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Course Number: AGBU 220, Fall 2009

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LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY YOUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT NAME HERE A TEMPLATE YOUR TOPICS HERE THE RED ARROW IMAGE GALLERY TECH BACKGROUND FACTS FAQs LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY YOUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT NAME HERE A TEMPLATE YOUR TOPICS HERE THE RED ARROW IMAGE GALLERY TECH BACKGROUND FACTS FAQs The Office of Marketing...

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TECH LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY YOUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT NAME HERE A TEMPLATE YOUR TOPICS HERE THE RED ARROW IMAGE GALLERY TECH BACKGROUND FACTS FAQs LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY YOUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT NAME HERE A TEMPLATE YOUR TOPICS HERE THE RED ARROW IMAGE GALLERY TECH BACKGROUND FACTS FAQs The Office of Marketing and Public Relations now provides a Louisiana Tech PowerPoint template as an optional resource for when you build your next presentation! Please review the content of this PowerPoint because it explains how to use this template effectively. The Marketing & Public Relations Team: Located in the basement of George T. Madison Hall. LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY YOUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT NAME HERE A TEMPLATE YOUR TOPICS HERE THE RED ARROW IMAGE GALLERY TECH BACKGROUND FACTS FAQs The Office of Marketing and Public Relations now provides a Louisiana Tech PowerPoint template as an optional resource for when you build your next presentation! Why use a Louisiana Tech template? Support Louisiana Tech's visual identity program. Easily apply your existing or new PowerPoint to a professional, artistically designed template. Enhance Louisiana Tech's brand consistency and awareness. Please review the content of this PowerPoint because it explains how to use this template effectively. The Marketing & Public Relations Team: Located in the basement of George T. Madison Hall. LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY YOUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT NAME HERE A TEMPLATE YOUR TOPICS HERE THE RED ARROW IMAGE GALLERY TECH BACKGROUND FACTS FAQs Please review the content of this PowerPoint because it explains how to effectively use this template. What areas of this design are considered part of the template? The red bar that displays the Louisiana Tech logo and your college / department name should stay constant throughout your presentation. The black bars should stay constant and the information contained in them can change to fit your presentation needs. Your content is meant to be uniformly positioned in the white area of this template. Tip! Please be kind to design. Refrain from altering the top red bar by adding additional logos or enlarging the TandState logo. LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY YOUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT NAME HERE A TEMPLATE YOUR TOPICS HERE THE RED ARROW IMAGE GALLERY TECH BACKGROUND FACTS FAQs Please review the content of this PowerPoint because it explains how to effectively use this template. What information do you recommend using in the black bars? The top black bar guides the audience through your presentation. It should display topic highlights of your presentation outline. The bottom black bar is meant to provide side information. You might display a fact about Louisiana Tech, a notable statistic, or maybe a compelling quote? You could include your department's logo and contact information along the bottom black bar and in the lower right hand corner throughout your presentation as displayed here. College of Administration and Business | P.O. Box 10318 | Ruston, Louisiana 712720046 318.257.4526 or name@cab.latech.edu LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY YOUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT NAME HERE A TEMPLATE YOUR TOPICS HERE THE RED ARROW IMAGE GALLERY TECH BACKGROUND FACTS FAQs Please review the content of this PowerPoint because it explains how to effectively use this template. How should I use the red arrow? The red arrow points to the topic you are addressing. It should move from left to right through your presentation. Do not attempt to resize the red arrow. Caution! Pay attention to the position of your red arrow as you adjust it on your presentation slides. Double click on the arrow and the Format AutoShape Box appears. Click on the Position tab. Notice that the red arrow is currently at 3.11" (horizontal) and 1.23" (vertical). Your arrows should always rest on the same axis (1.23"). Click to the next slide to see an arrow that is placed incorrectly. College of Administration and Business | P.O. Box 10318 | Ruston, Louisiana 712720046 318.257.4526 or name@cab.latech.edu LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY YOUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT NAME HERE A TEMPLATE YOUR TOPICS HERE THE RED ARROW IMAGE GALLERY TECH BACKGROUND FACTS FAQs Please review the content of this PowerPoint because it explains how to