E-Portfolio PowerPoint Presentation (PPT) Assignment
Guidelines with Scoring Rubric
This assignment is designed to help students
- Develop an appreciation for informatics, basic skills and knowledge required in practice settings.Students will discuss the e-portfolio and it uses, provide examples of items in an e-portfolio along with challenges and future uses.
Through this assignment, the student will demonstrate the following ability.
4: Exemplify professional values and scholarship to support professional and personal development. (PO 3, 4)
5: Explore the roles, competencies and skills, including cultural humility, associated with nursing informatics while collaborating as part of the healthcare team. (PO 3, 5)
7: Explore trends and issues in NI and their impact on nursing practice in all domains, including cultural humility and person-centered care. (PO 2, 5)
Due Date: Sunday 11:59 p.m. MT at the end of Week 3.
Total Points Possible: 200
The student will read the assigned readings pertaining to the e-portfolio, as well as research the topic. The student will define an e-portfolio for the graduate student and for an advanced practice nurse. The PowerPoint slide presentation will include discussion of the importance and purpose of developing and using an e-portfolio as a graduate student, then identify and discuss items that should be in included in an e-portfolio per the grading rubric. The student will provide six (6) examples of items that would be included in their e-portfolio. The presentation will conclude with a summary and recommendations on how the student will use the e-portfolio as an advanced practice nurse (APN) in the future.
Preparing the Presentation
- Must be a professional, scholarly prepared PowerPoint presentation of 8-10 slides including at least five scholarly references.
2.You should have at least 8-10 slides, not including the title slide and reference slides.
- Speaker notes are present for each slide. It is important to note that if you could not give your presentation and someone would have to stand in for you, he or she would need to know what you were going to say. Use the speaker-notes section so that someone may step in for you and not miss a beat.
8. Grammar, spelling, punctuation, and citations are consistent with formal academic writing.