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Slide deck I developed for a presentation delivery and design training for Text 100.

Slide deck I developed for a presentation delivery and design training for Text 100.

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  • 1. PowerPoint 102 Moving beyond the basics
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  • 4. This is where your generic title goes  The titles usually add little to your main point – Typical examples found in all presentations  Objective  Strategy  Results  The sub bullets are usually just read by the presenter  This slide, aside from being boring, adds nothing to the text I am currently reading to you.  To combat the boredom, the presenter will add a bunch of senseless animation to “jazz it up” – I’ve spared you from this for now
  • 5. What Are They Saying ? • 95 percent of posts mentioned Quality of Mention Tone of Posts MATLAB. Only 4 percent of posts mentioned The MathWorks. • Half of all posts only mentioned MATLAB in passing. • 92 percent of posts were balanced or neutral in tone • The majority of posts consisted of technical questions and answers to engineering, math, and programming problems. • Questions related to: Product vs. Corporate Mentions Issues Driving Coverage Tone • Specific projects being executed in Positive: MATLAB described as a “wonderful MATLAB commercial product” • Specific MATLAB code and Negative: Users describe having problems functionality, (e.g. “How to run upgrading to new versions of MATLAB multiple programs in Simulink without having to run them Neutral: individually?”) • Students and engineers post technical • Reviews of/help related to different questions involving MATLAB in online forums versions of MATLAB • MATLAB users share code and programming tips • Posts were written for a technical audience and presumed detailed • Students and professionals request notebook knowledge of computer science, purchasing advice on review sites and note engineering, etc. computer must be able to run programs like MATLAB efficiently 15
  • 6. SLIDE-ument PRESENT-ation
  • 7. Go analogue Ask questions Get away
  • 8. HUNGRY?
  • 9. if I NEED
  • 10. TheRe is n J Comic Sans
  • 11. The ‘Stick’ Rules Pick a Font and stick to it. Choose a color palette and stick to it. Choose three text sizes and stick to them.
  • 12. Know Your Tools

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