Monday, 7 January 2019, 2:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m. North 231C
This mini-workshop is designed to enable participants to use simple guidelines to create more memorable and effective presentations for conference audiences. Participants will learn the following:
The basic rules of clear organization of information.
How to think about the audience.
How to use visual aids well.
How to develop a bottom line message.
How to become more confident in presenting.
This workshop will be broken into three intense units: learning the basics, developing a message and presentation, and delivering that presentation. This hands-on, immediate application of principles will enable participants to revise their own individual presentations for more effective and rewarding results. Workshop Leader: Dr. Susan Jasko.