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It’s time to submit your third and last project in the course! Consult the Multimedia Presentation Submission Handout PDF to help you conduct a final review of all the work you have completed on your multimedia presentation and make any necessary final edits.
After completing your final review of your presentation, upload the complete PowerPoint presentation file, Prezi link, or Microsoft Word document for instructor feedback.

To complete this assignment, review the Project 3 Multimedia Presentation Guidelines and Rubric PDF document.1

HIS 100 Multimedia Presentation Submission Handout

For Project 3, you had the choice of three tools to use—Prezi, PowerPoint, and Microsoft Word—to
develop a multimedia presentation about historical lenses and the value of studying history. Now that
it is almost time for you to submit your presentation, take a moment to review this document and
make sure that you are ready to go.

Submission Checklist
No matter the format of your multimedia presentation, you should check that:

 The text in your presentation is free of errors related to:
o Citations
o Grammar
o Spelling
o Syntax
o Organization

 The layout of your presentation looks professional and is easy to read.
 Your presentation responds to the critical elements in the Project 3 rubric.
 Your presentation meets the Guidelines for Submission in the Project 3 rubric.
 Your presentation includes sufficient visuals and/or audio elements to engage your audience.
 The audio for your presentation is working when you view it (if you have included audio

elements).

Submission Tips
After completing the submission checklist, read the tips for uploading and submitting your multimedia
presentation in Brightspace based on the tool you used to create your presentation.

Prezi
1. In Edit mode, click the “Share” icon at the top of the page. This will help you create a link to your
presentation. Then click “Share Prezi…” 2. After the new window appears, click the “Copy link” button to
copy a direct link to your presentation into your clipboard. 3. When you enter the Assignment
Submission page for Project 3, click the “Write Submission” button and paste the direct link to your Prezi
in the text field below.

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PowerPoint
Follow the instructions on the Microsoft Support page to compress your presentation as a zipped file.
Upload the zipped file to the Assignment Submission page for Project 3. Reducing the size of the
PowerPoint presentation file makes it easier for your instructor to download and grade.

Microsoft Word
You may submit your Microsoft Word file as you would a regular assignment. You may wish to convert
your Microsoft Word file to a PDF prior to submitting to preserve your formatting when you submit it.
Follow the instructions on the Microsoft Support page to save your Microsoft Word file to a PDF.
Upload the PDF or Microsoft Word document to the Assignment Submission page for Project 3.

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HIS 100 Project 3 Multimedia Presentation Guidelines and Rubric

Overview
“If you want to understand today, you have to search yesterday.”

—Pearl Buck

Your final longer-term project in this course is to complete a multimedia presentation. The work you did on the Topic Exploration Worksheet in Module Two and
the historical context and introduction in Module Six will directly support your work on this project.

One of the prime benefits of studying history is that it allows us to learn about who we are and where we came from. The people and events of the past can
often shed light on the conditions and social norms of the present. Having historical awareness can inform various aspects of your life as well as future
aspirations. Learning from past failures and successes can shape ideals and values for years to come.

This final longer-term project is designed to help you understand the fundamental processes and value of studying history. In the first project, you completed
the Topic Exploration Worksheet on one of the topics or themes from the library guide. You investigated the types of research you might need to do to learn
more about the topic and developed research questions. In Project 2, you used this worksheet to complete a research plan and introduction. You selected one of
your research questions and did some secondary-source research, speculated on primary source needs, and used the information to write the introduction and
thesis statement for a possible research paper.

In this third project, you will create a multimedia presentation that explores both major developments in historical inquiry and the value of examining history.

This assessment addresses the following course outcomes:

 Investigate major developments in the progression of historical inquiry for informing critical questions related to historical narrative

 Articulate the value of examining historical events for their impact on contemporary issues

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Prompt
Now that you have done some research with primary and secondary sources (using sources from the library guide for your chosen topic) and written an
introduction for a possible history paper, you will turn your attention to thinking about the creation and value of historical inquiry. You will use the research you
have done throughout this course, as well as course materials, to inform your thoughts. To present your opinions and observations, you will create a multimedia
presentation (using a presentation tool such as PowerPoint or Prezi) that addresses the following critical elements. While these questions may seem “big,”
remember that you are addressing them in a presentation, not a paper, and can use bullet points, visuals, or other methods. These critical elements will be
evaluated from the information you provide in your multimedia presentation. Note: If using Prezi, be sure to include a Word document with notes. If using
PowerPoint, be sure to use the speaker

  
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