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The duck goes quack

James Clay
January 25, 2017

The duck goes quack

A presentation about presentations

James Clay

January 25, 2017

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  1. If you have to read out everything on your slide,

    then you might want to consider why you are doing this!
  2. There is no need to have multiple bullet points on

    a single slide. • We feel the need to fill the slide with text. • Putting lots of information on one slide. • Using lots of bullet points. • They lose intensity • Important aspects get lost amongst the list. • People find them difficult to read. • People find them hard to remember. • How many of these will you remember?
  3. If the text is too small to read from the

    back of the room then it is too small.
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