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Creative Commons License and how to do a good presentation


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Here is our presentation of Creative Common License and of how to do a good presentation by The Wildcats. #SOyER1617

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Creative Commons License and how to do a good presentation

  2. 2. WHAT IS CREATIVE COMMONS (CC) ? A Creative Commons (CC) li cense is one of several public copyright licenses that enable the free distribution of work.  CC- Is a tool that gives everyone a simple and standardized way to grant legal permissions to their creative works.  CC – are a non-profit organization devoted to expand the range of creative works available for others to build upon legally and to share.
  3. 3. WHAT IS CREATIVE COMMONS (CC) ?  Provides a range of content that can be: 1. COPIED 2. DISTRIBUTED 3. EDITED 4. REMIXED 5. DEVELOPED All within the limits of copyright law.
  4. 4. WHO USES CC
  6. 6. TYPES OF LICENSES Attribution BY Let copy, distribute, display and perform the work and make derivative works and remixes based on it only if they give the author or licensor the credits. Attribution SA- Share Alike Let distribute derivative works only under a license identical to the license that governs the original work. Attribution NC- Non- comercial Let copy, distribute, display, and perform the work and make derivative works and remixes based on it only for non-commercial purposes. Attribution ND- No derivative work Let copy, distribute, display and perform only verbatim copies of the work, not derivative works and remixes based on it.
  7. 7. HOW TO USE IT 1. First of all you have to decide how you want to share your work. 2. Choose if you let others use and modify, give you credential, share in the same exact way, share with commercial purpose your work. 3. Finally you have to tag it correctly in your domain in the lower part in the front cover page.
  9. 9. PREPARE 1. Start with the end in mind First you must bear in mind the objective of your presentation and to whom it is for, you must know your audience in order to adapt the content to them, moreover you must know the most important parts of your topic. Be easy, efficient and effective
  10. 10. PREPARE 3. Content If you want to succeed, your presentation must be based on solid content. But don’t forget that an overload of information will make the audience to turn away attention.
  11. 11. PREPARE 4. Have a sound, clear structure Unless you want all your work to be useless, it is crucial to have you ideas very clear due to the fact that those are the base of all the presentation.
  12. 12. PREPARE 5. The art of story telling Make the presentation yours, you can include your personal experience as an ilustration to catch the audience’s attention.
  13. 13. PREPARE 6.Confidence The more you have rehearsed your speech the less nervous you will feel and the better your presentation will be, you can have the presentation in the background to help you feel more confidence.
  14. 14. DESIGN 1. Limit bullet and text We should avoid to made slides full of text because that will bore your audience, it is more desirable to make a simple slide accompanied by your speech.
  15. 15. DESIGN 2. Use high quality graphics Avoid using low quality pictures or photographs which are too seen and be careful with the ones you use (copyright) Using photographs of people makes the audience to connect on a more emotional level.
  16. 16. DESIGN 3. Use appropiate charts Get familiar with the different types of graphs for example: pie chart, horizontal/ vertical bar chart, histogram…
  17. 17. DESIGN 4. Choose your fronts well The letter choice is very important. Use the same type of letter through all the presentation and make sure it is legible and the proper size.
  18. 18. DESIGN 5. Use video or audio People learn better with multimedia devices such as videos or audios it also arises their attention.
  19. 19. DELIVER 1.Start strong First impressions are crucial. First minutes are decisive to catch the attention of our public so we don’t waste time with irrelevant information.
  20. 20. DELIVER 2. Keep it short The audience’s attention decrease in time so it is better to finish a bit earlier than take longer and saturate the public.
  21. 21. DELIVER 3. Move away from the podium The aim is to connect with your audience and to do so you should move from the podium and get closer to your public.
  22. 22. DELIVER 4. Make good eye contact Never stand backwards when being in public, you shouldn’t be constantly looking at the slides and try to smile.
  23. 23. DELIVER 5. Courtesy and professional You must be courteous with your audience even if it is a rough public and never lose control because it is your reputation which is at stake.
  24. 24. GENERAL 1.Show your passion Even if you use outstanding visual devices or if your content is great the most important is to believe on what you are presenting and let your passion flow to your audience
  25. 25. GENERAL 2.Keep it simple It is all about the essence of the message. The presentation is to support us but they shouldn’t get all the audience’s attention. Less is more.
  26. 26. GENERAL 3.Can you pass the elevator task? You must be ready for any unexpected event and although your presentation was made for an hour you must be able to transmit the same information in half an hour if neccesary.
  27. 27. GENERAL 4.Use examples When using examples it is easier for the audience to understand better what we are talking about
  28. 28. GENERAL 5.Speech Be careful when speaking in public, you must take care of your pronunciation and rehearse it to gain fluency also the language you use must be adapted to the audience.
  29. 29. That’s it! We hope you find this useful WILDCATS