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Bullet-Point-Proof Presentations

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Workshop presentation given by Michelle Dalton, College Liaison Librarian at University College Dublin Library, Dublin, Ireland on 2nd October, 2015 at the Library Association of Ireland Career Development Group AGM.

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Bullet-Point-Proof Presentations

  1. 1. bullet-point-proof presentations Michelle Dalton UCD Library slideshare.com/mishdalton @mishdalton
  2. 2. today is about #1 talking #2 doing #3 discussing
  3. 3. some caveats
  4. 4. design is subjective
  5. 5. design is subjective very
  6. 6. trying something different
  7. 7. Activity #1
  8. 8. think about… some things to
  9. 9. #1 engagement #2 content
  10. 10. what story are you trying to tell?
  11. 11. pacing, sequencing & storyboarding
  12. 12. one point per slide
  13. 13. less is more
  14. 14. templates?
  15. 15. white space
  16. 16. colour colour
  17. 17. (ir)relevant images
  18. 18. don’t worry that your font size is too large…
  19. 19. don’t worry that your font size is too large… because it isn’t!!
  20. 20. there are more fonts than
  21. 21. •do you really •need those •bullet points?
  22. 22. using pdf
  23. 23. useful resources
  24. 24. “wrappers” powerpoint prezi canva haikudeck google docs (slides) emaze slidedog
  25. 25. images / fonts etc. ccsearch.org pixabay freepik.com dafont 1001freefonts fontsquirrel
  26. 26. colour schemes coolors pictaculous color hunter colourlovers design-seeds adobe color cc
  27. 27. color hunter
  28. 28. inspiration
  29. 29. workshop
  30. 30. Activity #2 Groups of 3-4 Choose an abstract Storyboard & design some slides Time = 15 mins Debrief :)
  31. 31. What’s your story? Engagement? # of slides? Sequencing? Spacing/Layout?
  32. 32. What was new? What was difficult? What was easy? Hint: There are no right answers :-)
  33. 33. try something different
  34. 34. questions? michelle.dalton@ucd.ie @mishdalton slideshare.com/mishdalton thank you :-)

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