Dec 11, 2009

In Preparation for SDN 602

For those of you taking you this course next semester, I do a workshop on how to present your work, especially through talks supported by projected images. An important technique to use is the use of a narrative. Data is important, and good data is best to integrate into your presentation. However, what is absolutely essential to a remarkable presentation is the story. The best presentations always, always tell a story. That is, the presenter tells the story with support from the projected images. One does not read what is on the slide. One becomes a storyteller with the illustrations projected behind them. Below is a pretty good example.

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