Module 1
Ask Good Questions
Module 2
Finding Information
Module 3
Selecting the Best
Module 4
Putting it Together
Module 5
Your Presentation
Module 6
Making the Grade

Sometimes in presentations you use mutiple presentation formats.  For instance, you might have an assignment where you work with a group on a presentation for your class or your business partners.  The group presentation might have a video, a PowerPoint and an infographic as well as a written paper discussing your findings.

Directions:  Review your assignment requirements. Then investigate the presentation tools in #1 through #6 below.  Choose the tool(s) that work best for your project or presentation. 


Write a formal research paper.

  • Write to keep the reader's interest.  Here are a few hints on writing:
  • Are you writing your paper using Microsoft Word?  Check the tutorials in Ohio Means Jobs under Computer Skills in the Business Software Skills to learn how to include images, graphs, charts, tables and references in your research paper.
  • If you have a particular research style assigned, be sure to follow the style requirements.  Click here for guides from Purdue on three popular research paper styles: MLA, APA, and Chicago.

Create a visual presentation using Animoto or Masher


Create a slideshow using PowerPoint, Prezi or Projeqt


Create an audio presentation using Podcast or Voicethread


Create a poster using Glogster


Create an Infographic.

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