requirements this year?

    Looking for something similar to years past. Something that lays out the scope and requirements for the project. All I see is the two page welcome letter with the generic statements about the challenge and the comic. Surely there must be more???
    Norfolk, Virginia, USA
    FLL Coach and Regional Tournament Head judge since 2014

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    You will find more information in the Engineering Notebook (available to coaches on their Thinkscape account accessible from their Dashboard on the FIRST website. Coaches should also have gotten two hard copies). I believe the Innovation Project is laid out on page 8.
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    • #3
      Grrr.... I don't have access to that (probably?) because we haven't registered yet. Still getting COVID plans worked out. I wonder why they aren't publishing the project requirements like they have in the past???
      Norfolk, Virginia, USA
      FLL Coach and Regional Tournament Head judge since 2014

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      • #4
        OK, I found a one-page description of the Innovation Project here:
        https://va-dcfll.org/app/uploads/202...oject-Page.pdf

        I now have another question related to the scope of possible project ideas.
        In the welcome letter comic on page two (https://firstinspiresst01.blob.core....iew-letter.pdf), Maya asks "How and where can we help people be more active". But the one-pager says to "Identify a specific problem linked to people not being active enough." There are lots of problems that are linked to people not being active enough (financial, pollution, early death, and so many more), which is a lot broader that just "how to get people to be more active".

        Anyone have any thoughts on permissible project topics?
        Norfolk, Virginia, USA
        FLL Coach and Regional Tournament Head judge since 2014

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