Narrated Power Point Presentation

Narrated Power Point Presentation: You will create a power point presentation that includes voice narration. The topic does not matter as long as it is business related.

You will be graded on professionalism of the graphics and quality of the narration which includes tone, smoothness, and professional level grammar and diction. The presentation should be about 5 minute long and not over 10 minutes in any circumstance.

Additionally, you must include a minimum of five scholarly resources in your presentation. These scholarly resources MUST come from the library database. Instructions for accessing the database are listed following the narration instructions. The sources MUST be parenthetically cited throughout the presentation and included in a reference slide to be included in the presentation. The formatting for the references will follow APA 6th edition formatting standards. Please note that failure to include any references will be a 50 point deduction. In addition to this requirement failure to properly cite a reference parenthetically and in the reference list will result in a 50 point deduction. This means copy and pasting a link at the end of the submission is NOT acceptable under any circumstances. Failure to use sources from the database will result in a 50 point deduction. Websites are not sufficient scholarly reference to be included in the submission.

Please note that your project must be submitted in power point format no other formats (e.g. MP 4, WAV, AIFF, etc.) will be accepted. This will result in an automatic zero. If you have an Apple or Mac computer you will need to work on the project in the library or on a different computer that has power point. Otherwise you will run into conversion problems. If you project is not submitted by the given due date the result is an automatic zero. All submissions must go through Canvas, not email submission will be accepted under any circumstances. For clarity if your project is not submitted through Canvas and you email me a copy of the project the outcome is a zero.

Instructions for Adding Narration

When you record a narration, you run through the presentation and record on each slide. You can pause and resume recording.

In Normal view, select the slide that you want to start the recording on.
On the Slide Show tab, in the Set Up group, click Record Narration .
Click Set Microphone Level, follow the directions to set your microphone level, and then click OK.
Do one of the following:
To embed (embedded object: Information (object) contained in a source file and inserted into a destination file. Once embedded, the object becomes part of the destination file. Changes you make to the embedded object are reflected in the destination file.) the narration, click OK.
To link the narration, select the Link narrations in check box, click Browse, click a folder in the list, and then click Select.
Tip To prevent possible problems, use the same folder that your presentation is saved in.

If you selected the first slide to begin the recording on, go to step 6.
If you selected a different slide to begin the recording on, the Record Narration dialog box appears. Do one of the following:
To start the narration on the first slide in the presentation, click First Slide.
To start the narration on the currently selected slide, click Current Slide.
In Slide Show view, speak the narrative text into the microphone, and then click the slide to advance to the next slide. Follow this process for each slide that you want to add narration to.
Tip To pause or resume the narration, right-click the slide, and then on the shortcut menu (shortcut menu: A menu that shows a list of commands relevant to a particular item. To display a shortcut menu, right-click an item or press SHIFT+F10.), click either Pause Narration or Resume Narration.

Click the black Exit screen.
The narration is automatically saved, and a message appears asking if you want to save the timings for the presentation as well. Do one of the following:
To save the timings, click Save. Your slides appear in Slide Sorter view, with the slide timings shown below each slide.
To cancel the timings, click Don’t Save. (You can record the timings separately (Links to an external site.).)
Note Voice narration takes precedence over other sounds, and only one sound can play at a time in a presentation. As a result, other sounds that are set to play automatically in a presentation are overridden by a narration and will not play. However, sounds that are set to play when clicked will still play when you click them.

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