Assignment Library Tag: Presentation

Historic Design Inspiration Board

Description The assignment introduces first semester students to the research and analytical skills required to create a visual storyboard or mood board. Students undertake a trip to a medieval museum collection and research material on an artifact of their choice. They create a storyboard from the images and analyze them for color, mood and texture,… Read more »

Capstone Manuscript Speech

Description Each student takes an academic research paper that they completed for an upper division major course and turns it into a 4-6 minute manuscript speech for a general audience which is recorded and aired via our local Access television or radio station for a period of 4 weeks and then archived on the Community… Read more »

Audio/Video Production Capstone Project

Description This assignment is one of the deliverable options required of students enrolled in the Senior Seminar II capstone course. It is designed to assess student mastery of content in the communication major associated with mass communication, message construction, audience awareness, and production skills and abilities. It also seeks to assess students’ critical thinking skills… Read more »

Design and Color Trend Development

Description This assignment requires students to create a trend book (multi-page storyboard) and develop a design collection based on the book. Students scan the environment to discover a current theme that is influencing society. Students gather and evaluate information across multiple and diverse resources to identify, define and defend a current trend and color story.… Read more »

Group Project: Quantitative Literacy – Data Analysis

Description This assignment is used in Introduction to Criminal Justice, about five weeks into the semester when students have been introduced to a number of key concepts in the field, including the national crime rate, sociological factors impacting criminal activity and crime mapping.  It is a group project and requires that students demonstrate computer/information literacy–a… Read more »