The dissertation journey is one that requires a great deal of time and dedication to complete. One of the final steps for learners attending the University of Phoenix, Online in the School of Advanced Studies is the successful completion of an oral defense via a phone conference call with committee members. This conference call takes an hour involving a presentation of the research findings of the doctoral study accompanied with a question and answer conversation between the learner and committee members. In order to share findings of the study an electronic presentation created by the learner is used to guide those in attendance. In the past the venue for this presentation was through the use of Power Point. This session will share how the use of Jing can accomplish this task in a meaningful manner offering the presenter and those in attendance an array of tools not offered in the past. Jing is a free application that allows sharing of text, images, and short videos. This session will provide an overview as to how Jing can be used for the dissertation oral defense. Shared will be key points for an exemplar presentation highlighting tips and tools that make the dissertation presentation intriguing and easy to follow.
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