Gather information on a situation or emergency from the UN Refugee Agency's list of current refugee emergencies and present your group's findings in 3 parts.
Part 1: Emergency Summary
Provide an overview of your selected UNHCR Emergency. Prepare one slide for each of the following:
Part 2: Context and Analysis
Part two provides context and analysis to your first presentation. Prepare slides that address the following (keeping to the 5-slide maximum):
Part 3: International Actors
Part three asks us to consider the role of “outside” actors. Prepare slides that address the following (keeping to the 5-slide maximum):
Teams may create additional slides as an appendix at the end of their presentations. While each presentation is limited to five slides, the appendix slides are often useful for addressing questions that come up in the feedback/comment session. The appendix slides are also a good place to put any information, graphics, or other material you found compelling but could not fit into your presentation.
Your spartan.northampton.edu school email account gives you access to many Google Apps, including Drive, Docs, Slides, Hangouts, Calendar, and Groups. Use these tools with your group members to work together and stay organized throughout your project.
6 reasons to use Google Apps with your group
1. Share files and folders so all members of your group have access to your work (Google Drive).
2. Create and edit documents together (Docs and Slides).
3. Add comments and suggestions for changes, to help you discuss your work, and to make group decisions (Docs and Slides).
4. Set up notifications and see a document's revision history to track changes and see group members' contributions over time (Docs and Slides).
5. Hold video meetings with your team when getting together in the same place isn't convenient (Hangouts).
6. Track deadlines, create task reminders, and set up meetings (Calendar).
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