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Best Practices for PowerPoint. Kirsten Behling and Andrew Cioffi Office of Disability Services. Overview. List of Best Practices E xamples of less effective practices followed by better practices Comment boxes provided throughout. List of Best Practices. All slides have simple layouts

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best practices for powerpoint

Best Practices for PowerPoint

Kirsten Behling and Andrew CioffiOffice of Disability Services

overview
Overview
  • List of Best Practices
  • Examples of less effective practices followed by better practices
  • Comment boxes provided throughout
list of best practices
List of Best Practices
  • All slides have simple layouts
  • Content is organized in a logical structure
  • Fonts larger than 14pt; Sans serif font
  • High contrast color combinations
  • Ample white space
  • Alt tags on visual elements
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List of Best Practices
  • Narrations discuss slide content, relate to theme
  • Add transcript of narration to notes section
  • All hyperlinks have meaningful descriptions
  • No slide transitions or automatic timing
  • Use proper/provided slide templates
the office of disability services ods

73 Tremont St. 7th Floor

(617) 994-6820

[email protected]

Kirsten Behling, Director

Andrew Cioffi, Assistant Director

Rebecca Kmiec, Office Coordinator

The Office of Disability Services (ODS)

ODS serves all students with disabilities at Suffolk University

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The Office of Disability Services (ODS)

Contact:

  • 73 Tremont St, 7th floor
  • (617) 994-6820

Staff:

  • Kirsten Behling, Director
  • Andrew Cioffi, Assistant Director
  • Rebecca Kmiec, Office Coordinator

[email protected]

assistive technology categories
Assistive Technology Categories
  • Aids for daily living
  • Communication/Augmentative communication
  • Computer applications
  • Environmental control systems
  • Home/Work site modifications
  • Instructional learning materials
  • Leisure time or recreational adaptations
  • Mobility aids
  • Prosthetics and orthotics
  • Seating and positioning aids
  • Sensory aids
  • Vehicle modifications

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Assistive Technology, Categories
  • Aids for daily living
  • Communication/Augmentative communication
  • Computer applications
  • Environmental control systems
  • Home/Work site modifications
  • Instructional learning materials
  • Leisure time or recreational adaptations
  • Mobility aids
  • Prosthetics and orthotics
  • Seating and positioning aids
  • Sensory aids
  • Vehicle modifications
    • RESNA categories
  • Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America
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