BJ assessment 3 6004 Professional Presentation Guidelines Date Name (Presenter) Capella University School of Nursing and Health Sciences Course © 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary This presentation is designed as a model to help you develop professional-quality PowerPoint presentations, and will take you through the parts of a typical presentation. On your title slide, in addition to the title, please be sure to include the date, your name, Capella University, and the course name. The title should reflect your topic and not the assignment name. 0 Microsoft PowerPoint Disseminates information Can add visuals such as illustrations or graphs Can add film clips, sound, and animation ‹#› © 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary Presentation development is an important skill for your Capella program and will enhance your communication and presentation skills in your daily practice settings. Professional presentations enable you to share information and visual representations with your audience, whether in a course, a meeting, or as part of an educational opportunity. There are some rules for presenters that will help you create powerful and professional presentations. At Capella, it is also important that you develop the skill of adding audio to your presentation. The guidelines presented here are designed to help you set up a slide deck. You can also add links to film clips, animations, and graphics to the presentation. Remember that references should be included for your sources and should follow APA guidelines. Your reference list will appear at the end of the presentation. On the slide itself, provide a citation with authors and year of publication, as you would in an APA paper. It may be in smaller type. Make certain your references are scholarly, fewer than 5 years old, and peer reviewed. You do not have to provide the citation on the slide and in the speaker’s notes; one or the other is usually sufficient. 1 Getting Started Create a topic outline based on grading rubric Do not use complete sentences for headings Choose a slide design Consider contrast of text and background Create a slide or two as needed Address each criterion in the rubric ‹#› © 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary When creating a presentation for an assignment, be sure to read through and understand the instructions for your presentation as well as the grading criteria. Try to limit your title to a single line, and remember to use a short descriptive phrase rather than a sentence. The grading rubric serves as a good guide for your slides. Try to create one or two slides for each criterion of the rubric. Be sure you look at the time frame for the presentation and the number of slides you should include in the presentation. When using the grading rubric as an outline, look at the topics for ideas. While your Capella audience will view your presentation from a computer screen, you do need to think about what your slides would look like on a big screen in a classroom, boardroom, or from a stage. Be sure to choose a background that is visually pleasing with a contrasting color for the text. Consider that some viewers may be color-blind, and rely on light-to-dark contrast for legibility. Use a solid color or choose a design from your software—or make one yourself. Be careful to avoid overly complex backgrounds; the message is what matters. Refer to the MS Office link on the Resources slide to learn how to ensure that your presentations are accessible. 2 General Guidelines 5–7 Rule Limit words to 5–7 per line Limit lines to 5–7 per slide Typography Headline type should be 24–28 points Bullet or body type should be 14–18 points for readability Avoid decorative type: use Arial or Times ‹#› © 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary Blank background (“white space”) keeps the information clear, easy to read, and memorable. The 5–7 rule is a helpful guideline. Use short phrases and you won’t find yourself reading your slides to the audience. Use speaker’s notes for details. Some experts recommend using only sans-serif typefaces such as Arial or Helvetica to avoid the “jaggy” look that may be visible in the “feet” of serif typefaces such as Times New Roman. With the availability of high-resolution monitors, this is less of a concern than in the past. Make sure to follow the requirements in your assignment. When submitting presentations for class, remember to include a transcript. Kaltura provides captioning in about 24 hours that you can use to create your transcript or you may write your own. Be sure to find out your faculty member’s preferred transcript format. 3 Extras: Typographic Elements Word Art Fancy lettering for titles: best for flyers or posters ‹#› © 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary Any graphical elements you use should be in service of the message. Avoid inappropriate decorative typefaces, unprofessional color choices, or too much of anything. This is not to discourage you from using text as a design element, but to caution you to use it wisely. The next slide provides a good example. Also, be consistent in your use of end punctuation. Use periods throughout or not at all. Because most bullets should be short phrases, periods are probably not needed. 