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Poster Presentation

Students this project will allow you to formulate and hypothetically develop your own research project. The purpose of this project is for the student to follow all of the different steps in a research project on an already published article and presented as a poster presentation. A poster session or poster presentation is the presentation of research information by an individual or representatives of research teams at a congress or conference with an academic or professional focus. The work is usually peer reviewed. Poster sessions are particularly prominent at scientific conferences such as medical congresses. 

Students will select the same article from week 7 and create a poster presentation that include the below information: I upload a template for the poster

The outline of the poster should include the following tabs (minimum requirements)

Abstract Outline: 

-Title of Project

-Problem Statement: what is the problem that needs fixing?

-Purpose of the Project

-Research Question(s)

-Hypothesis

-Methodology (Qualitative vs. Quantitative)

-Steps in implementing your project

-Limitations

Results (Pretend results)

-Conclusion

-References

I have attached an example of a poster presentation for guidance. 

  

Criterion

Outstanding 4

Very Good 3

Good 2

Unacceptable 1

Score

 

Completeness

Complete in all respects; reflects all   requirements

Complete in most respects; reflects most   requirements

Incomplete many respects; reflects few   requirements

Incomplete in most respects; does not reflect requirements

 

Understanding

Demonstrates excellent understanding of the   topic(s) and issue(s)

Demonstrates an accomplished understanding of the   topic(s) and issue(s)

Demonstrates an acceptable understanding of the   topic(s) and issue(s)

Demonstrates an inadequate understanding of the   topic(s) and issue(s)

 

Analysis

Presents an insightful and through analysis of the issue (s) identified

Presents a thorough analysis of most of the   issue(s) identified

Presents a superficial analysis of some of the issue(s)   identified

Presents an incomplete analysis of the issue(s)   identified.

 

Evaluation

Makes appropriate and powerful connections between   the issue(s) identified and the concept(s) studied

Makes appropriate connections between the issue(s)   identified and the concept(s) studied

Makes appropriate but somewhat vague connections   between the issue(s) identified and the concept(s) studied

Makes little or no connection between the issue(s)   identified and the concept(s) studied.

 

Opinion

Supports opinion with strong arguments and   evidence; presents a balanced and critical view; interpretation is both   reasonable and objective

Supports opinion with reasons and evidence;   presents a fairly balanced view; interpretation is both reasonable and   objective

Supports opinion with limited reasons and   evidence; presents a somewhat one-sided argument

Supports opinion with few reasons and little   evidence; argument is one-sided and not objective.

 

Recommendations

Presents detailed, realistic, and appropriate   recommendations clearly supported by the information presented and concepts   studied

Presents specific, realistic and appropriate   recommendation supported by the information presented and the concepts   studied

Presents realistic or appropriate recommendation   supported by the information presented and the concepts studied

Presents realistic or appropriate recommendation   with little, if any, support from the information and the concepts studied.

 

Grammar and Spelling

Minimal spelling and grammar errors

Some spelling and grammar errors

Noticeable spelling and grammar errors

Unacceptable number of spelling and grammar errors

 

APA guidelines

Uses APA guidelines accurately and consistently to   cite sources

Uses APA guidelines with minor violations to cite   sources

Reflects incomplete knowledge of APA guidelines

Does not use APA guidelines

 

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