There is a new presentation studio at the MRC. This allows presenters to rehearse their presentation and be taped and then review the tape as many times as you choose, so that you can be aware of any ways to improve your presentation. Please see details about how to schedule the room and facilities at http://www.lib.uci.edu/services/mrc/presentation-studio.html
Presentation Skills for Scientists : A Practical Guide, 2010 - Science Library (SL) REF Q223 .Z36 2010
Learning to Communicate in Science and Engineering : Case Studies from MIT, 2010- Science Library (SL) Bar Q223 .P64 2010
Presenting Science : A Practical Guide to Giving a Good Talk, 2010 - Science Library (SL) REF Q223 .I87 2010
Explaining Research: How to Reach Key Audiences to Advance Your Work, 2010 - Science Library (SL) 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-Science Library (SL) 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. Science Library (SL) Bar Q223 M67 2006
Beyond Bullet Points : Using Microsoft® PowerPoint® to Create Presentations That Inform, Motivate, and Inspire, 2005 - LL HF5718.22 .A87 2005
Guidelines from UCI:
General Tutorials and Tips:
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.
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 (at Ask Us Desk on 2nd floor of Science Library)
Currently unavailable but likely to be operational later in Fall Quarter.
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.