4 Extras: Graphic Support Elements Smart Art More interesting than a table A good way Add text in or out of the grid To present points with flair Don’t overdo it! ‹#› © 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary While you want to be engaging, resist the urge to add too much to your slides. Use graphics to demonstrate, clarify, or emphasize your points. Tables and charts can provide helpful information—but only if their content is easily and quickly read. 5 Extras: Illustrations Avoid low-resolution or copyrighted art and photos ‹#› © 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary Graphics can add a cue for visual learners, but again, too many can distract the audience. Try to use a consistent visual approach throughout your presentation for the charts and images you use as well as for the slides themselves. Make sure images are crisp and not overly detailed; the viewer should understand what is going on immediately. You can use photos, illustrations, or clip art. If you use graphics from the Internet, Microsoft Office, or a stock image service, be sure to adhere to applicable copyright laws in addition to any terms of use. Obtain permission to use copyrighted art, which may include adding references on the slide. The Resources slide at the end of the presentation includes a link to instructions for citing images in APA style. Remember to insert versus pasting any images into your file to maintain resolution. Copying and pasting will result in a blurry image. 6 Speaker’s Notes ‹#› © 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary Use speaker’s notes (as we have here) to provide detail and a transcript as needed. Your faculty will be looking for your speaker’s notes when grading assignments—especially if you cannot be heard for some reason. If there is no audio in the presentation, speaker’s notes are vital to communicating your points. 7 Recorded Presentations: Kaltura Using Kaltura Campus resource ‹#› © 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary There are various options available for you to record a presentation. Kaltura and Adobe Connect are discussed here because they are available through Capella and are supported by Capella IT. Kaltura, which is available in all courserooms, can be used in several ways: you can share the screen with or without a webcam, record yourself presenting on the webcam, or record only the slides with or without voice-over. Kaltura automatically generates captioning in about 24 hours; note that you must still include speaker’s notes. On the Resources slide at the end of the presentation are links to two useful Campus resources for Kaltura: Using Kaltura, which provides detailed instructions (as shown in this screen shot), and a video tutorial, Kaltura Basics. 8 Recorded Presentations: Adobe Connect Adobe Connect Quick Start Tutorial ‹#› © 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary Adobe Connect is another option. While it’s most often used for hosting and attending online meetings, it can also be used to record presentations. There are several Campus tutorials available on Adobe Connect depending on your needs; links to Using Adobe Connect [PDF] and the Adobe Connect Quick Start Tutorial video are on the Resources slide at the end of this presentation. 9 Finishing the Presentation Proofread Proofread again Run spell check Read it aloud Ask someone to read it to you ‹#› © 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary Polish your work. Correct any spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors and remove any extra spaces in the slides and the speaker’s notes. A professional-quality presentation will help you feel more confident as a presenter, and will encourage your audience to have confidence in your message too. 10 Recap Summary Introduction Tell audience what you will tell them Body Present the content Conclusion/Summary Review briefly what you have covered Questions ‹#› © 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary These bullets represent the parts of a basic presentation. Include a wrap-up slide like this one. Ask the audience if they have any questions and/or provide a summary. 11 Resources Using Adobe Connect Adobe Connect Quick Start Tutorial Using Kaltura Kaltura Basics Tutorial Microsoft Office Software Guidelines for Effective PowerPoint Presentations [PPTX] How Do I Cite an Image in a PowerPoint Presentation? (APA Style) PowerPoint Presentations Capella Library Guide Microsoft Office: Create or Remove a Hanging Indent in PowerPoint Microsoft Office: Make Your PowerPoint Presentations Accessible ‹#› © 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary You are encouraged to take advantage of the various resources Capella has assembled for learners. This slide contains links to the resources mentioned in the presentation as well as some additional helpful links. 12 Thank You! ‹#› © 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary We hope this presentation is a helpful resource as you prepare professional and scholarly presentations. 13 image2.png image3.png image4.png image5.PNG image6.PNG image7.PNG image1.png

