GEOG8260.9, Getting off the grid

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GEOG8260.9, Getting off the grid

  1. 1. h p://www.agu.org/meetings/fm09/lectures/lecture_videos/A23A.shtml
  2. 2. WHATSTYLE?
  3. 3. OPTION ONE Develop a presentation on an aspect ofyour research in the style of Pecha Kucha.
  4. 4. OPTION TWO Develop a presentation on an aspect ofyour research following guidelines set by the American Geophysical Union.
  5. 5. WHATAUDIENCE?
  6. 6. US THEM
  7. 7. GOING OFF THE GRIDPhotograph: Mike Small
  8. 8. Photograph: Howard Kang
  9. 9. Unplug.Photograph: Shawn Campbell
  10. 10. Find a quiet spot.Photograph: Ed Yourdon
  11. 11. Photograph: Kurt Groetsch
  12. 12. Identify your core message.Photograph: Nicole Cho
  13. 13. BRAINSTORM!
  14. 14. “If I can make things work on paper, ”then I can make them work on the set. Kevin Coster
  15. 15. Consolidate, edit and group your ideas.Photograph: Ma hew Wright
  16. 16. Photograph: Robert Dumas
  17. 17. “MURDERYOURDARLINGS. ” Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
  18. 18. Sketch your visuals.Photograph: mia!
  19. 19. THEN go back toyour computer.
  20. 20. Photograph: Ric Bretschneider
  21. 21. Exercise!A er brainstorming on your own, usethe slide template to create a blueprintfor your presentation.

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