Come rehearse your presentation, using posters or powerpoint or other presentation software. Set up theatre-style, it can accommodate individuals or groups. Use the replay function to see how audience perceives delivery. Sign up for a reservation to book the room as it gets busy towards the end of the quarter.
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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
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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.