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Instructional technology (IT) design principles for slide presentation

Instructional technology (IT) design principles for slide presentation

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  • 1. Instructional Design Principles for Slide Presentations Dr. Jacqui Cyrus School of Education
  • 2. Slide Content
    • One idea per slide
    • Present key points only
    • Avoid reading from slides
  • 3. Key Points
    • Use ‘bullets.’
      • Keeps text organized
    • Use key words or short phrases
    • Keep text left-aligned
      • Content is easier to read.
  • 4. Slide Design
    • Allow plenty WHITE SPACE
    • Use graphics where possible
      • Helps the visual learner
    • Use graphics sparingly
    • Put one major point on a slide
  • 5. 7 x 7 Rule
    • 1 one
    • 2 one two
    • 3 one two three
    • 4 one two three four
    • 5 one two three four five
    • 6 one two three four five six
    • 7 one two three four five six seven
  • 6. Background
    • Jewel tones are the best
      • Darker blues, greens, burgundy and purples
    • Worst colors
      • Reds, black, and white
    • Busy backgrounds are harder to read quickly.
  • 7. Background Color Practice
    • Menu ---> format
    • Scroll down to word ‘Background.’
    • From dropdown menu, select color
    • For 2 colors, select fill effects
    • Apply to one slide or all slides
  • 8. Text
    • AVOID USING ALL CAPS
    • Avoid Captalizing Every Word
    • Use a natural style of writing
  • 9. Text Size
    • Minimum size should be 36 pt.
    • Titles should remain at 44 pt.
    • Avoid fancy or condensed lettering
    • The recommended styles: sans serif such as Geneva , Comic sans or Arial.
  • 10. Text Style
    • Plain Text
    • Bold
    • Shadow
    • Bold and Shadow
  • 11. Graphics
    • Use graphics to clarify a point.
    • Do NOT use an unrelated graphic.
    • Position the graphic carefully
      • Start on the left.
      • Use animation to bring image up before or after the specific point.
  • 12. No Apologies!
    • If you cannot read the text ,
    • If you cannot see the graphic,
            • then
    • DON’T use it!
  • 13. Sound
    • Sound can be an asset.
    • Sound can be a distraction.
    • Use sound to emphasize a point.
  • 14. How to insert sound
    • From Slide Show, select Custom Animation
    • Select Slide from slide titles
    • Select Effects
    • Select Add Sound
    • These steps may vary according to OS.
  • 15. Summary
    • Make it readable.
    • Use 7 x 7 rule.
    • Keep it simple.
    • Time yourself and practice prior to delivery
    • Keep presentation to 5 minutes. *