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SPCH 230: Visual Aids Lecture, 3/15/10 1 Advantages of Visual Aids c Clarity c Interest c Retention c Credibility c Persuasiveness RSVP Rule for Visual Aids Kinds of Visual Aids c The Speaker c Posters c Handouts c Objects c Objects c Videotape/DVD c Charts/Graphs c Multimedia Pres. Overheads Advantages c Relatively inexpensive c Easily available c Easy to use Disadvantages c Projector can fail c Cheap look Tips for Using c Avoid blocking screen c Talk to audience, not to screen or projector c Learn how to use and determine where to place BEFORE the presentation www.mavromatic.com/images Posters Advantages c Inexpensive to create Disadvantages c Difficult to illustrate complex images in large enough size c Can look unprofessional and messy Tips for Using c Ensure ALL parts are large enough for whole audience to see c Make lettering and figures neat and plain c Avoid putting too much on a single poster
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SPCH 230: Visual Aids Lecture, 3/15/10 2 Handouts Advantages c Often the best option for complex, detailed information c Inexpensive c Not dependent on technology Disadvantages c Audience can too easily focus
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course SPCH 230 taught by Professor Pellechia during the Spring '08 term at South Carolina.

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