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【转载】Guideline for Preparing Your Presentation

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江宗培_Fox 发表于 2011-11-26 02:26:02 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
和之前我发的帖子相对的,这里是一个正面的教材:

from AGU website:
http://sites.agu.org/fallmeeting ... session-guidelines/

Prepare Your Presentation

    Graphics must be well designed, simple, and legible to everyone in the audience.
    Use as few graphics as possible for the time allotted. As a general rule, use one graphic for each 1 or 2 minutes of presentation time.
    Presentations are most readable on a dark background (blue, for example) and bright lettering (yellow or white). It is helpful to step 8-10 feet back from your computer screen and make sure your slides are legible. Avoid using small fonts that will be illegible from the back of the room, and break up a complex slide into a series of slides.
    Devote each graphic to a single fact, idea, or finding. Illustrate major points or trends, not detailed data.
    Avoid long or complicated formulas or equations. Each graphic should remain on the screen for at least 20 seconds.
    Use the minimum number of words possible in titles, subtitles, and captions. Standard abbreviations are acceptable.
    Use bold characters instead of fancy fonts.
    Table preparation: Use not more than three or four vertical columns or more than six or eight horizontal rows. Information is hard to read with more columns or rows. Avoid vertical or horizontal rules as they distract the eye and clutter the graphic. Whenever possible, present data using bar charts or graphs instead of tables.
    Graph preparation: Avoid more than two curves on one diagram; a maximum of three or four curves may be shown, but only if well separated. Label each curve; Avoid symbols and legends. Avoid data points unless scatter is important.
    Colored graphs are very effective. Color adds attractiveness, interest, and clarity to slide and viewgraph illustrations and should be used whenever possible. Contrasting color schemes are easier to see.
    Examine every graphic and view each under adverse light conditions before presenting at a meeting. It is not often possible to provide excellent lighting at meetings.
    An introductory and a concluding graphic can greatly improve the focus of your talk.
ocean1 发表于 2011-11-26 12:15:56 | 显示全部楼层
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