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Presentation Guidelines 271 Fall Project Presentations Angela M Clark Instructor Preparing a Presentation Know your audience History Familiarity with topic Terminology Outline your ideas (Table of contents ) Parts of Your Presentation Introduction Set context Brief overview Body

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Presentation Guidelines

271 Fall Project Presentations

Angela M Clark

Instructor


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Preparing a Presentation

  • Know your audience

    • History

    • Familiarity with topic

    • Terminology

  • Outline your ideas (Table of contents)

University of South Alabama

Computer and Information Sciences


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Parts of Your Presentation

  • Introduction

    • Set context

    • Brief overview

  • Body

    • Present argument / topics

  • Conclusion

    • Give significance

University of South Alabama

Computer and Information Sciences


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Design Guidelines

  • Keep it simple

  • Don’t clutter the screen

  • Keep each slide focused

  • Design Template

  • Consistency

  • Colors / Formats

  • Use of relevant clip art / photos

University of South Alabama

Computer and Information Sciences


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Presentation Design Elements

  • Transitions

  • Animation

  • Notes Pages

  • Slide Timing

  • Grammar / Spell check

  • Show you know the features without ‘overdoing it’

University of South Alabama

Computer and Information Sciences


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Presentations Techniques

  • Title Slide and Supporting Slides

  • Pauses (And / Uh / Um)

  • Pointing to Monitor

  • Overdoing animation

  • Talking to screen

  • Reading slides

University of South Alabama

Computer and Information Sciences


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Conclusion / Questions

University of South Alabama

Computer and Information Sciences