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How to Do Research for Middle and High School Students
Sometimes the final product of research will include an oral or visual component as well as the written paper. At other times, the final product will simply be an oral presentation or visual product. These may include digital media, timelines, 3D art, posters, newspapers, mixed media, web page, poems, photographic collages and videos. This module will provide tips to follow when presenting your research findings orally, visually or both.
What should I consider when determining the information I need to convey?
Your audience - overview from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Writing Center
Getting started with digital assignments - an overview of considerations from University of Louisville Writing Center
What vehicle can I use to best accomplish transferring the information I have gathered to my audience?
Potential tools to use for creating presentations - recommendations from Common Sense Education
Copyright overview: using images - quick course from University of Kentucky Libraries
Visuals and images - search the Creative Commons library
Public speaking and class presentations - overview with a checklist for success from Lumen Learning
Giving an oral presentation - overview from University of Southern California