Title: Final Research Project Presentation
The final research project presentation serves as an opportunity to present the completed project to a supportive peer audience. This presentation can be in the form of a PowerPoint (PPT) or Poster Board Template and should include the primary theory or claim being defended, the research upon which the position is based, and the major supporting arguments. The presentation can make use of the information submitted in previous assignments for the course. The abstract should provide a concise summary of the key points of the research, including the research topic, questions, participants, methods, results, data analysis, and conclusions. It may also include implications and future work connected to the findings. The abstract should be a single paragraph, double-spaced, and between 150 and 250 words.
Brief Description of the General Problem Statement and Specific Problem Statement:
In assignment #1, a general problem statement and a specific problem statement were proposed. The general problem statement provides an overview of the broader issue being addressed, while the specific problem statement narrows the focus to a specific aspect within the broader issue.
The research questions proposed in assignment #1 should be listed as part of the presentation. These questions guide the research and provide a framework for investigation and analysis.
Discussion of Literature Review Concepts:
In assignment #2, a literature review was conducted to identify and analyze relevant scholarly articles and studies related to the research topic. A brief discussion of the literature review concepts should be included in the presentation. This discussion should highlight the key concepts and findings from the literature review.
Discussion of Methods:
Assignment #3 focused on the methods used to collect data and analyze it. A brief discussion of the methods employed should be included in the presentation. This discussion should outline the research design, data collection procedures, and data analysis techniques utilized.
Discussion of Findings:
Assignment #4 involved the presentation of the research findings. In the final research project presentation, a brief discussion of the findings should be provided. This discussion should summarize the key findings and their implications.
Discussion of Limitations:
Also outlined in assignment #4 were the limitations of the research project. These limitations should be briefly discussed in the presentation. This discussion should acknowledge any potential weaknesses or constraints that may have impacted the research outcomes.
The conclusion of the research project, as proposed in assignment #4, should be summarized in the presentation. This conclusion should provide a cohesive and concise summary of the research, highlighting the main findings and their significance.
A reflection statement should be included in the presentation, summarizing the researcher’s thoughts on the project. This statement should address aspects such as pride in completing the research, challenges encountered, advantages and disadvantages experienced, potential methods of communicating the research results to the chosen audience, hopes for the future of the research project, and other relevant reflections.
List of Potential Peer-Review Journals:
As part of the presentation, a list of potential peer-review journals where the abstract or manuscript may be published should be provided. This list can be derived from the chapters 34-36 of the required textbook for the course and should include website references for each journal.
Finally, the presentation should include a minimum of five references in APA format. These references should correspond to the sources consulted throughout the research project and should be properly cited according to APA guidelines.
Example of the Presentation:
An example presentation can be provided as a reference for formatting and content considerations. This example can serve as a guide for organizing and structuring the final research project presentation.