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- 03/20/2019 at 5:13 am #2701
Topic 1: Tables and Charts
Class, I appreciate your participation in this forum. For this forum, create an original post addressing the topic(s) below, prior to midnight ET on Thursday. Continue to follow your classmates’ posts for the remainder of the week and respond to two or more of your classmates prior to midnight ET on Sunday. Your follow-up posts may add additional insights to a classmate’s opinions or may challenge posted opinions. Use examples from the readings, or from your own research to support your views as appropriate. Be sure to read the follow-up posts to your own posts and reply to any questions or requests for clarification. By the way, include the name of the person’s post you are replying to and your source for further research or reference. Thanks!
You will discuss your experience of creating and customizing tables and charts in PowerPoint 2013. Since tables and charts may be new to you, especially the options for creating them in this MS PowerPoint 2013 version. Be sure to spend some time running through the examples. You will find the possibilities are great and you may find this to be a very useful tool in displaying information. After exploring the tables and charts features, describe some real-world scenarios when you or an organization might consider using them. How might this improve an organization’s ability to present information or data? Do charts make it easy for audiences to understand complex numerical data? How do you find the balance between including too many details and focusing on the big picture? One of the keys to creating successful charts is to know which chart to pick to best convey the data. How do you determine this? How can quick styles simplify the formatting process? How do you decide whether or not to use a legend? Discuss your findings, your experiences, likes and dislikes, and the added benefits to you as well. Explain what you struggled with or what you found that was new and exciting that you plan to use personally or professionally. I want to see that you have put some thought into the discussion. Also, read and respond to AT LEAST 2 other students to show that you have learned and can also appreciate what they are describing.
Rubric for Learner Posts Points Synthesis of concepts in 250 or more words (critical to class performance) 30 Applications of personal experience 20 Writing standards 10 Response to two or more students 150 words or More 40 Timeliness: (deduction) Optional 10Downloadable Rubric Description
Initial Post Due: Thursday, by 11:55 PM, ET
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