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Research Wednesday – Crafting Effective PowerPoints! -- March 3 @ 5:00 pm

by Heidi Pettitt on 2021-03-01T12:20:00-06:00 | Comments

graphic announcementIncluding a PowerPoint is a great way to help your audience understand what you’re speaking about and keep everyone on track, but we’ve all sat through presentations where the PowerPoint hurt the presentation instead of helping it. Hybrid classes and Zoom make the need for an effective PowerPoint even more essential as your audience can’t focus on you. 

During the Crafting Effective PowerPoints session, we’ll discuss some of the common issues with presentations such as: 

  • too many words, 
  • too few words, 
  • text that’s difficult to read,
  • animations that distract,
  • and images that you can’t see.

I’ll also address some issue that are unique to Zoom. Once we’ve identified the issues, I’ll show you easy ways to avoid them and craft a PowerPoint that supports your message. Sign up at: https://loras.libcal.com/calendar/events/powerpoint 
 


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