BJ assessment 3 6004

Professional Presentation
Guidelines

Date

Name (Presenter)

Capella University

School of Nursing and Health Sciences

Course

© 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary

This presentation is designed as a model to help you develop professional-quality PowerPoint presentations, and will take you through the parts of a typical presentation. On your title slide, in addition to the title, please be sure to include the date, your name, Capella University, and the course name. The title should reflect your topic and not the assignment name.

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Microsoft PowerPoint

Disseminates information

Can add visuals such as illustrations or graphs

Can add film clips, sound, and animation

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© 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary

Presentation development is an important skill for your Capella program and will enhance your communication and presentation skills in your daily practice settings. Professional presentations enable you to share information and visual representations with your audience, whether in a course, a meeting, or as part of an educational opportunity.

There are some rules for presenters that will help you create powerful and professional presentations. At Capella, it is also important that you develop the skill of adding audio to your presentation. The guidelines presented here are designed to help you set up a slide deck. You can also add links to film clips, animations, and graphics to the presentation.

Remember that references should be included for your sources and should follow APA guidelines. Your reference list will appear at the end of the presentation. On the slide itself, provide a citation with authors and year of publication, as you would in an APA paper. It may be in smaller type. Make certain your references are scholarly, fewer than 5 years old, and peer reviewed. You do not have to provide the citation on the slide and in the speaker’s notes; one or the other is usually sufficient.

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Getting Started

Create a topic outline based on grading rubric

Do not use complete sentences for headings

Choose a slide design

Consider contrast of text and background

Create a slide or two as needed

Address each criterion in the rubric

‹#›

© 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary

When creating a presentation for an assignment, be sure to read through and understand the instructions for your presentation as well as the grading criteria.

Try to limit your title to a single line, and remember to use a short descriptive phrase rather than a sentence.

The grading rubric serves as a good guide for your slides. Try to create one or two slides for each criterion of the rubric.

Be sure you look at the time frame for the presentation and the number of slides you should include in the presentation. When using the grading rubric as an outline, look at the topics for ideas.

While your Capella audience will view your presentation from a computer screen, you do need to think about what your slides would look like on a big screen in a classroom, boardroom, or from a stage.

Be sure to choose a background that is visually pleasing with a contrasting color for the text. Consider that some viewers may be color-blind, and rely on light-to-dark contrast for legibility. Use a solid color or choose a design from your software—or make one yourself. Be careful to avoid overly complex backgrounds; the message is what matters. Refer to the MS Office link on the Resources slide to learn how to ensure that your presentations are accessible.

2

General Guidelines

5–7 Rule

Limit words to 5–7 per line

Limit lines to 5–7 per slide

Typography

Headline type should be 24–28 points

Bullet or body type should be 14–18 points for readability

Avoid decorative type: use Arial or Times

‹#›

© 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary

Blank background (“white space”) keeps the information clear, easy to read, and memorable. The 5–7 rule is a helpful guideline. Use short phrases and you won’t find yourself reading your slides to the audience. Use speaker’s notes for details.

Some experts recommend using only sans-serif typefaces such as Arial or Helvetica to avoid the “jaggy” look that may be visible in the “feet” of serif typefaces such as Times New Roman. With the availability of high-resolution monitors, this is less of a concern than in the past. Make sure to follow the requirements in your assignment.

When submitting presentations for class, remember to include a transcript. Kaltura provides captioning in about 24 hours that you can use to create your transcript or you may write your own. Be sure to find out your faculty member’s preferred transcript format.

3

Extras: Typographic Elements

Word Art

Fancy lettering for titles: best for flyers or posters

‹#›

© 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary

Any graphical elements you use should be in service of the message. Avoid inappropriate decorative typefaces, unprofessional color choices, or too much of anything. This is not to discourage you from using text as a design element, but to caution you to use it wisely. The next slide provides a good example.

Also, be consistent in your use of end punctuation. Use periods throughout or not at all. Because most bullets should be short phrases, periods are probably not needed.

4

Extras: Graphic Support Elements

Smart Art

More interesting than a table

A good way

Add text in or out
of the grid

To present points with flair

Don’t overdo it!

‹#›

© 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary

While you want to be engaging, resist the urge to add too much to your slides. Use graphics to demonstrate, clarify, or emphasize your points. Tables and charts can provide helpful information—but only if their content is easily and quickly read.

5

Extras: Illustrations

Avoid low-resolution or copyrighted art and photos

‹#›

© 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary

Graphics can add a cue for visual learners, but again, too many can distract the audience. Try to use a consistent visual approach throughout your presentation for the charts and images you use as well as for the slides themselves. Make sure images are crisp and not overly detailed; the viewer should understand what is going on immediately.

You can use photos, illustrations, or clip art. If you use graphics from the Internet, Microsoft Office, or a stock image service, be sure to adhere to applicable copyright laws in addition to any terms of use. Obtain permission to use copyrighted art, which may include adding references on the slide. The Resources slide at the end of the presentation includes a link to instructions for citing images in APA style.

Remember to insert versus pasting any images into your file to maintain resolution. Copying and pasting will result in a blurry image.

6

Speaker’s Notes

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© 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary

Use speaker’s notes (as we have here) to provide detail and a transcript as needed.

Your faculty will be looking for your speaker’s notes when grading assignments—especially if you cannot be heard for some reason. If there is no audio in the presentation, speaker’s notes are vital to communicating your points.

7

Recorded Presentations: Kaltura

Using Kaltura Campus resource

‹#›

© 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary

There are various options available for you to record a presentation. Kaltura and Adobe Connect are discussed here because they are available through Capella and are supported by Capella IT.

