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March 2, 2024

Informatics PowerPoint Presentation

Informatics PowerPoint Presentation

Instructions for a Website Evaluation Presentation:

  1. Select a website related to nursing, studying for the NCLEX, or patient care for evaluation.  The evaluation is of the website itself, not the subject matter contained in the website.
  2. Determine the criteria categories to evaluate the website and define them clearly. You may use the Health Information Website Checklist found in Table 9-1 on page 154 of your text as an example. This checklist includes criteria such as:
  • Source
  • Authority
  • Funding
  • Validity and quality
  • Privacy and Disclosure

Informatics PowerPoint Presentation

Informatics PowerPoint Presentation

Feel free to include additional criteria in your evaluation, but make sure to explain the criteria you are using in your presentation.

  1. Evaluate the chosen website based on the selected criteria categories.
  2. Assess the strengths and weaknesses of the chosen website in relation to the criteria you have defined.
  3. Create a presentation that thoroughly evaluates the website.
  4. Keep the presentation concise, consisting of no more than 8 or 9 slides.
  5. Keep instructional design in mind as you create this presentation (see chapter 6 of your text, page 81)

The slides should include the following components:

  • Title slide
  • Objectives slide: Clearly state what the viewers or learners will learn from your presentation.
  • Body of the presentation, which should cover the following aspects:
    • Website source
    • Authorship of the website
    • Funding for the website
    • Validity and quality of the website
    • Privacy and Disclosure
    • Other criteria at your discretion
  • References slide- make sure to use APA reference format

Remember to include speaker notes or a voice-over to provide additional explanations or details.

Informatics PowerPoint Presentation


Visual Consistency:

Evaluate if the design elements (fonts, colors, layout) are consistent throughout the presentation. Inconsistencies can distract from the message.

Slide Structure:

Check if each slide has a clear heading, concise bullet points, and relevant visuals. Overloaded slides can make the content hard to follow.

Visual Enhancements:

Assess the use of images, graphs, and multimedia. Are they relevant, clear, and properly cited? Visuals should support the content, not overwhelm it. APA.