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    Guide to Successful Presentations Guide to Successful Presentations Presentation Transcript

    • AVIT Video Conferencing Training Module Presentations
    • Video Conferencing
      • Video Conferencing is mainly used for meetings, lectures and tutorials
      • It is cost effective and time efficient
      • To achieve a successful video conference, users need to be familiar and confident using the medium, and encourage an interactive environment
    • VC Presentations
      • Useful meeting or lecture tools
      • Remember why you are video conferencing
      • Minimise use of presentation material
    • Successful Presentations
      • The essential ingredients:
      • Booking of Sites and Bridge
        • www.avit.med.usyd.edu.au
      • Contact with the Video Conferencing Unit
      • Modes of Presentation
      • Preparing Presentation Material
      • Handouts
    • Presentations
      • Modes of presentation available:
        • PowerPoint
        • Document Camera
        • Overhead Projector
        • Whiteboard
        • VCR
        • DVD
    • Presentations
      • Consult the Video Conferencing Unit
      • All sites should have a hardcopy
      • Use camera presets to view both the presenter and the presentation material
      • Picture Quality
      • Site specificity of presentation equipment
    • PowerPoint Presentations
      • PowerPoint is the preferred mode of presentation
      • Use the mouse as a pointer, rather than a laser pointer
      • Provide extra verbal description of what is shown
      • Emphasis on clarity rather than beauty!
    • PowerPoint Presentations
      • Text at least size 25
      • Use font of uniform thickness
      • Less than 10 lines per slide
      • Dark uniform background
      • Optimal colours – jet blue background with yellow font
      • Make images as large as possible
    • Example PowerPoint Presentation
    • Document Camera
      • Can show paper, books, transparencies and small models
      • TV quality vs computer (XGA) quality
      • If viewing smaller objects/text use the ‘zoom’ function
      • Book the document camera to ensure that it is available for use during your lecture
    • Document Camera
    • Overhead Projectors & Whiteboards
      • Should be avoided
      • Poor quality transmission via video
      • Handouts should be used instead
    • DVD & VCR
      • Can show clips of VCR or DVD footage over video conference
      • Check availability of equipment at your site
    • Presentation Handouts
      • It is best practice to provide all students with a paper handout of presentation material
      • Handouts help to overcome the difficulties for participants of seeing the material clearly, and the camera can be focused on the lecturer
    • Process for Handout Distribution
      • Lecturer sends a copy of the presentation to the local education officer
      • Education Officer sends the material to the receiving sites
      • The presentation is then printed out (ppt handout with 6 slides per page)
      • A copy is made available for all participants
    • Presentations & the Camera
      • During a presentation, the camera will switch between lecturer and presentation – controlled by technical assistant on-site
      • Camera will view the presentation briefly; maximising the time the lecturer spends on camera
      • Increased satisfaction and attention from the receiving sites
    • Summary
      • Consultation and Preparation
      • Various modes of presentation
      • Site specificity and availability of equipment
      • Handout material
      • Consultation with the VC Unit