Use appropriate visual aids (i.e. Powerpoint), and make the best use of them:
· Don’t overload slides; make sure each has only one message, and the text is written in large enough font to be easily visible
· Make them interesting; don’t just read out a list of bullet points from each slide. Judicious use of photos/graphics can be very helpful
· Using too many different colors, fonts, and graphics will distract your audience
· Keep graphs and tables simple, and make sure they are legible and appropriately labeled
No videos will be recorded
Question periods, thanks and acknowledgment of the speakers will take place during the session or after completion of the session, so please stay until the session ends.
Presentation Slide Format
· We suggest presenters set the page for “On-Screen Show (4:3) with a width of 10” and a height of 7.5”.
· We recommend an easy to read typeface(font type) for slides, such as Times New Roman fonts like Helvetica, Cambria or Arial.
· We recommend presenters use color for emphasis only. White or black lettering on a blue the background is easy to read.
· Avoid light lettering on a light background, red or green text and please be considerate of those who are color blind.
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