Proposal & Presentation Guidelines The final two assignments for this class are a proposal, and an accompanying presentation based on that proposal. Proposal: The proposal will have all of the specific details your audience needs to make a decision, while the presentation will summarize the key points in a visually attractive format. Follow the directions for “Collaborative Project: Improving Campus” at the end of chapter 9. Keep in mind that you do not necessarily have to be a campus-based student to provide these insights. Note: The 3rd edition does not have this case study. For ALL students you can do you proposal on improving any organization and you are not limited to a college campus. While the example in the textbook uses the first person we because it is a company proposal and implies that a team would be meeting the client’s need, remember that as a student, you would be making your proposal on your own and you really do not have much authority or clout in this matter, but a good idea is still a good idea. Put the focus on the proposal and not on yourself (with phrases such as I recommend and I propose). Use phrases such as The college needs to . . . or The college should . . . Required Length for the Proposal: Approximately 2000-2500 words (4 to 5 pages of text, Times New Roman 12-point font, single-spaced); visuals, graphics, and references are not counted as part of the 4 to 5 pages of the proposal. The proposal should include all of the elements shown on “Quick Start Proposal” in chapter 9. Costs for your proposed project must be researched, be realistic estimates supported by sources, and be itemized for each proposed renovation or improvement. A minimum of five sources is required while at least two of them cannot be directly from the Internet (other than those from library databases). Cite them correctly using APA or MLA format. Your paper will be checked for plagiarism using SafeAssign. Plagiarized papers, whether intentional or simply due to ignorance will receive a total grade of zero. Presentation: The required length for the Presentation is 8-10 slides. Use a presentation software to create these slides. Your slides should show an evident relationship to your proposal either through accompanying note copy or copy of the slide itself. Note: Word count and slide minimums not met will be deducted proportionately from the grade. Make CTC Library’s online databases your first stop for research. You can access these databases anywhere, anytime through the CTC website at https://www.ctcd.edu/academics/library/. Item
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