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How to Make an Effective Presentation Dr. Jim Nelson Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies Fall Quarter, 2010
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College of Engineering & Science:   ENGR 120 . Louisiana Tech University College of Engineering and Science Introduction Preparation Graphics General Tips Closure Allow yourself enough time to prepare. It always takes more time than you think.
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College of Engineering & Science:   ENGR 120 . Louisiana Tech University College of Engineering and Science Introduction Preparation Graphics General Tips Closure Presentation Title Slide Mind Mapping Voice Projection Gestures Conversational Tone Graphs 3D or 2D ? Titles Units
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College of Engineering & Science:   ENGR 120 . Louisiana Tech University College of Engineering and Science Introduction Preparation Graphics General Tips Closure KISS Principle Keep It Simple, Stupid !! (Keep it at an appropriate level for the audience)
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College of Engineering & Science:   ENGR 120 . Louisiana Tech University College of Engineering and Science Introduction Preparation Graphics General Tips Closure BE FLEXIBLE !! Be prepared to adjust your presentation to: Audience Equipment Problems Time Constraints Room
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College of Engineering & Science:   ENGR 120 . Louisiana Tech University College of Engineering and Science Introduction Preparation Graphics General Tips Closure Speak from your slides. Let them serve as your notes. Allow about one minute per slide. Don’t do this.
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College of Engineering & Science:   ENGR 120 . Louisiana Tech University College of Engineering and Science Introduction Preparation Graphics General Tips Closure GRAPHS Simple, Not Cluttered Readable Title and Axis Labels Units 3D only if it adds clarity
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  • Winter '08
  • HALL
  • Bachelor's degree, Audience theory, College of Engineer ing and Science, General Tips Closure, Introduction Preparation Graphics

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