In this 10 minute presentation, tell us about your research—do not read your Capstone—and communicate it clearly to engage the audience. Give us specifics about your capstone, but remember to situate the paper in the broader context of your field of study. It is important to be concise. make sure your presentation is no longer than 10-minutes. Feel free to be creative in how you present your project. Here are the areas you'll need to cover:
• What problem do you intend to solve? Use your background section as your source material
• How will you solve the problem? Describe your solution in simple, clear, and concise terms.
• Why your solution will solve the problem? Use your discussion as source material with support from your literature review.
• What are the next steps? Take key points from your recommendation section.
• References used in the presentation. Don't forget to cite graphics or images that you did not create or that did not come from creative commons.
You do not need to cover the items in that order. Organize your presentation in a way that makes the most sense to explain to your classmates and instructor.
Create a presentation that contains audio and visual components. Include an opening slide with your name and your project title, as well as the course title. Remember to keep your slides as concise as possible. Do not include everything you learned. Articulate the main points and contextualize your capstone within your field of study. Take the time to create a quality presentation as we will be evaluating each other and providing feedback. Please review the Capstone Presentation Rubric for more information on how I will be grading.
Keep your presentation simple. No long bullet points. Use pictures and diagrams instead of bullet points. If you do use bullet points, no more than six words per line and six lines per page. Be concise. Limit your presentation to 10-minutes.
Many options exist for creating your presentation. You may, for example, choose PowerPoint, Prezi, or Google Slides. You may use any means to record your presentation. Use the technology you find easiest. The University offers Zoom to all students. The following outlines how to use Zoom to record your presentation.
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