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PowerPoint

Presentations

Mediocre

or

Memorable?

Kim Laursen, ITS Education Coordinator

University of Nebraska Medical Center

[email protected]


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“Quick and Mediocre” Presentations

  • Why and when to create a mediocre presentation

  • How to create a quick and dirty presentation


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Enhancing Presentations

  • Change template/background colors

  • Clipart and other drawing tools

    • From drawing toolbar or Insert menu option (go to Microsoft Online for better selection of clipart)

    • Google Images or www.unmc.edu/library -Electronic resources - References – Medical Images on the Web

  • Adding charts

  • Animation schemes


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PowerPoint Secrets

Tips

Before’s

How To’s

After’s


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Problems with PowerPoint Presentations

  • Too many slides

  • Multimedia overkill

  • Too much text

  • Text too small or in caps

  • Presenters read from slides

  • Bad color combinations

  • Not what audience is expecting


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Effective Presenters

  • Know their audience

  • Plan ahead

  • Clear and to the point

  • Know their subject – don’t read slides

  • Use visuals to make an impact


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Avoid Too Much Text

  • KISS – Keep it short and simple.

    • Use the 5 x 5 rule – No more than five lines on a page and each line should be no more than five words.

    • Use short phrases rather than complete sentences.

    • Make certain each phrase is parallel in grammatical structure


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Avoid Too Much Text

  • KISS

  • 5 x 5 rule

  • Short phrases

  • Consistent structure


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Text Don’ts

  • DON’T USE ALL CAPS

  • AVOID UNUSUAL FONTS

  • USE HIGH CONTRAST

  • TRY ILLUSTRATING KEY CONCEPTS WITH DIAGRAMS OR DRAWINGS

  • DON’T USE FONTS THAT ARE TOO SMALL


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Text Do’s

  • Use mixed case (not CAPS)

  • Use simple fonts (san serif best)

  • Use high contrast

  • Use large fonts (at least 24 point)

  • Try illustrating key concepts with diagrams or drawings




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Information Technology ServicesUniversity of Nebraska Medical Center

Last Updated 03/25/03


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Information Technology Services

Administration


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ITS Administration

Administration

  • Andersen, Eileen

  • Holly, Yvette

  • Hopson, Marla

  • Strohbehn, Kim

  • Welna, Sharon


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Academic Computing and LEIS

  • Pera, Steve

  • Reardon, Tom

  • Birk, Thomas

  • Diers, Melissa

  • Faylor, Anne

  • Laursen, Kim

  • Moser, Dan

  • Peleschak, Sandra

  • Rayamajhi, Atul

  • Spain, John

  • Ziskovsky, Joseph


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Administrative Computing

  • Clausen, Mary

  • Eicher, Kim

  • Gloeb, Geoffrey

  • Knoell, Gary

  • Leaders, Shannon

  • Majors, Christine

  • O'Donnell, James

  • Pisasale, Teresa

  • Susman, Katharine

  • Trant, Lee R


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Operations

  • Araujo, Pat

  • Bell, Maedi

  • Bennett, Christopher

  • Cercena, Christopher

  • Chipasula, James

  • Dixson, Robert

  • Everhart, Stephanie

  • Francisco, Shaun

  • Grasso, Joe

  • Holas, Gail

  • Hughes, Dave

  • Johnson, Linda

  • King, Rodney

  • Kitt, Greg

  • Knudsen, Kevin

  • Kroenke, Cheryl

  • Lavine, James

  • Lugert, Rodney

  • Mc Cullough, Donna

  • Parker, Richard

  • Plendl, Nicholas

  • Samson, Richard

  • Sangimino, Steven

  • Stoley, Stephen

  • Vermehren, Daniel John

  • Windels, Jeffrey


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Extreme Events

Confidence in Projected Change

Change in Phenomenon


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Extreme Events

Confidence in Projected Change

Change in Phenomenon


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Vary Slide Elements

Enlarge graphic on title slide



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Transition Plan

  • Transparent

  • Seamless

  • Addition of existing services

  • 9 step process with QC including training and personnel


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Transition Plan

“Hardly a transition!”

