PROJECT DUE today
Upload your completed final project here with references and detailed speaker notes. In Power Point Presentation they can be included at the bottom of each slide where you are allowed to put in speaker notes. For the Infographic and Pamphlet, you can attach a separate speaker notes or do voice over of what you would be saying to your intended audience. Refer to Week 3 Final Project for the topics you can choose from.
Suggested formatting for three available modes of Final Project Presentations:
- PPT- From the chosen topic, respond in detail, addressing each question or main point. Slides should be professional, well organized, show evidence of critical thinking and creativity. The slides should not contain paragraphs, but bullet points, highlighting your main ideas. The speaker notes section of each slide should include your narrative– what you would state if speaking to an audience. The bulk of your information should be listed here. Maximum of 12 slides, excluding title and reference slides. Three references listed within past five years listed in Current APA Style.
- Infographic- An infographic is a visual representation of information. This is where you can get creative with color, graphics, data (chart or graph) and content information. From the chosen topic, respond in detail, addressing each question or main point. Three references listed within past five years listed in Current APA Style. You may use Piktochart, Canva, or any other graphic design program. Please submit your infographic as a PDF.
- Pamphlet- These are a great educational tool for an audience, it is reader friendly and provides a bulk of information in a small space. From the chosen topic, respond in detail, addressing each question or main point. The pamphlet should be professional, include images, broken down into three columns. Three references listed within past five years listed in Current APA Style.
- TOPIC !!!!!!!!!!
- Use Kouzes and Posner model to show how the nurse manager on a 30-bed rehabilitation unit would decide the best approach to finding out the cause of increasing urinary tract infections (UTIs) on her unit over the past 6 months.