Project #156299 - Power Point

Computer Tutors

Subject Computer
Due By (Pacific Time) 11/26/2016 06:00 pm

Case Study Part 3 – MS Powerpoint Executive Presentation

Use the project description HERE to complete this activity.  For a review of the complete rubric used in grading this exercise, click on the Assignments tab, then on the title Case Study Part 3 - Exec Presentation (Powerpoint)– click on Show Rubrics if the rubric is not already displayed.

 

To the maximum extent possible, utilize the rule of 7’s - no more than seven bullets per slide, and no more than seven words per bullet.

Note: there are several tutorials on Power Point functions in the topic labeled "Optional Tutorials – Power Point project" in the Readings list for Week 8.

The details of the hardware and software solution need to be in the slides.    

The purpose of this presentation is to present the hardware and software solution for a decision that you defined in Case Study –Part 1 (Word).  For example, make and model of hardware and short description should be in the slide but be brief and in bullet format. The speaker notes are for amplification. Slides with Speaker notes should contain at least four complete sentences (in the notes section) each. Think of the speaker notes as what you would actually say during the presentation. Also, if someone wants to review the presentation later, the speaker notes will provide sufficient information for the reader to understand what you presented.

Points will be deducted for any spelling or grammatical errors either on the slide or in the speaker notes.

The summary MUST link the proposed solution to the requirements.

Create a presentation to outline your proposal to meet the case study requirements. Identify the purpose and audience (the Director) for your presentation.

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Requirement

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01

Open a new, blank Power Point presentation file.

Save the Presentation using the following name:

“Student’s First Initial Last Name Presentation”
Example: JSmith Presentation

0.1

 

02

Select a design/theme template to define the format and background for your presentation slides. Do NOT use the default theme (Office).  Also ensure that the theme you select or any other formatting changes you make do not make the presentation difficult to view on a computer.

 

0.1

From this point forward, let the design template automatically set font and style formats. This is the beauty of using a standard template over one that you designed yourself.

03

Slide 1: This is your Title Slide. 

Select an appropriate title and subtitle layout that clearly conveys the purpose of your presentation.

0.1

No speaker notes required

04

Slide 2:  Title this slide "Agenda for Today's Meeting"

Add the following bullet points for the agenda:

  • Introduction/Overview
  • Hardware Devices
  • System Unit Components
  • Productivity Software
  • Summary of Recommendations

 

0.3

This is an outline of your presentation.

Your speaker notes will include your own introduction. Talk very briefly about the agenda.

05

Slide 3: Title this slide "Purpose of Presentation and Overview"

Identify audience and the reason for the presentation and provide a bulleted overview of what's to come. Include here the name and type of computers you are recommending (e.g., Dell Inspiron 1500 or Apple Mac desktop)

Use bullet points, not complete sentences.

 

0.6

Use the speaker notes feature to help you discuss the bullet points (four complete sentences minimum).

06

Slide 4:  Title this slide "Hardware Devices."

Write and add a minimum of 3 – 5 bullets that best illustrate how the hardware devices satisfy the requirements. You will summarize the hardware devices here, pointing out major components or differences in major components if more than one type of computer is being recommended. The devices include input, output, communication, storage, and "other." But do not just like the words “input,” “output,” etc.

0.6

Use the speaker notes feature to help you discuss the bullet points (four complete sentences minimum). The speaker notes should address the requirement met.

07

Slide 5:  Title this slide "System Unit Components and System Software"

Write and add a minimum of 3 – 5 bullets that best illustrate how the System Unit Features satisfy the requirements. . You will summarize the system unit components here, pointing out major components or differences in major components if more than one type of computer is being recommended. Include information on the system software also (OS, utilities, etc.)

0.6

Use the speaker notes feature to help you discuss the bullet points (four complete sentences minimum). The speaker notes should address the requirement met.

08

Slide 6:  Title this slide "Productivity Software."

Write and add a minimum of 3 – 5 bullets that identify the recommended application software and illustrate how the Application Software satisfies the requirements. You will summarize the software components applications here, pointing out major components or differences in major components if more than one type of computer is being recommended.

0.6

Use the speaker notes feature to help you discuss the bullet points (four complete sentences minimum). The speaker notes should address the requirement met.

09

Add a relevant graphic that enhances text on the Productivity Software slide (slide 6). If a photo is used, be sure to cite the source.

0.3

 

10

Slide 7: Title of this slide is "Internet Connectivity and Web Services."

Write and add a minimum of 3 – 5 bullets that best illustrate how the Internet Connectivity satisfies the requirements. You will identify the ISP and summarize the web services here, pointing out major components or differences in major components if more than one type of computer is being recommended.

0.6

Use the speaker notes feature to help you discuss the bullet points (four complete sentences minimum). The speaker notes should address the requirement met.

11

Slide 8:  Title this slide "Summary of Recommendations"

Write and add 3 – 5 bullets that best illustrate why this is the best solution or supports the purpose you’ve defined for your presentation.

0.6

Use the speaker notes feature to help you discuss the bullet points (four complete sentences minimum).

12

Slide 9:

Add a Title Only slide. Type "Questions & Next Steps" in the title section. Move the title box so that is it centered on the slide (horizontally & vertically).

0.3

No speaker notes required

13

Create a footer using "Courtesy of Your Name" so that is shows on all slides including the Title Slide. The text in this footer should be on the left side of the slides IF the theme selected allows. Otherwise let the theme determine the position of this text.

0.3

Replace the words "Your Name" with your actual name.

14

Create a footer for automated Slide Numbers that appears on all slides except the Title Slide. The page number should be on the right  side of the slides IF the theme selected allows. Otherwise let the theme determine the position of the page number.
Ensure that your name does appear on every slide, but the page numbers start on slide #2. This will involve slightly different steps to accomplish both.

0.4

Depending upon the theme you have chosen, the page number or your name may not appear in the lower portion of the slide. That is ok.

15

Apply a transition scheme to all slides.

0.2

One transition scheme may be used OR different schemes for different slides

16

Apply an animation on at least one slide. The animation may be applied to text or a graphic

0.3

 

17

Use of Citefast.com

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18

Use of TURNITIN.COM

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TOTAL

6

 

 

 

Link to Completed Part#1 https://www.justbeamit.com/5ijpw  

Links to Completed Part#2 https://www.justbeamit.com/4agii & https://www.justbeamit.com/jswxa

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