  • No interruption of service

  • Minimal redeployment of existing personnel

  • Enhancement of existing services with few new hires!


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Current methods fail to address the cause of violence and terrorism

Peace agreements

Cease fires

Negotiations

Building a wall

The root causes are

Racial stress

Political stress

Religious stress

Societal stress

How to Attain Peace?


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Peace agreements terrorism

Negotiations

Cease fires

Constructing a wall

How to Attain Peace

FAIL

Because they don’t address the cause of

Racial stress

Religious stress

Violence and terrorism

Political stress

Societal stress


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The Problem-Solving Process terrorism

  • Synthesize

  • Hypothesize

  • Analyze



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Objectives terrorism

Objective is Either Financial or

Non-Financial


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Analyze the Data: terrorismObjectives

Non-Financial

Financial


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Living Longer terrorism

  • Life Expectancy:

    • Exceeding 80 years of age today.

    • Will approach 90 years of age by the year 2030.

    • 1 in 10 Baby Boomers will live to be 100!


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“Happy birthday, dear…..” terrorism

Expectancy

Life

  • Average today:

    80 years

  • Average in 2030:

    90 years

1 in 10 Baby Boomers will live to be 100!


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Ask yourself these questions? terrorism

  • Yes, It Could Happen To Me?

  • When It Does, How Will I Pay For This Expensive Care?

  • Is This The Greatest Rick I Face Today, For Which I Am Not Insured?


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How will I pay for this expensive care? terrorism

Is this the greatest risk I face today, for which I am NOT insured?

Risk

Financial


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Wildflower Gardening terrorism

  • Enlarge an image for the background

  • Add a shape and add text

  • Format > Autoshape and add fill color with transparency – try 40%

  • Building a wildflower garden


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The state of Java development terrorism

  • Success also brings chaos…

  • …JSF, MDA, JSD 1.5, AOP, JDO, SWT, J2EE Extensions, SOA, JSR, JSP, j2ME, EjB, JNX


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State of Java terrorism

MDA

AOP

ISF

JSD

JSR

Ij2MESF

J2EE Extensions

SOA

JSP

1.5

SWT


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Fire Safety! terrorism

  • Check Outlets for Crowding

  • Install Smoke Alarms

  • Practice Exit Strategies

  • Check misc. items: Space Heaters, Fire Places, Wood Stoves, etc.

Curious kids set fires!


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Fire Safety! terrorism

Talk about it!

…in your home

  • Check Outlets for Crowding

  • Install Smoke Alarms

  • Practice Exit Strategies

  • Check misc. items: Space Heaters, Fire Places, Wood Stoves, etc.

Curious kids set fires!

Curious kids set fires!


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Fire Safety! terrorism

  • Check Outlets for Crowding

  • Install Smoke Alarms

  • Practice Exit Strategies

  • Check misc. items: Space Heaters, Fire Places, Wood Stoves, etc.

Curious kids set fires!


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Talk about it! terrorism

Fire Safety

  • Check Outlets for Crowding

  • Install Smoke Alarms

  • Practice Exit Strategies

  • Check all locations:

    Computer Centers, Faculty

    Offices, Storage Rooms, etc.

Curious kids set fires!


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Fire Safety! terrorism

  • Check Outlets for Crowding

  • Install Smoke Alarms

  • Practice Exit Strategies

  • Check misc. items: Space Heaters, Fire Places, Wood Stoves, etc.

Curious kids set fires!


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Take the time to talk about it terrorism

Fire Safety

  • Check Outlets for Crowding

  • Install Smoke Alarms

  • Practice Exit Strategies

  • Check misc. rooms: Warehouse, Storage Rooms, Labs, Data Centers, etc.

in your workplace

Save Money…. Save Lives!


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