Kaltura, which is available in all courserooms, can be used in several ways: you can share the screen with or without a webcam, record yourself presenting on the webcam, or record only the slides with or without voice-over. Kaltura automatically generates captioning in about 24 hours; note that you must still include speaker’s notes.

On the Resources slide at the end of the presentation are links to two useful Campus resources for Kaltura: Using Kaltura, which provides detailed instructions (as shown in this screen shot), and a video tutorial, Kaltura Basics.

8

Recorded Presentations: Adobe Connect

Adobe Connect Quick Start Tutorial

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© 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary

Adobe Connect is another option. While it’s most often used for hosting and attending online meetings, it can also be used to record presentations. There are several Campus tutorials available on Adobe Connect depending on your needs; links to Using Adobe Connect [PDF] and the Adobe Connect Quick Start Tutorial video are on the Resources slide at the end of this presentation.

9

Finishing the Presentation

Proofread

Proofread again

Run spell check

Read it aloud

Ask someone to read it to you

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© 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary

Polish your work. Correct any spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors and remove any extra spaces in the slides and the speaker’s notes. A professional-quality presentation will help you feel more confident as a presenter, and will encourage your audience to have confidence in your message too.

10

Recap

Summary

Introduction

Tell audience what you will tell them

Body

Present the content

Conclusion/Summary

Review briefly what you have covered

Questions

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© 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary

These bullets represent the parts of a basic presentation. Include a wrap-up slide like this one. Ask the audience if they have any questions and/or provide a summary.

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© 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary

You are encouraged to take advantage of the various resources Capella has assembled for learners. This slide contains links to the resources mentioned in the presentation as well as some additional helpful links.

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Thank You!

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© 2018 CAPELLA UNIVERSITY – Confidential and Proprietary

We hope this presentation is a helpful resource as you prepare professional and scholarly presentations.

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8-1 Discussion: Course OutcomesReview the PSY 322 course outcomes, located on the Overview page of this course. The outcomes can also be viewed in the course syllabus. In this discussion, reflect on the work you have done in this course. Select one or two outcomes where you have made the biggest gains. For each outcome, explain what gains you have made and how you accomplished those gains, using a concrete example of a class assignment or project that helped you develop competencies toward the outcome you selected. In responding to your peers, compare your experiences. To complete this assignment, review the Discussion Rubric.

8-1 Discussion: Course OutcomesReview the PSY 322 course outcomes, located on the Overview page of this course. The outcomes can also be viewed in the course syllabus. In this discussion, reflect on the work you have done in this course. Select one or two outcomes where you have made the

CSTU 101 ESSAY ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS OVERVIEW There are 2 short essays which require you to apply the knowledge you have gained in a creative and subjective way. Please read the instructions for each essay thoroughly, so that you know the issues that need to be addressed. You do not need to do extensive research or reading to complete this assignment, although it may require a small amount of exploration. Each Essay assignment must be 200-250 words and needs to include the word count in parentheses. Use your own words as much as possible, but if you include sources, you must cite your sources in current APA format. Also, I would suggest that you look over the Grading Rubric before you submit your assignment. You will first submit a draft of each Essay assignment to be checked through Turnitin so you can make adjustments prior to your final submission. Please note that the draft submission is optional. Submit your draft by Thursday at 11:59 P.M. (ET) before the final assignment is due in order to receive feedback on it. INSTRUCTIONS Essay: Greek Pride versus the Christian View of Pride Assignment In chapter 8 we read about the Greeks’ justifiable view of pride in superior accomplishments. Compare the Greeks’ view of pride versus the Christians’ view of pride taught in Scripture. Why did the Greeks view pride as they did? What does the Bible say about pride? What do you feel is the cause of our present day view of pride within Western Culture? What about an individual’s achievements in sports? Can pride be both good and bad? Is there a balance? Just a few of the questions you can discuss. Essay: The Reasons for Early Christian Persecution Assignment Review the item Watch: Dr. Francis Schaeffer: How Should We Then Live? Episode 1 of 10 in the Learn section of Module 5: Week 5, and then address the following prompt: In ancient Roman culture Christians were marginalized and in many cases persecuted. Give examples of some of this that you saw in the video. Also, answer the following: We see similar instances of this type of marginalization and persecution within America and around the world today. Please give some examples of this and also why this persecution occurs. Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool.

