how original data would likely be acquired. Instructions
For this assignment, you have the option to create a PowerPoint presentation (with accompanying audio components/portions) or a YouTube video to address each aspect of your research proposal components. Your PowerPoint should include at least six audio-enhanced slides (not counting the title and reference slides) or a YouTube video that should be at least four minutes long.
This can include, but is not limited to, the information listed below:
- how original data would likely be acquired,
- how you would acquire further information,
- how data would be analyzed,
- which tests of statistical significance should be employed,
- internal validity, and
- external validity.
These are the components that you wrote about in the Unit VII Assignment, but for this unit, you are providing the information in a presentation or video format. Remember that you are not actually collecting the data or making analysis and are instead discussing the techniques that you would incorporate in this portion of your proposal. Be sure to address any feedback you received from your instructor for the Unit VII Assignment. You should include at least the aforementioned six components, and the discussion related to each portion should include a recorded oral explanation (no less than 35 seconds each).
If you choose to create a PowerPoint presentation, use the slide notes function to elaborate on the information on each slide. Additionally, your PowerPoint presentation must also include the previously mentioned audio components to correspond with each mission statement component.
If you choose to record and upload a video to YouTube, include your transcript of the video in a Word document, and at the top of the Word document, you will insert the URL for your YouTube video so it can be easily accessed by the professor. The written portions (i.e., the slide notes or the Word document) should only provide necessary information to supplement the audio portions. Graphics and/or visual aids are not required.