prior to beginning this assignment, please review your written assignments and required readings and resources in Weeks 1 through 6.
The Final Presentation will culminate this week’s research and incorporate work from the previous five weeks of the course. You will create a screencast (screen recording) of an eight- to 12-slide PowerPoint presentation that will include the points listed below along with components highlighted in your Week 1 assignment’s proposal and appropriate peer-review feedback from Weeks 2 and 5, as well as your Week 2 through 5 written assignments. You are to create your presentation as though you were presenting the elements to a group for review. Note: You will use a screencasting video creation tool of your choice which will record your voice and the presentation on your computer screen (see the instructions below). If you run into a problem using a screencasting tool, please contact your instructor for alternative instructions.
In your Final Presentation, you should
- Present the needs that were highlighted within your selected case study as it applies to your “ABC Health Care” organization.
- Propose a risk analysis strategy on how organizational needs were met in accordance with applicable laws and standards.
- Assess the essential components of health care decision making models, emphasizing the system development life cycle (SDLC).
- Determine the impact technology has on cultural factors in health care provisions and decision-making.
- Evaluate the roles and responsibilities of key players in strategic planning and continuous quality improvement.
- Assess enterprise-wide data’s role in health information governance.
- Compare and contrast the roles of technology and enterprise-wide information as it relates to data governance.
- Summarize best practices and policies as they relate to data governance, information exchange, and technical and structural interoperability.
- Explain the economic impact of your proposed system acquisition.
- Formulate and provide answers to three questions that you feel would be appropriate for the board to ask.
Part 1: Creating the PowerPoint
Your PowerPoint presentation should be eight to 12 slides in length. Add speaker’s notes (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. to the bottom of each slide for ease of narration (as your video script) and to provide accessible content to students with accessibility needs. (See the Final Presentation section below for specific details that need to be included).
Presenting engaging multimedia content also improves learner retention of information. You may wish to include visual enhancements in your presentation. These may include appropriate images, a consistent font, appropriate animations, and transitions from content piece-to-content piece and slide-to-slide. (Images should be cited in APA format as outlined by the Ashford Writing Center guide to Tables, Images, & Appendices (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Students may wish to use the Where to Get Free (and Legal) Images (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. guide for assistance with accessing freely available public domain and/or Creative Commons licensed images.) It is recommended that you access Garr Reynolds Top Ten Slide Tips (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. and Simple Rules for Better PowerPoint Presentations (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site., which provide useful assistance with creating successful PowerPoint presentations.
Part 2: Creating the Screen Recording using any screencasting platform your wish.
Quickstart guides are provided for Screencast-O-Matic and Jing platforms for video recording your PowerPoint presentation on your computer screen, but you are welcome to use any of the many free screen recording platforms available. For guidance on recording your screen using Jing, access the Jing Tutorial (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. pages. For guidance on using Screencast-O-Matic, access the Screencast-O-Matic Tutorial (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. pages. Quickstart guides for Screencast-O-Matic and Jing are also provided for your convenience. For advice and information on the Do’s and Don’ts of webcam presentations, please review the Webcam Recording Do’s and Don’ts (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site..
Be sure to copy and paste the screencast URL to the top of your speakers notes on slide one and at the bottom of the reference slide in your PowerPoint presentation.
When creating a screencast of your presentation,
- Include a title for your presentation in the description box when you publish your screencast.
- Limit your presentation to between 8 and 12 minutes.
- It is highly recommended that you practice reading through your script prior to beginning the screencast capture. Do not read your slides. The slides should provide general talking points.
- The speaker notes for the presentation comprise your script and also make your PowerPoint accessible.
- Copy and paste the screencast URL to the top of your speakers notes and at the bottom of the reference slide in your PowerPoint presentation prior to submitting your PowerPoint in the assignment drop box.
- All sources used within the presentation must be cited properly within the slides and included on the required reference slide, which will be the last slide of the presentation.
- Due to the time limit of your presentation, you are not required to speak or read through the reference slide. However, all sources used within the PowerPoint must be cited properly with in-text citations where necessary and a separate final reference slide.
Part 3: Submit your PowerPoint presentation into Waypoint for grading.
The Final Presentation
- Must be eight to 12 slides in length (not including title and references pages) and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. The presentation must include a screencast of an 8- to 12-minute audio or audiovisual presentation.
- Must include a separate title page with the following:
- Title of paper
- Student’s name
- Course name and number
- Instructor’s name
- Date submitted
- Must begin with an introductory slide with a succinct thesis statement (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site..
- Must address the chosen topic with critical thought.
- Must end with a conclusion slide that reaffirms the the