Fls1502 Assignment Abroad

Assignment 9
The purpose of this assignment
Students who successfully complete this assignment will be able to present critical arguments around ICTs for development projects and demonstrate their capabilities related to engaging with textual and numerical data to present information in a presentation format.

Locate any project where ICTs were applied in contexts such as those described in this chapter, in your local community, own city, province or country, or elsewhere in the world and/or that you have been involved with.

Ensure that you identify the following aspects in your case study:
1. Title of the project
2. Website address(es) that provide information about the project
3. Introduction & Background, including details on the project
o Rationale (what was the reason for the project/why was it needed?)
o Start date, duration (this far) and status (ongoing, completed, etc.)
4. A description of the project, including details on
o The ICT4D solutions that was used in the project
o The strengths and weaknesses of the project
5. You could also add things like
o Major partners
o Major stakeholders
o Who initiated the process?
o Who were the target beneficiaries?
o Who were the service providers?
o How did the initiative work?
o Was there a local champion (some-one from the local community who represented the interests of that community)?
Create a PowerPoint presentation of no more than 8 slides that provide the information as detailed above. Submit your presentation via the Drop box facility.

I DONT UNDERSTAND WHAT TO DO ,CAN SOMEONE PLEASE ASSIST ME WITH THIS PROBLEM ??????

WERE DO I STRAT IN ORDER TO END UP WITH A POWERPOINT PRESENTATION !!!!!

THANX

 

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