This assignment requires you to explore environmental sustainability challenges in business and society. You are to:
Prepare a voice clip or voice-over PowerPoint presentation of an example of a profit making manufacturing organisation that has implemented environmentally sustainable practice/s, and its contribution to global environmental sustainability.
Some examples of sustainable practices area:
NOTE: Not-for-profits, government and NGO organizations cannot be considered for this assignment.
You will need to acknowledge where the conceptual and audio-visual material you use in the presentation comes from through referencing according to the UniSA version of the Harvard Guide.
The maximum length of your presentation is 3 minutes +/- 10%.
Simple presentations such as speaking to the webcam and a succession of stills with commentary are acceptable, as are more complex submissions. Students who do not have access to facilities which would allow them to prepare such an audio-visual presentation should approach their tutor before the end of week 3 to make alternative arrangements. The alternative arrangement will most likely be the production of a full-page newspaper advertisement or poster, A3 size.
REMEMBER always check your Course Outline as it outlines the requirements for each assignment plus assessment details and marking criteria.
What are the main concepts and keywords?
This assignment requires you to:
Prepare a video clip of voice-over PowerPoint presentation of 'an example of a profit making manufacturing organisation that has implemented environmentally sustainable practice/s, and its contribution to global environmental sustainability.
Try to think of words that have similar meanings (synonyms) to the keywords or phrases highlighted.
Here are some examples of keywords or phrases you could use -- what others can you think of?
For more help with keywords, watch this short (2 mins) video.
Once you have decided what keywords to search for you need to combine them. Have a look at our How to... connect and combine search terms
Using PowerPoint for Your Video
Where can I access PowerPoint?
You can also borrow a laptop with an inbuilt microphone from the Library. Laptops cannot be booked in advance. Ask at the Library service point to check if any are available.
Information on how to create your video or autorunning PowerPoint presentation can be found at the links below:
Other resources to help you make your video
Create a movie in iMovie How to create a movie project, add clips to the timeline, rearrange, shorten, and lengthen your clips, add titles, transitions, and effects. Provided by Apple Inc.
Making videos on your Android smartphone Tools and techniques beginners can use to shoot, edit and upload videos from their Android smartphone.
Learn to create a video with Windows MovieMaker includes instructions for capturing and arranging clips, editing, adding effects, transitions, adding music.
Make a Movie on Windows Movie Maker YouTube Video showing how to make a video step by step in the Windows Movie Maker software.
Making movies on your iPhone A beginner’s look at what the iPhone offers for movie makers.
Videomaker ejournal containing articles on pre and post film production, including digital video.
YouTube Use YouTube to find online video and film footage.
This 53 minute video of a Library workshop will show you how to make a video using PowerPoint 2010.
If you would like to just watch a particular segment, the time sequences are:
We'll be popping up outside your lecture on Monday the 24th and Wednesday the 26th of April.
Have a question about assignment 2? Come and ask us!
Need more more help to make a PowerPoint video?
Come to a Library Workshop and learn how to:
|Monday May 1||6.00 - 7.00 pm||City West JS6-17 (Jeffrey Smart Building)|
It is not necessary to book.
See you there!
You need to acknowledge where the conceptual and audio-visual material you use in your presentation comes from.
Need help referencing? Follow the roadmap!
The Roadmap to referencing site shows you how to reference using the Harvard-UniSA style.
If you need more help try one of these options: