Existing or emerging IT technology and its related ethical issues

PowerPoint C3 – Presentation of research on existing or emerging IT-related technology and related ethical issues (15%)

 

This assignment is a continuation of the individual activity (C1 and C 2-ATTACHED) on researching an existing or emerging IT technology and its related ethical issues.

 

Work on this assignment is a continuation of the individual activity (C1) on researching an existing or emerging IT technology and its related ethical issues. To satisfy this assignment, each student will prepare a Presentation based on individual topic submitted as Paper C1 and C2 (the synopsis version should make this easier)

 

The presentation will be developed using MS Office PowerPoint and should include:

  • 1 Introductory slides providing an overview of the topic selected and rationale for selection
  • 5 slides providing research results on emerging technologies and related issues
  • 2 slides on summary/conclusion
  • Use the notes section to elaborate on your major bullet topics

The following reference/source may further help in developing this PowerPoint presentation.  Moreover, be sure to use brief statements in your slides—word-bites—bullets that show some hierarchy of importance.  See:  How to Excel at Briefing Senior Executives:  http://www.melissalewis.com/articles/A-Briefings.pdf

Use the notes portion of PowerPoint to elaborate on key points as needed. Remember to cite sources using proper APA format and provide direct link. Ensure that your source comes from a reputable source. Do NOT submit research taken from Wikipedia sources, blogs, or sources with no date and/or author. Please refer to the course syllabus for the due date. Once all presentations are posted, there will be a follow-on conference where students can comment and remark on each presentation. This is to be done in a respectful manner and is meant to provide students with positive and constructive feedback, and have the class benefit from different research topics and conclusions.