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Oral Presentation Skills: Showcase Workshop

In this workshop, we’ll explore the topic of presentation effectiveness through examples (using rubrics to evaluate presentations) and through reflective presentation creation exercises (translating text into winning content).

Organization

> Organization

  • Is your presentation content in a logical order? 
  • Does your presentation content support the focus of your presentation?
  • Is the plan for your presentation evident and consistent?
  • For PowerPoint, Prezi, etc.: Is the structure of each slide/frame is logical order (titles, headings, bulleted/numbered lists)?
  • BEST CASE: Audience understands where we are and where we've been in the presentation; audience has a sense of where you're going in the presentation; audience doesn't lose sight of your focus.
  • WORST CASE: Audience is lost in the presentation; slides (etc., if any) doesn't seem to have logical presentation.

Best Stats Ever - & Well-Organized Too!