Code of Ethics Presentation
You should record a presentation that discusses in depth one of the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) code of Ethics for Engineers, found at https://www.nspe.org/sites/default/files/resources/pdfs/Ethics/CodeofEthics/NSPECodeofEthicsforEngineers.pdf. Do not assume that your audience knows anything about NSPE of the Code of Ethics. Instead, explain what NSPE is, what the Code of Ethics is, and then go into detail about one of the specific codes. Do not discuss the code in general. Give details about exactly what the specific code means. This presentation should be 5 minutes long, and the video file itself should be uploaded to Youtube. If you do not already have a Youtube account, you will need to create one. Then upload your video as a private video. If you wish to make the video public, you may, but you do not have to. Then post a copy of the URL link to your video along with the PowerPoint slides to both the Discussion Board (Code of Ethics Presentations) and the Assignments tab. Video recordings of presentations work best if have a computer or other screen behind you as you record using your phone or camera. Try to find a setup where you can stand to present. Make sure that we can see both you, the presenter, as well as the slides. Face the camera as the audience, but DO NOT READ FROM YOUR SLIDES. In fact, it is best if you have to turn back to the screen to look at your content. Do not have a laptop or other notes of any kind next to or on the screen of your recording device. The point is to mimic an actual presentation situation where you would have a screen behind you while you face an audience.