Presentation Design TIPS. Use a “light” color background. . . . with “dark” text rather than. . . . a “dark” color background. . . . with “light” text. The contrast is usually much better in a lighted room!. Use“background images” sparingly and make sure all text is clearly visible.
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. . . with “dark” text rather than . . .
. . . with “light” text.
The contrast is usually much better in a lighted room!
Use“background images” sparingly and make sure all text is clearly visible . . .
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Martin Luther King, Jr. (Aug 28, 1963)
“I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal.’"
Avoid getting . . .
too small images = blurry on screen
too big images = increases file size
Size: 130 x 100 pixels
Size: 500 x 500 pixels
Rather, click on image to see on separate page to copy original image:
Don’t just copy image from a “Google Image” search page:
Otherwise, they’re just plain annoying!
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Earth’s atmosphere showing ozone layer
Source: Clark, 2007
Clark, JL, Bishop, MN, and CF Green. (2005). The Ozone Layer. Duluth, MN: Johns Publishing, Inc.
Clark, JL, Bishop, MN, and CF Green. (2005). The ozone layer takes a big hit this summer. Mother Earth News 38(5):13-18.
Clark, JL. (2006). The Ozone Layer: How It Works. http://www.ozone.org/howitworks.html. (Accessed May 2, 2007).
REHEARSE! slide to slidepractice to each otherpractice to somebody elsepractice in front of mirrorWHY?TimingTransitionsTo get your “knowledge” secure