(Click here to view the Schedule for Presentations)
Theme: Systemic Challenges
Research Discovery - What are you Curious about?:
Rather than gravitating towards a general topic, try to think of a specific question your team wants to answer. Starting from a small scale and moving outwards from there will help to keep your research and presentation focused and meaningful. Your research for the Integrated Assignment should be current, significant, and have a specific base within the Anatomy & Physiology field.
- Beginning your research discovery on your favorite news site, reading a newspaper, or even on Facebook are all perfectly acceptable starting points.
- Alternatively, you may find the following resources helpful:
Research Article for Presentation:
Your article must be a peer-reviewed article from a scientific journal. For any additional resource, please use a critical eye to ensure their authenticity, credibility, and validity.
- Relying on Google Scholar to find your peer-reviewed article is perfectly acceptable
- You may also use TAMU-CC's Library Guide for Nursing, and we will use this later in the semester
- You may view Prof. Crocker's PowerPoint example to view how I found the article I presented to you in Seminar
Presentation Details & Submission:
- Create a PowerPoint presentation following the guidelines listed below (scroll down this page)
- Every team member is expected to present information verbally
- COMM students: make sure to incorporate any standards introduced by your COMM instructor to practice "good" presenting
- Submit final PowerPoint via Blackboard under the "Discussion Forum" section by 8:00am of the day your team presents (Feb 16 or Feb 23) - Click here to view presentation schedule
Article Presentation/Slide Outline:
In an effort to keep your presentation stream-lined, on topic, and within time limitations (5-7 min), please adhere to the following criteria and include no more than 8 slides.
1. Title slide
2. The Hook
3. The Anatomical & Physiological Background
4. The Research Article
5. Future Directions of the Team's Research
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