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C reating Presentations Hope Greenberg. Presentations. Creating Presentations. Some Powerpoint Approaches. Traditional Pecha kucha ( peh - chah ’-k- chuh ) Interactive Dialog (dancing with Powerpoint ). Creating Presentations. Presentations. Creating Presentations. Content.

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    1. Creating PresentationsHope Greenberg

    2. Presentations Creating Presentations

    3. Some Powerpoint Approaches • Traditional • Pechakucha(peh-chah’-k-chuh) • Interactive • Dialog (dancing with Powerpoint) Creating Presentations

    4. Presentations Creating Presentations

    5. Content • How much? • Organized how? • Optimum stickiness? Creating Presentations

    6. “Less is more.” Creating Presentations

    7. If you want to sound like an expert you should make sure that you have included everything. • Put in complex charts graphs, and images too, so they can really appreciate and understand just how much work you have done. • The information should be written in detail and text should always fill the slide. • Read it to the audience so you know they are getting it and won’t miss anything. • Prove that you remember all the details by including any bits and pieces you can squeeze into your allotted time. • Make sure all of your thoughts and ideas are there, and it will be a fine presentation. Creating Presentations

    8. Ifyou want to sound like an expert youshould make sure that youhaveincluded everything. • Put in complex charts, graphs and images,too, so they can really appreciate and understand just how muchwork you have done. • Theinformationshould be written in detail and text should always fill the slide. • Read it to theaudience so you know they are getting it andwon’tmiss anything. • Prove that yourememberall the details by includinganybits and pieces you can squeeze into your allotted time. • Make sure all ofyour thoughts and ideas are there, and itwill be a fine presentation. Creating Presentations

    9. Traditional, or, “Darth Vader Method” Creating Presentations

    10. Creating Presentations

    11. “Less is more.” Creating Presentations

    12. “Good presentations tell a story.” Creating Presentations

    13. Creating Presentations

    14. Statement of topic • What is interesting? • Your motivation • Your key points Creating Presentations

    15. Creating Presentations • Pick 2 to 3 • Introduce, Support, Recap • Active voice, not passive

    16. Creating Presentations • Brief recap • Implications or next steps • Connect to introduction

    17. “Tell ’em what you’ll tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em what you told ’em.” Creating Presentations

    18. How much? “Less is more.” • Organized how? “Tell a story.” • Stickiness? Reiterate. “Tell ’em….” Creating Presentations

    19. Presentations Creating Presentations

    20. Design • Color, balance, elements • Simplicity works • Choose images/graphs wisely Creating Presentations

    21. Presentations and Posters Workshop

    22. Mechanism of Dehydrocoupling Creating Presentations Waterman, R. Organometallics, 2007, 26, 2492.

    23. Or no words at all… pechakucha (20 slides, 20 seconds per slide) Creating Presentations

    24. 19th Century Changes:Vermont Split Town Names

    25. U.S. Census, 1850. Colchester, Vermont

    26. Presentations Creating Presentations

    27. Interactive, or, “Yoda Method” Creating Presentations

    28. Creating Presentations “Luke, write your own destiny you must.”

    29. What are your favorite tips? Creating Presentations

    30. Dialog, or, “dancing with ppt” Creating Presentations

    31. As we watch this performance pay particular attention to these questions: • What does the speaker do when a new slide appears? • How are bullet points used in this example? • Is there a pattern to his presentation? (Introduction, reiterative explication, etc.) Creating Presentations

    32. “Your slides are not your presentation; you are your presentation.” Creating Presentations

    33. Content • Focus on the key points • Have a beginning, middle and end • Reiterate • Design • Simplicity, consistency • Clear, appropriate graphs/images • Performance • Practice • Memorize first sentences • Connect Summary Creating Presentations