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July 03, 2009

Effective bulletpoint presentations

I'm generally pretty critical of the traditional bulletpoint style for a presentation. But most people, of course, use them anyway. They might as well do it well.

Here is a presentation by former SI communications manager, Frank DeSanto, that he did for our summer undergraduate research program (REU) last year. He makes a number of good suggestions.

Posted by jmm at July 3, 2009 02:36 PM


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