Dissemination is a critical part of a good research project. In chapter 7 of Schmidt & Brown (2015), pages 514-516, the authors discuss oral presentations. The PowerPoint (PPt) can be a powerful tool and usually accompanies the oral presentation. PowerPoint presentations enhance the oral presentation but care must be taken to prepare the PPt so as not to distract from the speaker. See this link for some tips on preparing a PPt. http://www.garrreynolds.com/preso-tips/design/
The PowerPoint (PPt) presentation is intended to be a presentation. This assignment can be creative, but should be a professional looking project. Microsoft Office offers a variety of layouts that you can choose from for your PowerPoint. Please keep your PPt between 5 to 15 slides. The slide limit does not include the title slide or references.
Please review the following general guidelines for your PPT presentation.
• Make your title short, summarizing the message of your chosen policy.
• Use font size that is readable and consistent.
• Avoid capital letters except at the beginning of sentences and proper nouns.
• Try to use standard Windows fonts, such as Times New Roman.
• Do not underline anything.
• Use bold, larger typeface for the main titles and headings.
• Check the draft of your PPt against the rubric very carefully to ensure all required components are included.
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