Information systems, digital literacy, and Microsoft Office tools.

Information systems, digital literacy, and Microsoft Office tools.

In this assignment, you will use Microsoft PowerPoint to create a multimedia presentation showcasing what you have learned in this course about c information systems, digital literacy, and Microsoft Office tools.

Assignment Requirement:

To successfully complete this assignment, submit a Microsoft PowerPoint template that includes the required information and edits.

Steps:

  1. Review the Assignment 3 Sample to see a completed version of this assignment for reference. Note: You may not copy any information from this sample into your own assignment. Select the “Read-Only” option when the password window appears as you open this sample.
  2. Download the Assignment 3 Template (with directions inside). You will complete and submit your assignment on this template.
  3. Follow the directions that are listed in the template.
  4. Submit your assignment through the submission button.

Details That Will Be Inside the Template:

  • Slide 1: Edit the title slide to include your name, date, the course ID and course title, the assignment title, and a relevant graphic.
  • Slide 2: Create one (1) slide describing the main Information Systems terms and concepts you learned from this course.
    • Add the three bullet points on the slide.
    • Add one sub-bullet for each first level item.
    • Change the font color to a color of choice.
  • Slide 3: Create one (1) slide describing the main things you learned about using the Internet from this course.
    • Add the three bullet points.
    • Add sub-bullets if needed.
    • Insert a relevant, high quality graphic or image in the slide.
  • Slide 4: Create one (1) slide describing the main things you learned about academic integrity, ethics, and plagiarism from this course.
    • Add the three bullet points.
    • Add sub-bullets if needed.
    • Insert a relevant, high quality graphic or image in the slide.
    • Insert an entrance and exit animation of any type (ex: Fade, Fly In, etc.) in this slide.
  • Slide 5: Create one (1) slide describing the main things you learned about managing digital assets from this course.
    • Add the three bullet points.
    • Add sub-bullets if needed.
    • Insert a hyperlink to an outside source in this slide.
  • Slide 6: Create one (1) slide describing the top skills you learned from the Microsoft Word portion of this course.
    • Add the three bullet points.
    • Change the bullet style.
  • Slide 7: Create one (1) slide describing the top skills you learned from the Microsoft Excel portion of this course.
    • Add the three bullet points.
    • Add sub-bullets if needed.
    • Change the bullet style to a numbered list.
    • Insert a relevant chart, table, or SmartArt element into the slide. For example, you could add a bar chart to the slide on Excel in which you rate the Microsoft Excel skills you learned in this course in terms of difficulty or usefulness.
  • Slide 8: Create one (1) slide describing the top skills you learned from the Microsoft PowerPoint portion of this course.
    • Add the three bullet points.
    • Add sub-bullets if needed.
    • Change the bullet style to a numbered list.
  • Slide 9: Create one (1) slide describing the main things you learned about social media from this course.
    • Add the three bullet points.
    • Add sub-bullets if needed.
    • Insert a relevant, high quality graphic or image in the slide.
  • Slide 10: Create one (1) slide describing one of your personal or professional accomplishments and milestones for this term (aside from taking this course).
    • Add the three bullet points.
    • Add one sub-bullet for each bullet point.
  • Slide 11: Create the conclusion slide identifying how you can use the tools, skills, and knowledge you gained in this course going forward.
    • Add the three bullet points.
    • Add one sub-bullet for each bullet point.

Customize ALL slides:

  • Insert a transition of any type (ex. Cut, Fade, Push, etc.) into ALL of the slides in your presentation. Make the duration of this transition shorter than the default transition time.
  • Insert text into the Notes section of each slide indicating what you would consider saying when presenting your content. Note: Students should check with their instructors to see if they will need to present to the class.
  • Organize the presentation so that the information is clear and visually appealing.
  • Record your own audio narration on Slide 1 through Slide 10 as well as text narration in the Speaker Notes bottom area of each slide.
  • Posted: 4 Hours Ago
  • Due
  • Budget:  $20
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