CSTU 101 ESSAY ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS OVERVIEW There are 2 short essays which require you to apply the knowledge you have gained in a creative and subjective way. Please read the instructions for each essay thoroughly, so that you know the issues that need to be addressed. You do not need

Review at least two of your classmates’ professional blueprints for accuracy, clarity, and professional relevance. In your posts, provide constructive, supportive feedback, along with suggestions for additional resources. Finally, include a summary of your next steps. What are your professional goals in community psychology? What topics will you explore next? To complete this assignment, review the Discussion Rubric. my major is psychology concentration in mental health my plans is to work for the court system as a counselor, manger in human resource for any corporate last child social services anything that will help me help others 

Review at least two of your classmates’ professional blueprints for accuracy, clarity, and professional relevance. In your posts, provide constructive, supportive feedback, along with suggestions for additional resources. Finally, include a summary of your next steps. What are your professional goals in community psychology? What topics will you explore next?

Planning should be adapted to the nature of a project. In this assignment, you apply the appropriate planning techniques to complete the project. Astral Bank is known for providing excellent online services to its customers. As part of a new project, customers will be able to electronically submit a loan request. You’re assigned to be the scrum master of this project within a team of six developers and a product owner.

Planning should be adapted to the nature of a project. In this assignment, you apply the appropriate planning techniques to complete the project. Astral Bank is known for providing excellent online services to its customers. As part of a new project, customers will be able to electronically submit a loan

Week 4 Assignment – Living with Environmental Risks from Nature Overview Continue working on the naturally occurring risk you analyzed in Week 3. This week, you will establish the significance of the risk, the stakeholders, and the scientific, technological, and societal issues pertaining to the risk. In addition, you will turn to the critical focus of environmental health management—mitigation of the negative effects on population health. Instructions Write a 4-5 page paper, based on the natural environmental health risk selected in Week 3. 1. Explain why this naturally occurring risk is important enough for you to research it. This may include information from your risk analyses in Week 3 or other reasons, such as the number of stakeholders, recent incidents, or personal experience. 2. Analyze three important scientific, technological, or societal issues pertaining to your chosen natural environmental risk. Justify the importance of these issues based on your research, and provide references to sources that support your analysis. To help guide your research and selection of these issues, note the following: • Scientific issues may include the fields of science involved in the study or mitigation of this risk or other issues. • Technological issues may include, for example, the types of technology that are available to determine and mitigate the risk. • Societal issues may include, for example, socioeconomic impacts and disparities, geographic occurrence, and others. 3. Recommend a specific mitigation strategy for the natural environmental risk based on your comparison of at least two specific mitigation programs, policies, or strategies you discover through research. 4. Use at least four sources to support your writing. Choose sources that are credible, relevant, and appropriate. Cite each source listed on your source page at least one time within your assignment. For help with research, writing, and citation, access the library or review library guides. This course requires the use of Strayer Writing Standards (SWS). The library is your home for SWS assistance, including citations and formatting. Please refer to the Library site for all support. Check with your professor for any additional instructions. The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are: • Evaluate naturally occurring sources of environmental risk for their impact on human populations. • Assess strategies used to mitigate the negative effects of environmental hazards on population health.

Week 4 Assignment – Living with Environmental Risks from Nature Overview Continue working on the naturally occurring risk you analyzed in Week 3. This week, you will establish the significance of the risk, the stakeholders, and the scientific, technological, and societal issues pertaining to the risk. In addition, you will

EcoShore Innovations is an interdisciplinary organization which masters in sustainable development through ornamental engineering techniques for floating infrastructure projects in Taiwan. Our mission is to design and implement all-inclusive solutions that overcome the challenges of rising sea levels and also promote environmental care and community flexibility. By combining expertise in renewable energy, coastal engineering, and community engagement, we attempt to create a future where coastal communities succeed in synchronization with their natural surroundings. At EcoShore Innovations, we prioritize renewable energy solutions to power our floating infrastructure projects sustainably. Our team of specialists mixes solar, wind, and tidal energy technologies into our designs, ensuring competent operation and minimal environmental impact. Additionally, our coastal engineering experts use innovative techniques to create strong infrastructure that withstands the impacts of climate change, such as erosion and flooding. Through inclusive stakeholder engagement, weempower local communities to shape the development of their coastal areas, fostering trust, collaboration, and social equity. With EcoShoreInnovations at the forefront, Taiwan’s coastal future is one of sustainability, resilience, and vibrant community living.

EcoShore Innovations is an interdisciplinary organization which masters in sustainable development through ornamental engineering techniques for floating infrastructure projects in Taiwan. Our mission is to design and implement all-inclusive solutions that overcome the challenges of rising sea levels and also promote environmental care and community flexibility. By combining expertise in