Annotated Bibliography and a narrated power point related to the bibliography

Annotated Bibliography and a narrated power point related to the bibliography

Assignment overview:
Every UF100 course includes a digital project that is designed to develop the ability to address an unstructured or ambiguous problem. In Working: Expectations & Experiences we have discussed many work(ing) related topics. This is your chance to dig more deeply into one of those topics as it relates to YOUR life and interests and to present your critically informed perspective to your instructors and peers.
There are two parts to the assignment:
1. An annotated bibliography (CRAAP analysis of each source) demonstrating that you have built your project upon a soundly researched foundation and developed your ideas through critical inquiry.
2. A five minute Power Point presentation with up to 20 slides to be narrated and linked to your ePortfolio.
How you should conduct this project (step-by-step instructions):
Topic Selection
1. Plan ahead. Decide upon a topic well in advance of the project deadline (due in W13 CI part I on April 14th). Topics we are discussing this semester are included in the schedule of classes located in the syllabus.
2. Your topic must be drawn from the course themes. Explore an idea that starts with something we discussed and branches off in a new and unique direction.
Annotated Bibliography (CRAAP Analysis)
You will need to turn in an annotated bibliography that provides evidence of the research you conducted to create the narrated Power Point presentation on your topic. Your annotated bibliography demonstrates your growing skills in critical inquiry. The document must include:
1. Statement explaining your project topic and what you intend to communicate to your peers (primary message and at least three sub-points)
2. A minimum of 5 sources that you have examined and deemed reliable based on the library’s CRAAP criteria. You must include at least two of the sources that are peer reviewed.
3. For each source write:
a. MLA formatted citation.
b. Main point of the article or source written in your own words.
c. An analysis of the Currency, Relevance, Authority, Accuracy, and Purpose of each source. See the Library resources for how to assess these criteria.
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The following is an example of one annotated bibliography entry from a former UF 100 student. You will follow these steps for EACH source you cite. Follow this format for your entries:
Buettner, Dan. “Are Extroverts Happier Than Introverts?” Psychology Today. 14 May 2012. Web. 26 April 2014.
? Main Point: The main point of this article is that there’s no clear answer to the question “are extroverts happier than introverts?” The article parses the differences between the personality types and identifies situational factors and careers that can contribute to happiness for each type.
? Currency: This article was posted in 2012, making it relatively current.
? Relevance: The areas of this article that are most relevant to my project are those that highlight careers that would make a good fit for introverts. The author lists “scientists, writers, and artists” as accommodating titles for introverts.
? Authority: While this work is not peer-reviewed, and the author is not an expert in the field of personality psychology, he is a recognized researcher and author who, prior to this article, completed a five-year global study on personal happiness.
? Accuracy: This article does not cite its sources and is not peer reviewed so it cannot be confirmed as accurate. It can, however, be considered to be influenced by the author’s research into personal happiness.
? Purpose: This article was published on Psychology Today’s website, so I believe the target audience to be professionals in the field of psychology as well as those interested in psychology. Specifically, it speaks to those interested in learning more about personality types or employing personality type analysis mechanisms like the Meyers-Briggs test (which is referenced at the end of the article). My purpose is to share the suggested careers for introverts.
Repeat these steps for each citation.
Narrated Power Point
There are many contemporary examples (TED, Corporate keynote speeches, Ignite talks) of individuals using oral and visual communication to share an important/interesting idea and then digitizing (video, vimeo, etc.) the presentation to share with secondary audiences. In our class we are going to use the Ignite model which includes making a 5 minute presentation on a single topic or idea and using up to 20 Power Point slides.
1. You need to include citations in the notes section of the slide when you are drawing on the information from those sources.
2. You need to cite images that you use on your slides as we’ve done in the team presentations.
3. You must reference your sources as you speak about them in the presentation.
4. You must include a bibliographical reference list slide at the end of your presentation (just the citations in MLA format from your annotated bibliography, not the CRAAP analysis portion).
Detailed instructions for how to produce a narrated Power Point file are in the Digital Project assignment folder in Bb. They can also be found at the following locations: Instructions for Windows-based systems, instructions for Apple-based systems.
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Turning it in:
1. The Annotated Bibliography must be saved as a Word document (.doc or .docx) and uploaded to the Digital Project Annotated Bibliography assignment section on Blackboard for SafeAssign evaluation. No other file formats will be opened nor graded.
2. In addition, in your ePortfolio (Digication), go to the Narrated Power Point & Annotated Bibliography section we already created.
a. Create a page in this section for your Annotated Bibliography. You will copy/paste your bibliography text into a Rich Text module or upload a .pdf of your assignment into an Image/Video/Audio module on this page.
b. Create a page in this section for your Narrated Power Point.
i. IF YOUR NARRATED POWERPOINT IS smaller than 20MB: You will need to create a Rich Text module on this page to attach your Narrated Power Point. Use the “insert file” feature in the Rich Text module to attach your file.
ii. IF YOUR NARRATED POWERPOINT IS bigger than 20MB: Once you have created your narrated slide show in PowerPoint, you will need to do the following due to file size limitations in Digication.
1. Go to the “File” tab in PowerPoint.
2. Select “Export” from the options on the left side of the screen.
3. From the Export screen, select “Create a Video”.
4. Select “Create Video” icon and wait (this can take 20-30 minutes to make a video).
5. Note the location of your new file. You will see the same file name as your Power Point with an mp4 extension (example filename.mp4)
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iii. Once you have created the video: Go to your Narrated PowerPoint page in your ePortfolio.
1. Add an Image/Video/Audio module to embed your video.
2. In that module, select “Replace This Media with Large Video (Beta).
3. Follow the directions in the popup window by browsing for your .mp4 file and uploading it to Digication.
4. Once it is done uploading, you may publish the page and test the video module.
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Grading:
The assignment will be graded based on the rubric attached to the assignment on Blackboard.
Assignment Criteria
Points possible
Annotated Bibliography
Topic selection submitted during W13 CI part I (due 4/14 by 4:30pm)
10
Main Point: For each source, describes the focus of the source in own words.
25
Collects and organizes appropriate resources to support the presentation: Includes two required Peer Reviewed sources.
25
Evaluative Reasoning: Evaluates the value of the sources using the CRAAP process
25
Grammar and Mechanics. Document is well designed and carefully written. Citations are correctly written using MLA format.
15 SUBTOTAL 100
Ignite-Type PowerPoint Presentation
Applies the “Presentation Zen” style appropriately.
20
Message: Orally and visually develops a central message that is clearly and consistently stated and supported.
20
Organization: Uses an organizational pattern that is clearly and consistently observable and supports the listener’s comprehension.
15
Language: Makes appropriate language choices for the audience and occasion
20
Audio/Delivery: Uses delivery techniques that make the presentation interesting, understandable, and displays the speaker’s preparation. Audio quality is high enough for easy listening with no distracting background noises.
15
Meets criteria for length: Presentation is 5 minutes in length. Submitted to ePortfolio (Digication) properly.
10 SUBTOTAL 100

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