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Engineering 190W - Summer Session I, 2022 - Tateri Sections: Presentation Tools & Guidelines

Streaming Media Guide

Presentation Studio in MRC

The Presentation Studio is now reopened in the MRC.  Regardless of whether you can use it or not, please still try and rehearse everyone's presentation.  Schedule a Zoom session or Skype call where each of you can present and get feedback before you put together your final presentation of your group's research topic.

Featured Resources - Books to Help


Clear and Concise Communications for Scientists and Engineers, 2012

Social Media for Engineers and Scientists, 2012

 

Presentation Skills for Scientists : A Practical Guide, 2010 - ASL REF Q223 .Z36 2010

Learning to Communicate in Science and Engineering : Case Studies from MIT, 2010   - ASL Bar Q223 .P64 2010

Presenting Science : A Practical Guide to Giving a Good Talk, 2010 - ASL REF Q223 .I87 2010

Explaining Research: How to Reach Key Audiences to Advance Your Work, 2010 - ASL REF Q223 .M399 2010

Presentation Zen: Simple Ideas on Presentation Design and Delivery - LL  HF5718.22 .R49 2008    

Slide:ology: The Art and Science of Creating Great Presentations, 2008- ASL HF5718.22 D83 2008

A Student's Guide to Presentations Making Your Presentation Count - LL  PN4192.S78 C55 2007 

 

Speaking About Science: Manual for Creating Clear Presentations, 2006. ASL Bar Q223 M67 2006

Beyond Bullet Points : Using Microsoft® PowerPoint® to Create Presentations That Inform, Motivate, and Inspire, 2005 - LL HF5718.22 .A87 2005 

Sources for Media, Film Clips, Video

Image Presentation Guidelines

Guidelines from UCI:

General Tutorials and Tips:

Overview of presentation tools

The following document provides an extensive overview of presentation tools including a descriptions of who can use each tool, and why you might want to use them, the document also includes the pros and cons for each for each tool.

Presentation Authoring Software

  • PowerPoint - Microsoft Office software for creating and sharing presentations.

  • KeyNote- Apple iWork software for creating and sharing presentations.  Available for Macintosh and iPad only.

  • Impress- Open-source software available in several versions (Open Office, NeoOffice, etc.) for creating and sharing presentations.

  • ARTstor Offline Image Viewer (OIV)- ARTstor-optimized software for creating and sharing presentations. 

Online Presentation Authoring Tools

  • Prezi- Unique online presentation creation and sharing system with easy image and video handling.  Basic features and public sharing are free

  • Pachyderm- Uses forms and templates to create presentations with minimal work.  Intended for institutional use; requires local server and configuration support.  Free to New Media Consortium members; available for a cost to others.

  • Google Presentations- Free online presentation authoring and sharing tool.  As part of Google Docs, it allows for easy collaboration and sharing with others who have free Google accounts.

  • Zoho Show- Free online presentation authoring and sharing tool.  Allows remote presentations.

  • SlideRocket - Online presentation authoring and sharing tool optimized for high resolution images.  Basic features are free.

    Liaison Librarian

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    Julia Gelfand
    Contact:
    Office: Science Library 228

    Phone: 949-824-4971

    EMail: jgelfand@uci.edu

    Presentation Best Practices Tip Sheet

    Online Presentation Sharing Sites

    • UCI Replay- UCI sponsored service to capture and share audio and screen for instrucation or presentations.

    • Slideshare- Free web-based service that allows uploading and sharing of presentation slides and audio.  Includes tool to sync audio with individual slides.  Has also social features allowing users to follow and comment on favorite presenters, topics, etc.

    • Authorstream- Free web-based service that allows uploading and sharing of presentation slides and audio.  Includes PresentLive feature that lets viewers follow and chat about your live presentations on their own computer. 

    Reprographics

    To create posters, the local options for reprographics include:

    To print a poster or to make slides for your work at UCI there are several options about where to go.  First, you should save the poster and size it accordingly.  The following installations are places that will print your poster or help you with digital imaging of slides and other photographic processes:

    Science Library, Poster Printing
    Posters are printed to fit 36” x 42” on enhanced matte paper.
    All posters should be submitted on a USB drive as a PDF file.
    Posters are printed within 1-2 business days.
    The cost is $50 per poster.
    Payment and pick-up happens at the Check Out Desk on the 1st floor of the Science Library and must be paid with a credit/debit card or deposit funds with Venmo, PayPal, or ApplePay, or Print on the go by downloading the Wepa Print app. Available from the App Store or Google Play.

     

    Other Options: