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Multimedia presentation Learning outcomes – 2, 3, 4 and 5. Develop a multimedia presentation, for posting online, succinctly outlining the rationale and plan for your project (eg to a governance or other leadership group), consistent with you Your presentation with narration should last between 5 and 8 minutes – it can be submitted as a PowerPoint, Prezi or video file (absolute maximum 100MB in size). It must be viewable in Moodle. You will be penalised 5% (1 mark) for each 30 seconds or part thereof above or below the time limits. Structure your presentation to include: 1. Title slide (or frames), with author and intended audience (eg governance or other leadership group) details 2. Introduction with a brief background 3. Clear rationale for the project (why it needs to be undertaken) 4. The goal of the project 5. Outline of expected or proposed strategies and how they were determined 6. Proposed evaluation plan 7. Conclusion Please note these specific instructions on submitting this assessment. You are required to upload your presentation into Moodle in the Multimedia Presentation Submission link or provide a link to it (eg if you have uploaded it to YouTube or Vimeo, for example). Once you have entered the forum, add a new discussion topic. In the Subject, put your First Name and Monash ID. In the Message, write “My multimedia presentation”. Then, upload your presentation as an attachment (or provide the link to it in the Message). Peer rating (5/20) is included in this assessment piece. You are asked to rate a minimum of five (5) other students’ presentations. Please rate presentations with the lowest absolute numbers of ratings, so that all presentations have a chance of being rated by a minimum of five peers. Use the marking guide to help you. Rate by the number of stars (1-5). 1. Title slide (1.5 / 40) Criteria Excellent [1.5] Good [1.2] Not pass [< 0.8] • Title with author and details of intended audience (eg governance or leadership group) • Writing style, grammar, spelling & expression Excellent level of achievement in crafting a title slide for the presentation. Good level of achievement in crafting a title slide for the presentation. Did not reach an acceptable level of achievement in crafting a title slide for the presentation. 2. Introduction and brief background (2 / 40) Criteria Excellent [2.0] Good [1.5] Not pass [< 1.0] • Succinct introductory outline • Brief background to the local problem/issue • Writing style, grammar, spelling & expression Excellent level of achievement in crafting a succinct introduction to the presentation, and a brief background to the local problem/issue. Good level of achievement in crafting a succinct introduction to the presentation, and a brief background to the local problem/issue. Did not reach an acceptable level of achievement in crafting a succinct introduction to the presentation, and a brief background to the local problem/issue. 3. Rationale and goal (2 / 40) Criteria Excellent [2.0] Good [1.5] Not pass [< 1.0] • Clear rationale for the project (why it needs to be undertaken) • The goal of the project • Writing style, grammar, spelling & expression Excellent level of achievement in crafting and presenting a clear rationale for the project. Good level of achievement in crafting and presenting a clear rationale for the project. Did not reach an acceptable level of achievement in crafting and presenting a clear rationale for the project. 4. Proposed strategies ( 3 / 40) Criteria Excellent [3.0] Good [2.2] Not pass [< 1.5] • Outline of expected or proposed implementation strategies and how they were determined • Writing style, grammar, spelling & expression Excellent level of achievement in crafting and presenting an outline of expected or proposed implementation strategies and how they were determined. Good level of achievement in crafting and presenting an outline of expected or proposed implementation strategies and how they were determined. Did not reach an acceptable level of achievement in crafting and presenting an outline of expected or proposed implementation strategies and how they were determined. 5. Proposed evaluation plan (2 / 40) Criteria Excellent [2.0] Good [1.5] Not pass [< 1.0] • Describe possible or actual concrete measures to help determine if and to what extent the proposed changes will result in an improvement • Writing style, grammar, spelling & expression Excellent level of achievement in crafting and presenting possible or actual concrete measures to help determine if and to what extent the proposed changes will result in an improvement. Good level of achievement in crafting and presenting possible or actual concrete measures to help determine if and to what extent the proposed changes will result in an improvement. Did not reach an acceptable level of achievement in crafting and presenting possible or actual concrete measures to help determine if and to what extent the proposed changes will result in an improvement. 6. Conclusion (1.5 / 40) Criteria Excellent [1.5] Good [1.2] Not pass [< 0.8] • Succinct summation and concluding remarks • Writing style, grammar, spelling & expression Excellent level of achievement in crafting and presenting a conclusion to the presentation. Good level of achievement in crafting and presenting a conclusion to the presentation. Did not reach an acceptable level of achievement in crafting and presenting a conclusion to the presentation. 7. Structure, configuration and time limits (3 / 40) Excellent [3.0] Excellent [3.0] Good [2.2] Not pass [< 1.5] • Structure • Configuration (viewable PowerPoint, Prezi or Video presentation) • Time limits • Rating others’ work Excellent level of achievement in adhering to the structure, configuration and time limits of the presentation, and rating others’ work. Good level of achievement in adhering to the structure, configuration and time limits of the presentation, and rating others’ work. Did not reach an acceptable level of achievement in adhering to the structure, configuration and time limits of the presentation, and rating others’ work. 8. Peer rating average (5 / 20) – range 1-5

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