effectively use this template. How should I use the red arrow? The red arrow points to the topic you are addressing. It should move from left to right through your presentation. Do not attempt to resize the red arrow. Caution! Pay attention to the position of your red arrow as you adjust it on your presentation slides. Double click on the arrow and the Format AutoShape Box appears. Click on the Position tab. Notice that the red arrow is currently at 3.11" (horizontal) and 1.23" (vertical). Your arrows should always rest on the same axis (1.23"). College of Administration and Business | P.O. Box 10318 | Ruston, Louisiana 712720046 318.257.4526 or name@cab.latech.edu LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY YOUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT NAME HERE A TEMPLATE YOUR TOPICS HERE THE RED ARROW IMAGE GALLERY TECH BACKGROUND FACTS FAQs Please review the content of this PowerPoint because it explains how to effectively use this template. Could I get Louisiana Tech imagery for my PowerPoint? Yes. Louisiana Tech has a lot of excellent imagery. Simply contact Donny Crowe, Tech's Photographer, and ask for imagery to be emailed to you. You can request imagery by topic such as "students studying," "graduation," "faculty / student interaction," "students in lab setting," etc. The next few slides show some excellent imagery. Enjoy! Caution! Avoid imagery overload in your PowerPoint, especially if there are charts and graphs in the presentation. Remember that "white space" is refreshing. You not do need to fill every space. Donny Crowe | University Photographer | Office of Marketing and Public Relations 318.257.4854 or dcrowe@latech.edu LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY YOUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT NAME HERE A TEMPLATE YOUR TOPICS HERE THE RED ARROW IMAGE GALLERY TECH BACKGROUND FACTS FAQs Please review the content of this PowerPoint because it explains how to effectively use this template. Donny Crowe | University Photographer | Office of Marketing and Public Relations 318.257.4854 or dcrowe@latech.edu LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY YOUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT NAME HERE A TEMPLATE YOUR TOPICS HERE THE RED ARROW IMAGE GALLERY TECH BACKGROUND FACTS FAQs Please review the content of this PowerPoint because it explains how to effectively use this template. Donny Crowe | University Photographer | Office of Marketing and Public Relations 318.257.4854 or dcrowe@latech.edu LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY YOUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT NAME HERE A TEMPLATE YOUR TOPICS HERE THE RED ARROW IMAGE GALLERY TECH BACKGROUND FACTS FAQs Please review the content of this PowerPoint because it explains how to effectively use this template. Donny Crowe | University Photographer | Office of Marketing and Public Relations 318.257.4854 or dcrowe@latech.edu LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY YOUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT NAME HERE A TEMPLATE YOUR TOPICS HERE THE RED ARROW IMAGE GALLERY TECH BACKGROUND FACTS FAQs Please review the content of this PowerPoint because it explains how to effectively use this template. Donny Crowe | University Photographer | Office of Marketing and Public Relations 318.257.4854 or dcrowe@latech.edu LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY YOUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT NAME HERE A TEMPLATE YOUR TOPICS HERE THE RED ARROW IMAGE GALLERY TECH BACKGROUND FACTS FAQs Please review the content of this PowerPoint because it explains how to effectively use this template. Donny Crowe | University Photographer | Office of Marketing and Public Relations 318.257.4854 or dcrowe@latech.edu LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY YOUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT NAME HERE A TEMPLATE YOUR TOPICS HERE THE RED ARROW IMAGE GALLERY TECH BACKGROUND FACTS FAQs Please review the content of this PowerPoint because it explains how to effectively use this template. Donny Crowe | University Photographer | Office of Marketing and Public Relations 318.257.4854 or dcrowe@latech.edu LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY YOUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT NAME HERE A TEMPLATE YOUR TOPICS HERE THE RED ARROW IMAGE GALLERY TECH BACKGROUND FACTS FAQs Please review the content of this PowerPoint because it explains how to effectively use this template. Donny Crowe | University Photographer | Office of Marketing and Public Relations 318.257.4854 or dcrowe@latech.edu LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY YOUR COLLEGE OR DEPARTMENT NAME HERE A TEMPLATE YOUR TOPICS HERE THE RED ARROW IMAGE GALLERY TECH BACKGROUND FACTS FAQs Please review the content of this PowerPoint because it explains how to effectively use this template. Is there a document that provides a basic overview of Louisiana Tech University? Yes! These "backgrounders" or "fact sheets" are available in the Office of Marketing and Public Relations. There are a few you can choose from such as the "boiler plate" often used in grant writing or the "Peterson's Guide" backgr...

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