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    Effective Presentation Effective Presentation Presentation Transcript

    • Delivering an Effective PowerPoint Presentation
    • The Point of PowerPoint
      • To enhance and provide visual emphasis to an oral presentation.
    • The Impact of Visual Aids
    • Good Uses of PowerPoint
      • Makes handouts
      • Visual aid when appropriate
      • Enhances your presentation
      • Can easily edit when needed
    • Major Components of PowerPoint
      • Layout
      • Font
      • Color scheme
      • Content
    • This is good for printing handouts.
    • This is easy to read on a screen.
    • Effective Design
      • Clean and Simple
      • Appealing colors and readable text
      • Smart use of graphics and media
    • Utilizing Media
      • Pictures
      • Clipart
      • Hyperlinks to Videos and Audio Files
      • Streaming Video
      • Relying on the visual/using bad or too many graphics
      • Too much information
      • Too much animation
      • Relying on technology
      Bad Uses of PowerPoint
    • Poor Design
      • Text that is dark like the background can be difficult to see
      • Repetitive points and too many bullets can be confusing
      • Poor color choices can be visually unappealing.
      • Too much content and graphic effects can take away from a slide.
      • Text that is too small can be hard to read
    • Technical Difficulties
    • Presentation Alternatives
      • ALWAYS have a back-up plan
      • Flip Charts
      • Videos
      • Slide Projectors
      • Transparencies
      • An effective oral presentation
    • Prepare yourself
      • Research your presentation content
      • Make an appointment with Steven
      • Reserve equipment with Jose in advance
      • Practice with the technology
    • Ask a Librarian for Assistance
      • Juana Careaga, MLIS
      • 305-809-3501
      • [email_address]
    • Contact Info
      • Instruction Contact: Steven Parker- Media Specialist Ph#: 305-809-3540 Email: steven.parker@fkcc.edu
      • Equipment Contact: Jose Pichardo-Technical Assistant Ph#: 305-809-3251 Email: jose.pichardo@fkcc.edu