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Generate a PowerPoint presentation about your EBP project grant proposal

Instructions

Generate a PowerPoint presentation about your EBP project grant proposal. Imagine you are meeting with a grant funding agency and you need to sell them your project and why it is important. Refer to the instructions on how to generate an audiovisual presentation. This recording should be a minimum of five minutes long and not exceed 15 minutes.

To record your video, use Zoom, Skype, or your personal preference and follow these create an unlisted YouTube video instructions:

  • For this assignment, submit your YouTube video url. The best way to do this is to copy and paste the hyperlink url for the YouTube video into a Word document. Your faculty will access your video via the link.
  • Do not upload a video file (mp4).

Please include the following in your presentation:

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  • Introduce yourself
  • Title
  • Background
  • Purpose
  • Gaps that your project aims to address
  • Proposed project methodology (i.e., research method, research design, sampling method, participant recruitment, and so on)
  • Significance to the field of nursing
  • Innovation
  • Describe why your proposal should be funded (assume there is only one grant available)

Follow APA and grammatical/punctuation expectations throughout the presentation.

Please refer to the Grading Rubric for details on how this activity will be graded.

 

Visual Learning Presentation

Note: Scholarly resources are defined as evidence-based practice, peer-reviewed journals; textbook (do not rely solely on your textbook as a reference); and National Standard Guidelines. Make sure to review the assignment instructions for any required components that are not listed within the rubric.

Visual Learning Presentation – 100 PointsCriteriaExemplary
Exceeds ExpectationsAdvanced
Meets ExpectationsIntermediate
Needs ImprovementNovice
InadequateTotal PointsContent and FocusIn addition to meeting the expectations, clear examples supported by course content and references articulate the relationship to the focus of the assignment along with the implications to the role of an APRN and the profession of nursing.

Cites three or more references, using at least one new scholarly resource that was not provided in the course materials.

All instruction requirements noted.

40 pointsComponents of the visual assignment are topic focused and accurately and thoroughly presented via use of evidence-based practice, ethics, theory, and/or role content.

Cites two references.

All instruction requirements noted.

35 pointsComponents are mostly accurate and/or ideas may be overstated with minimal contribution to the subject matter.

Minimal application to evidence-based practice, theory, or role development.

Cites one reference, or references do not clearly support content.

31 pointsComponents do not relate to the topic of the assignment but an attempt was made to articulate a relationship, or there is no attempt to explain how the content relates to the topic or why the sources were chosen.

Absent application of evidence-based practice, theory, or role development.

Demonstrates incomplete understanding of content and/or inadequate preparation.

No references cited.

Submission is late.

27 points40Use of Critical Thinking to Analyze, Synthesize, and Apply KnowledgeBeyond meeting the expectations, the student offers a clear analysis and synthesis of content with application of knowledge through robust use of scholarly citations with critical analysis of the content and the relationship to the profession of nursing.

The knowledge gained from this assignment is synthesized to indicate a plausible path for utilization within practice as an APRN.

All instruction requirements noted.

40 pointsThe assignment submission is complete, providing evidence of synthesis of both assignment instructions and course content via application and demonstration of knowledge based on providing correct answers to all posed questions and use of scholarly resources.

Synthesizes course content using course materials and scholarly resources to support required concepts by applying content for use in professional practice as an APRN.

All instruction requirements noted.

35 pointsLacks clarification or new information. Scholarly reference supports the content without adding information or insight.

Application of knowledge is limited, demonstrated by an incorrect answer to questions posed with limited analysis or synthesis of scholarly resources. Self-reflection is limited by only alluding to a practice application.

Synthesis of course content is present but missing depth and or development.

31 pointsSubmission is primarily a summation of assignment with no further synthesis of course content or analysis of the scenario.

The assignment does not demonstrate critical evaluations of content and/or connection to sources, course content, or assignment instructions.

Application of knowledge is insufficient due to two or more incorrect answers to questions posed.

The student did not note an application to personal practice.

Demonstrates incomplete understanding of content and or inadequate preparation.

Submission is late.

27 points40Formatting of Content and Voiceover (If Applicable)Content is presented in a visually appealing manner and within the assigned length. Voiceover (if applicable) provides a verbal narrative that has clear intonation, appropriate pace of speech, and interesting inflection and animation that easily grabs the viewers’ attention.

All instruction requirements noted.

5 pointsPresentation is clean, with minimal, if any, overuse of text. Submission length is as assigned. Voiceover (if applicable) provides a verbal narrative that has clear intonation, appropriate pace of speech, and interesting inflection and animation.

All instruction requirements noted.

4 pointsThere is overuse of text. Submission length is incorrect (i.e., +/- one slide). Voiceover (if applicable) provides a verbal narrative that has intonation, pace, or inflection issues that are distracting and/or make the presentation unclear at times.

3 pointsThere is a significant overuse of text causing distractions and difficulty understanding the presentation. Voiceover (if applicable) is difficult to understand and/or follow.

Submission demonstrates inadequate preparation.

Submission is late.

2 points5OrganizationWell-organized, visually appealing content with an obvious purpose for the presentation. Creativity, use of technology, and seamless flow of the presentation material is noted.

All instruction requirements noted.

5 pointsPresentation is clean, with minimal, if any, overuse of text.

Organized content and purpose can be found within the presentation.

Argument content is developed with minimal issues in content flow.

If applicable, presentation notes are focused and allow for a seamless review of content.

Applicable medium (e.g., slide theme, transitions, and fonts, etc.) are professional and consistent.

All instruction requirements noted.

4 pointsThere is overuse of text.

Poor organization and or limited use of applicable technology interrupt the flow of ideas and distract from content. Purpose is vague or not reflective of assignment.

One instruction requirement is vague or missing.

3 pointsFrequent illogical flow of ideas with unfocused, unorganized, and missing significant content. Purpose is missing. Prose rambles.

Demonstrates incomplete understanding of content and/or inadequate preparation

Submission is late.

2 points5APA ReferencingCorrect and consistent APA formatting of citations as applicable.

With no APA errors.

5 pointsCorrect and consistent APA formatting of citations as applicable.

No more than two unique APA errors.

4 pointsMultiple applicable APA errors.

3 pointsMore than five individual APA applicable type errors, or no attempt to format in applicable APA.

Submission is late.

2 points5Grammar and SpellingThe writer correctly identifies reading audience, as demonstrated by appropriate language. Writing is concise, in active voice, and avoids awkward transitions and overuse of conjunctions.

There are no spelling, punctuation, or word-usage errors.

5 pointsThe writer demonstrates correct usage of formal English language in sentence construction.

There are minimal or no grammar, punctuation, or word-usage errors.

4 pointsThe writer occasionally uses awkward wording and demonstrates a limited understanding of formal written language use but makes an attempt to convey the correct meaning.

Multiple grammar, punctuation, or word usage errors.

3 pointsThe writer struggles with limited vocabulary and has difficulty conveying meaning such that only the broadest, most general messages are presented.

Grammar and punctuation are consistently incorrect. Spelling errors are numerous.

Submission is late.

2 points5Total Points100

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