IT Presentation Principles

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Published on September 13, 2008

Author: jcyrus


Instructional Design Principles for Slide Presentations : Instructional Design Principles for Slide Presentations Dr. Jacqui Cyrus School of Education Slide Content : Slide Content One idea per slide Present key points only Avoid reading from slides Key Points : Key Points Use ‘bullets.’ Keeps text organized Use key words or short phrases Keep text left-aligned Content is easier to read. Slide Design : Slide Design Allow plenty WHITE SPACE Use graphics where possible Helps the visual learner Use graphics sparingly Put one major point on a slide 7 x 7 Rule : 7 x 7 Rule 1 one 2 one two 3 one two three 4 one two three four 5 one two three four five 6 one two three four five six 7 one two three four five six seven Background : Background Jewel tones are the best Darker blues, greens, burgundy and purples Worst colors Reds, black, and white Busy backgrounds are harder to read quickly. Background Color Practice : Background Color Practice Menu ---> format Scroll down to word ‘Background.’ From dropdown menu, select color For 2 colors, select fill effects Apply to one slide or all slides Text : Text AVOID USING ALL CAPS Avoid Captalizing Every Word Use a natural style of writing Text Size : Text Size Minimum size should be 36 pt. Titles should remain at 44 pt. Avoid fancy or condensed lettering The recommended styles: sans serif such as Geneva, Comic sans or Arial. Text Style : Text Style Plain Text Bold Shadow Bold and Shadow Graphics : Graphics Use graphics to clarify a point. Do NOT use an unrelated graphic. Position the graphic carefully Start on the left. Use animation to bring image up before or after the specific point. No Apologies! : No Apologies! If you cannot read the text, If you cannot see the graphic, then DON’T use it! Sound : Sound Sound can be an asset. Sound can be a distraction. Use sound to emphasize a point. How to insert sound : How to insert sound From Slide Show, select Custom Animation Select Slide from slide titles Select Effects Select Add Sound These steps may vary according to OS. Summary : Summary Make it readable. Use 7 x 7 rule. Keep it simple. Time yourself and practice prior to delivery

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