What is a Signature Assignment?Signature assignments are a culmination of knowledge to prove a student has met the student learning outcomes for the specific course. Therefore, a signature assignment is denoted in each course. The signature assignment is used by the RN BSN programto demonstrate core competency as a program evaluation. Signature assignment is usually the last assignment in the course and holds the most weight on the final grade. A 78% is the minimal grade a student must achieve to pass a course. Because of the importance of this last assignment, a student must achieve a 78% or higher on the signature assignment in order to pass the course. This means that a student with an overall passing grade can still fail the course if the signature assignment is less than 78%.
Signature Assignment 6: Poster (10% of course grade)
Prompt:You will create a poster slide using the provided Power Point template to showcase your proposed quality improvementproject. A rubric and example slide are also provided. Posters are a way that information can be communicated to an audience. They are often used for education purposes and for dissemination of project or research results.
Below is a link to a poster template that has been developed for students. Your poster will be submitted as an online assignment. It will also be posted in Discussions to share with peers. (Next week’s discussions will be commenting on peers’ posters.)
This poster will not be printed but follows the same process for those that would develop a poster and have it printed for display at a professional event such as a conference.