Oral Presentation and Defense
In this Discussion, you will present your capstone research, findings, and recommendations in a format of your choosing (e.g., audio, video, YouTube, vocaroo, PowerPoint presentation, infographic, screencast-o-matic, PowToons, Clyp, etc.).
Your capstone presentation must include the following:
- general and specific problems you aimed to address
- purpose of your research
- general background of the problem(s)
- findings yielded from your extensive literature review
- any unexpected findings?
- recommendations which may address the problem(s)
- final thoughts
Work needs to illustrate the equivalent of an oral defense of your capstone research. If you are using audio or video, be sure to speak slowly and clearly, enunciating your words, and addressing all required talking points. Do not read a script!
After others have reviewed your posting, commented, and asked questions about your research, you will reply and defend your findings using scholarly-based evidence. Likewise, when you review the work of others, be sure to ask thought-provoking questions that may further the conversation.