Final Presentation

Due: Dec 14 by 11:59pm

Weight: This assignment is worth 8% of your final grade.

Assessment: Your submission will be assessed using the rubric at the bottom of this page.

Prepare a 10-minute presentation of your findings in your final report. You may choose to either present your presentation live in class on December 14, 2022 or pre-record your video to watch in class. Each team should prepare to answer questions from the audience during class. As always, you may call in to class on Zoom if you cannot be present in person, but I do expect everyone to be present (in person or virtually) for your presentation. Below is a list of specific items your presentation should include.

1. Format

  • Your presentation should be no longer than 10 minutes in length.
  • Each team member must present at least one slide.
  • You may use as many slides as you feel helps you communicate your ideas (but keep the 10 minute limit in mind).
  • Your title slide should include the project title, team member names, and the presentation date: December 15, 2021.
  • All slides should be numbered in the bottom-left or bottom-right corners.
  • Review the slide design guidelines discussed in class as a check list when designing your slides.

2. Content

Your slides do not need to include the detailed code used to conduct your analysis - that should be accessible from your report. Rather, the purpose of your presentation is to present the “big picture” overview and results from your project. You should discuss:

  1. An introduction of your product / policy (similar to the introduction in your report).
  2. A brief overview of your survey:
    • At least one slide depicting an example choice question
    • At least one slide with some summary stats about your sample (e.g., sample size, etc.)
  3. Your main findings:
    • Polished charts of WTP, market simulations, sensitivity analyses.
    • Your recommendations based on your findings.

3. Publish and submit

If you chose to pre-record your video, publish it somewhere on the web (e.g. via Youtube, Vimeo, etc.). This will make it easier to share your presentation video during class presentations. Only one team member needs to publish the video.

Create a zip file of everything you used to make your presentation (e.g. .ppt slides) . Name your file, then go to your team Box folder and submit your zip file in the “submissions” folder. Only one person from your team should submit the report.

If you recorded your video, also send a link to the published video in a DM to Professor Helveston on slack

Grading Rubric

35 Total Points

Category Excellent Good Needs work
Slide Design 10 / 9
Slides are well-designed and well-organized to effectively communicate a coherent story on the project findings; design guidelines are followed.
8 / 7 / 6
Slides are largely well-designed and well-organized, but some include distracting or confusing elements; story is not fully coherent; design guidelinees are mostly followed.
5 / 4 / 3
Slides are poorly-designed and organized; frequent use of bullets and lots of text; story is poorly developed and / or does not clearly communicate findings; design guidelines are largely ignored.
Content 15 / 14
All required content is included, including a clear and concise introduction, an overview of the survey, and clear results with well-designed figures that communicate findings and recommendations.
13 / 12
Most required content is included, including an introduction, an overview of the survey, and results with well-designed figures that communicate findings and recommendations. Some charts may be sub-par and unclear, and some recommendations may not be clearly connected to the research results.
11 / 10 / 9
Multiple required content elements are missing, including an introduction, an overview of the survey, and results with figures that communicate findings and recommendations. Most charts are unclear and recommendations are not be connected to or supported by the research results.
Communication 10 / 9
Engaging speaking; all team members participate; findings and recommendations clearly presented; adequately responsed to audience questions.
8 / 7 / 6
Speaking is somewhat engaging; most team members participated; findings and recommendations presented but some unclear; responsed to audience questions, but did not fully answer question(s).
5 / 4 / 3
Speaking is not engaging; not all team members participate; findings and recommendations are poorly presented and / or not justified by presented results; poor responses to audience questions.