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CMPSCI 590AC – Guidelines for Student Presentations Summer 2016 (2 nd ) Guidelines for Student Presentations In the second half of the course you will be asked to present a short paper to the class. You will also be presenting your final project to the class. Here are some guidelines on how to organize your paper presentation and your final project presentation. Don’t panic – this may sound more complex than it is. We will discuss this in class. General guidelines for presentations: - Use any presentation software (e.g., Microsoft PowerPoint, Open Office) - Use sans serif font for better legibility and do not use any crazy Microsoft office backgrounds - Select a color scheme that has high contrast and is visible to the human eye (e.g., do not use black on blue or vice versa) - Number your slides - Remember: Less is more (if you need more info on a slide, add it to the notes section) Format for presenting paper summaries: - Include full citation to paper (title; author(s); year published; if a conference
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