Module 1
Ask Good Questions
Module 2
Finding Information
Module 3
Selecting the Best
Module 4
Putting it Together
Module 5
Your Presentation
Module 6
Making the Grade

Now that you have found references, taken notes and organized your information, you are ready to present your findings. 

You will need to choose the best way to present to your audience. Here are some types of presentations and what you need to consider as you prepare your presentation.

Directions:  Begin by working through #1. Then review #2 through #5 and choose the best option to present your research findings.

#1

In school, on the job, or when volunteering, be sure you understand what is needed before you prepare your presentation.  Read some hints on Understanding Assignments  and then determine the type of presentation you will develop. 

Below are some choices with links to examples. Review each of these for future reference.

#2 choose icon

Formal research paper. The two most popular formal research paper styles are Modern Language Association (MLA) and American Psychological Association (APA). Here are example papers in these two styles.

#3 choose icon

Visual presentation such as a video or slide presentation. Here are example presentations.

#4 choose icon

Audio presentation such as a speech, podcast or Voicethread

#5 choose icon

Infographic presentation which is a graphic visual representation

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