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For guidance on PS336 presentations

For guidance on PS336 presentations

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  • 1. This is the title of the presentationAnd here is where you can list the presentation authors, and other contextual information
  • 2. This is a slide with a title• This is a major bullet point of primary prominence – This is a sub-point, to be kept to a minimum• This is a second primary bullet point of the same prominence as the one above• This ideally would be the last bullet point• However, if required, this fourth bullet point can be used
  • 3. This is a pretty awful slide with far too much text, the likes of which we don’t want to see• This is a major bullet point of primary prominence – This is a sub-point, to be kept to a minimum• This is a second primary bullet point of the same prominence as the one above – And here is another sub-point, which is beginning to overload the slide• This ideally would be the last bullet point• However, an over-busy slide will contain too many bullet points, such as this one...• ...And this one, also being superfluous• Often the inclusion of too many bullet points will require a gradual shrinking of the font-size – Remember, it’s supposed to be a presentation slide, not an eye test!• In summary, it is better to use additional slides (however many are required) than to try to squash your text into one slide• And to conclude the summary, this slide contains more than twice the amount of allowable text
  • 4. Photo credit: Adam Ciesielski and Garr Reynolds
  • 5. Use of graphics• Try to avoid the use of corny cliparts...• ...especially when they are of only peripheral relevance to the point being made
  • 6. Proceed promptly• Always remember that your slides are but a tiny element of your presentation• Bullet points  Visual signposts• Your orally delivered (or written) script is where subtle elaborations emerge• As a reasonable guide, 5 slides = 15 minutes
  • 7. Give your ending some thought• Clichéd: – “Any questions?” – “Thank you!”• Alternatives: – “Over to you...” – “What do you think?”
  • 8. That’s it!Now go away! (humour)

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