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By: Melvin & Kevin. ELECTRONIC PRESENTATIONS TIPS. http://www.ele.sd23.bc.ca/students/homeworktips/Pages/default.aspx. http://www.jenacommunications.com/marketing_market_research_target_audience.asp. Know your target audience and the purpose of the presentation.

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By: Melvin & Kevin

ELECTRONIC PRESENTATIONS TIPS

http://www.ele.sd23.bc.ca/students/homeworktips/Pages/default.aspx


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http://www.jenacommunications.com/marketing_market_research_target_audience.asp

  • Know your target audience and the purpose of the presentation.

http://www.startupmywebsite.com/cmssite/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/target-audience.jpg


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http://www.lighthouse.org/accessibility/design/accessible-print-design/effective-color-contrast

  • Be consistent with colours, backgrounds and font styles throughout.

  • Use background colours that will contrast to the colour of the text to show up easily on a large screen.

  • It’s OK to use a template.


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http://www.ffonts.net/Plain-Simple.font

http://www.int-business.com/20-new-high-quality-free-fonts/

  • Simple and plain fonts between 22 and 36 points are best for reading.

  • Do not use more than two different font styles.

  • Remember, “Extra fancy” does not mean “Extra effective”!


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  • Use bullets to highlight key words.

  • But limit the amount of text on each

    side.

  • We used to use the 7/7 Rule as a rough guide, but this is now considered to be too much text.

  • If you can't summarise it, you don't understand it!


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  • Don't overdo the graphics

  • Too many things happening on a slide will distract the audience from the message you're trying to get across.

http://blog.pkids.org/2010/05/21/feeling-crowded/


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  • Clip art, animation, video and audio can enhance your message

  • But again, be careful not to overdo it!


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http://memegenerator.net/instance/43426487

  • Spell check and proofread slides!

  • Spelling and grammatical errors will make you look very silly!


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  • Use the speaker’s notes feature to help plan your presentation.


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  • Check that you have rights to the content.

  • This can cause you legal problems in the real world!

http://billydeesspace.com/journal/2011/9/30/should-the-jury-system-be-up-for-a-retrial.html


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http://www.dreamstime.com/royalty-free-stock-photography-practice-makes-perfect-concept-image23764447

  • Practice with the slides before presenting.

  • Be the expert on your content .

  • So that when speaking, you can face the audience.

  • And use the slides only as a support to what you have to say!


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