Four citationsUse the CSU Online Library to research a hazardous waste incident such as  Minimata Bay incident. Create a 9- to 11-slide PowerPoint presentation on the incident you choose. You should thoroughly describe the details of the incident and analyze the causes and effects. Your presentation should address the following: Provide a brief history of RCRA and what aspects of waste it regulates. What was the cause of the incident? What types of waste were involved? What were the environmental and human health consequences? What regulations were in place at the time of the incident? Were they followed? What do you think could have been done to prevent the incident? Could this incident happen today with the regulations we have in place? Why, or why not?Instead of using speaker’s notes, you will write a script and create a voice-over for your presentation. All sources used, including the textbook, must be cited and referenced according to APA style. Be sure to include in-text citations on your slides, and provide a reference slide that lists all of your sources
Power point presentation APA Format 9-11 Slides on hazardous waste incidnet such as Minimata Bay
Creating a Scholarly Powerpoint: Best Practices and Citation Information Overall Look of Presentation  It is best to left -justify  Balance all of the elements on the slide  Be consistent with your style of bullets  Leave space between bullets  Don’t center your bullets (it makes the information jagged and difficult to follow)  Use one transition style for all slides  Don’t use more than three different effects on text  Avoid too much animation  Keep it simple and professional  Large graphics leave little room for information and can overshadow that information Content  Avoid hav ing too much text on a slide (use phrases rather than complete sentences and be concise)  Use periods after complete sentences. If you don’t have a complete sentence, don’t use a period.  Use the notes function below the slide to provide your professor with the detailed information you’d like for them to see while still creating a presentation that is pleasing to the eye  Distractions from message o Long sentences o Dazzling graphics o Multiple ideas on a slide o Inconsistencies (with font, bullets, etc.) o Unorganized information o Too much information Fonts  Use familiar fonts  Stay away from fonts that are difficult to read  Avoid fonts that do not relate to your topic  All caps makes it seem like you are yelling  Don’t use more than 2 different fonts in one presentation  The size of the titles and the size of the content should be consistent from slide to slide  The size should be large enou gh to read easily Color  Contrast is important  Use light and bright colors against dark backgrounds  Use dark and bold colors against a light background Backgrounds  Stick with one background for most of the slides  Title page/conclusion can be different  Keep it simple  Be careful with patterns, they can be distracting Graphics  Keep it to a minimum (graphics on every slide aren’t necessary)  Relate to topic  Add to the message of your presentation — don’t distract from it  Photographs can be powerful APA References  Treat presentation like a paper o Reference list on last slide (smaller font than other slides) o In-text citations (same size font as content of your slides) o Either place your in -text citations right after that text in your slide or place it inside the notes section. You may want to check with your professor to see if they have a preference on where those citations should be.

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