SNAP Companion: Describe your Problem
SNAP Companion Alpha provides you with a curated list of YouTube videos to help you think creatively about the problem you are trying to solve.
Enter information about your problem by filling out this form. Simply follow the instructions below and click 'submit' when you are done.

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Describe the problem
Describe the problem by answering four questions: Who? What? Where? When? Why?

Answer each question with one to three words, if you can.

Examples of problems:

- Drivers cause accidents when driving inside the city because they are distracted.
- Students fail their campus exam in quantum mechanics when at university because the subject matter is counterintuitive.
- Polar bears in the North Pole go hungry in summer because ice shelves melt.
1. Who? The group of people/objects most affected by the problem. *
Describe this in no more than four words. Use correct English spelling. Examples: 1. drivers; 2. students; 3. polar bears
2. What? The way in which that group of people/objects is affected by the problem. *
Describe this in no more than four words. Use correct English spelling. Examples: 1. cause accidents; 2. fail quantum mechanics exam; 3. go hungry
3. Where? The real and/or virtual location in which the problem occurs. *
Describe this in no more than four words. Use correct English spelling. Examples: 1. in city; 2. on campus; 3. North pole
4. When? The event during which the problem occurs. *
Describe this in no more than four words. Use correct English spelling. Examples: 1. driving; 2. at university; 3. in summer
5. Why? The cause of the event during which the problem occurs. *
Describe this in no more than four words. Use correct English spelling. Examples: 1. being distracted; 2. counterintuitive subject matter; 3. ice shelves melt
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