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Creative Common Licences and 20 tips for a presentation

  1. 1. Free resources and visual presentation Creative common licences
  2. 2. Creative Common Licences.  Consists on that you keep your Copyright and you may allow people or not, to copy and distribute your work but only on the conditions you specify.
  3. 3. Types of Creative Common Licences
  4. 4. Name: Attribution Author: The Little Ants Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY 2.0  Attribution This licence allows other people to distribute,show or copy your work, but you have to reference the original author of the work.
  5. 5. Non-commercial Name: Attribution Author: The Little Ants Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY 2.0  This licence allows other people to distribute,show or copy your work, but the new work must have non-comercial purposes.
  6. 6. Name: Attribution Author: The Little Ants Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY 2.0  No derivates This licence allows other people to distribute,show or copy your work, but you cannot produce derivative works or modify the original one.
  7. 7. Name: Attribution Author: The Little Ants Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY 2.0  Sharealike You can distribute derivative works but using the same licence of the original work of the author.
  8. 8. Public domain dedication  Name: Attribution Author: The Little Ants Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY 2.0 (When the author disclaims copyright) Public domain mark  (When work is in the public domain and it can be used without asking the author)
  9. 9. Combinatios of common licences:   ATTRIBUTION-SHAREALIKE. ATTRIBUTION-NONCOMMON-SHAREALIKE.
  10. 10.   ATTRIBUTION-NO DERIVATES. ATTRIBUTION-NONCOMMON-NO DERIVATES.
  11. 11. 1. Start with the end in mind.  Think what we want to present: what is the purpose, what the audience wait, etc. Name: Success beyond the obstacles. Author: seeveeaar Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY-ND 2.0
  12. 12. 2. Know your audience.  It is necessary to answer the "W Questions“ (Who, what, why, what, where and when). Name: IMG_6502.jpg Author: Hello Turkey Toe Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY 2.0
  13. 13. 3. Content.  The presentation must be based in solid content, which become in a story for connect with the audience. Name: Invest in Content Author: Search Engine People Blog Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY 2.0
  14. 14. 4. Keep it simple.  Is very important the simplicity, because it’s appreciated by the audience and we must be clear what is the essence of the presentation. Name: Evening in Monument Valley Author: snowpeak Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY 2.0
  15. 15. 5. Outlining your content.  We must start our planning with the "analog mode“ (pen and paper). Name: Pen and Paper Author: stevegarfield Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY-NCSA 2.0
  16. 16. 6. Have a sound, clear structure.  The structure of the presentation is very important, and for this the ideas must be clear. Name: Sketching Author: NathanaelB Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY 2.0
  17. 17. 7. Dakara nani?  We have to say to ourselves "dakara nani?" (so what?) for put ourselves in the shoes of the audience. Name: So what? Author: Dalkrleg Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY 2.0
  18. 18. 8. Can you pass the elevator test?  Check the clarity of the message with the elevator test, which forces us to “sell” our message in 30-45 seconds; so we have to make our content tighter and clearer. Name: Elevator Author: robinsonsmay Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY 2.0
  19. 19. 9. The art of story telling.  Good presentations include stories, most often personal ones; it's a way to explain complicated ideas and the audience will remember your content. Name: Etech05: Audience Author: etech Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY 2.0
  20. 20. 10. Conficence.  If we have prepared well the activity, the presenter will be less nervous; that is, if we know our presentation and we know how oriented it the confidence will take the place of your anxiety. Name: Tech Cocktail Week: Sessions Speaker Series Downtown Vegas sponsored Author: TechCocktail Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY-SA 2.0
  21. 21. 11. Keep it simple.  Software can display graphical information that would support the speaker. Name: : Protean Presentation in Singapore, Wednesday 20 Feb 2013 AT INSEAD Asia Campus Author: César Harada Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY 2.0
  22. 22. 12. Limit bullet points and text.  If we have a detailed handout, we needn’t feel compelled to fill our PowerPoint. Name: Slide 10: Animal tration. Author: ILRI Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY 2.0
  23. 23. 13. Limit transitions and builds.  Slides shouldn’t be animated in all slides on the other hand it should be professional. Name: How to Make a Professional WebsitePowerPoint Slides #04. Author: Side Wages Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY 2.0
  24. 24. 14. Use high-quality graphics.  Use high-quality graphics including photographs. Name: 2012-2013 Information Digest, NUREG 1350 vo. 24 Author: Nuclear Regulatory Commision. Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY 2.0
  25. 25. 15. Have a visual theme, but avoid using PowerPoint templates.  We clearly need a consistent visual theme throughout our presentation.
  26. 26. 16. Use appropriate charts.  There are several ways to display our data in graphic form: pie charts, vertical Bar charts, horizontal Bar charts and line charts. Name: Slide 4: Developing countries lead in global food production. Author: ILRI Resource: Flickr.com Licence: CC BY 2.0
  27. 27. 17. Use color well.  Studies show that color usage can increase interest and improve learning comprehension and retention. Name: ya puestos ¡lápices de colores! Author: Manuel Vicente Resource: Flickr.com License: CC BY 2.0
  28. 28. 18. Choose your fonts well.  Use the same font set throughout your entire slide presentation, and use no more than two complementary fonts. Name: Wordmark fenrique dice Author: Fenrique Suárez. Resource: Flickr.com License: CC BY 2.0
  29. 29. 19. Use a video or audio.  Using video clips to show concrete examples promotes active cognitive processing, which is the natural way people learn. Name: Qingdao Campus: An Augmented Reality Architecture Presentation. Author: Marc Syp. Resource: Flickr.com License: CC BY 2.0
  30. 30. 20. Spend time in the slide sorter.  People comprehend better when information is presented in small chunks or segments. Name: Feeding the world in 2050: Slide 4 Author: ILRI Resource: Flickr.com License: CC BY 2.0

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