Presentation Skills using PowerPoint Sue Vecsey Faculty of Medical Sciences http://fms-itskills.ncl.ac.uk What makes a good presentation? Think of some examples and discuss with your colleagues
http://fms-itskills.ncl.ac.uk Glossophobia http://fms-itskills.ncl.ac.uk Elements of a Presentation http://fms-itskills.ncl.ac.uk
Planning a Presentation Helps you to consider your: Audience Topic Method http://fms-itskills.ncl.ac.uk Structuring your Presentation All presentations need:
Introduction. Detail. Conclusion. 20% of talk time. Use approximately 1 slide per minute. http://fms-itskills.ncl.ac.uk Drafting and Designing
5-9 bullets Font Colour Images
Transitions and animations http://fms-itskills.ncl.ac.uk Refining Enough slides? Illustrated concepts? http://fms-itskills.ncl.ac.uk
Practising is important! Check timing. Obtain feedback. Refine your presentation. Gain confidence and familiarity.
Practise your presentation technique. Remove unnecessary information. Check accuracy, spelling, technique, and technology! http://fms-itskills.ncl.ac.uk Deliver your Presentation
Smile, be enthusiastic, be yourself. Speak clearly, slowly and loudly. Speak to the audience, not your notes! Use your arms to emphasise a point. Use your slides as a cue or prompt, not as your script. Know your presentation.
Be confident, entertaining. Be silent. http://fms-itskills.ncl.ac.uk Conclusion Plan and Structure (on paper). Draft slides before designing. Refine, using images, animations and transitions carefully. Practise in front of a friendly
audience. Deliver your presentation with confidence. http://fms-itskills.ncl.ac.uk Getting Help Online at fms-itskills.ncl.ac.uk/ppt. There are other resources online that you may also find useful.
By email at [email protected] Fell cluster help desk, Wednesday's 2pm to 4pm, termtime. http://fms-itskills.ncl.ac.uk Presentation Skills using PowerPoint Sue Vecsey Faculty of Medical Sciences
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