Research Project Presentation Intention:
The intention of the â€œResearch Project Presentationâ€ is to support your learning about the Research Project by preparing a professional presentation about the Research Project.
Due: Week 12 of the course
The Research Project Presentation is an overview assignment of the Research Project that you will complete using Microsoft Power Point. As determined by the course instructor — You will narrate (either in a virtual setting or via software) and submit at the end of the course.
Research Project Presentation Assignment:
This assignment will allow you an opportunity to present a summary of essential items learned during the Research Project. Students may use the course resources for some of the resource material; however, it is expected that you will support your research with the construction of the presentation. As such, APA must be used for citing any in-text citations and full references must be provided at the end of the presentation.
Note: All presentations will be run through Turn-it-in. Any plagiarized papers or papers with a 20% or greater â€˜similarity scoreâ€™ (indicating that 20% or greater of the paper was copied) will receive a 0.
Individual Final Presentation Topics (pick one for your focus):
- Summarize essential concepts from the Research Project.
- The Research Project Presentation must include:
- Development of 8 to 10 slides of content, excluding the cover slide, introductory slide (e.g. a list of key topics presented), Back matter slides (e.g. your reference slide).
- Use of an appropriate amount of text per slide, as not to clutter the presentation.
- Use of appropriate graphics/images to support your message.
- Use of speaker notes to â€˜flesh outâ€™ the content shown on each slide.
- A minimum of THREE outside references from your prior research is required for your work. User peer-reviewed work (e.g., journals, conference proceedings, industry papers, etc.). Peer-reviewed work refers to articles written by experts, which are reviewed by several other experts in the field before the article is published in the journal in order to ensure the articleâ€™s quality. Please DO NOT use popular press items (e.g., Time Magazine, Forbes Magazine, etc.), which are not aligned with academic work.
- Use APA formatting in your presentation (in particular, in-text citations and references).
- Submit your PowerPoint presentation at the end of the course. NOTE: The PowerPoint is expected to be a usable presentation. Include PowerPoint speaker notes in your presentation (see the PowerPoint help feature if you are not familiar with this). Provide a reference section on the last slide of your presentation.
Your presentation and is graded on the following criteria (and maximum points possible):
Proper formatting in-text citations and references (APA format)
Presentation slides contain concise information, the text is uncrowded, and slides are user-friendly (e.g. an audience member can readily view the content in a presentation setting).
Use of a minimum of THREE suitable peer-reviewed articles, which must be less than 5 years old.
PowerPoint Presentation includes suitable graphics, speaker notes, and reference slide
Total Maximum Points: 100 points (calculated as 20% of the final grade)