Module 4: Course Project, Part 3
Part 3: Outreach Program Instructions (15%)
Pretend that you are an information professional in the community that was impacted by the selected real-life disaster/emergency event.
Develop an outreach program (after the disaster/emergency) for a target group within the community you have selected (i.e. senior citizens, firefighters, pharmacy students, physicians, elementary school students). Keep your target group in mind when developing the outreach program and be creative!
Create a PowerPoint presentation that contains the following elements about your outreach program for the selected real-life disaster/emergency event:
Slide 1: Your name, the assigned disaster/emergency, and selected real-life disaster/emergency event
Slide 2: Title of the outreach program and selected target community group
Slide 3: Goal(s) of the outreach program (“What do you want to accomplish?”; express this in 1-2 bullet points)
Slide 4: Objectives of the outreach program (“How you are going to achieve the goal(s) of your program; express this in 3-4 bullet points)?
Slide 5: Description of the content of the outreach program (What is to be included in your program, such as activities, lessons, etc.)
The DL proposal needs to address the following items:
Project objectives and target audienceCollection developmentTechnological considerations (e.g., HW/SW, DL applications, etc.)Budget and workflowStaff skills and training needsMarketing and communication planDL Evaluation
Out of the above items, choose one. Answer the following questions: Why do you think this item is a critical component of your DL project planning and management? What detailed points need to be addressed in your proposal and/or what issues need to be considered for the item?
Choose one question you would like to address and type your reply; type the question, your answer, and references in the message box. Be sure to support your answer using at least ONE of the reading(s) for this module. Your answer should be at least 250 WORDS. Don’t forget to list all the readings you consulted at the end of your answer.
Then reply to at least ONE answer given by other students.