INF388R: Capstone Presentation
CAPSTONE PRESENTATION GUIDELINES
Capstone Presentation Requirements
Students enrolled in the School Library Practicum must give a capstone poster session presentation to the school faculty, students, and guests. This will be scheduled sometimes during the last week of classes during a semester. It is generally scheduled during the day, so if you work you will need to plan for this. The staff member in charge of this is Dr. Carla Criner, Assistant Dean. Contact her with any specific questions about the presentation requirement and timeframe. In general, here are some guidelines:
1) Poster session presentations must conform to the standards expectations of an IS presentation. This generally requires a standard format in terms of size and types of information to present. The presentation is to be introduced by a brief summary and invitation to view the poster Guidelines are available at:
2) Try and attend one of the training sessions that are generally offered by Dr. Criner's office.
3) In general, the format should include:
Statement of course objectives
Description of major educative activities (consultations with teachers, presentations of story hours and booktalks, lessons delivered before classes, etc.)
Description of Problem-Solving Assignment
4) Make your presentation visually interesting by providing graphics (including photographs, handouts, and other items that you feel will enhance your presentation. Make sure that all photographs of students and faculty follow school guidelines and directives.
5) The following diagram gives some basic suggestions as a presentation format to follow:
Last Modified: January 13 2007 17:20:20.