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Presentation Tech.

ACSA - Presentation Techniques

Group Delivery with Speaker used as a supplement and complement to a speaker-delivered presentation; slides support information presented by speaker, slides display graphics that enhance communication, slides present key points for added emphasis of content
Group Delivery without Speaker presentation is played one time to audience, does not require an explanation or interpretation by speaker; can be displayed to entertain an audience prior to speech or event; can be used to inform audience about procedures
Continuous Loop presentation is played repeatedly (on-loop) until manually stopped; may not have logical beginning or end; may be used to broadcast general information
Rolling Script presentation is played at moderate pace to allow for user participation; usually stand-alone content
Self-Serve self-paced and often interactive; may be accompanied by a narration embedded within the presentation; may be delivered via a website
As a Hard Copy used to complement presentations and enable retention of information; to enable comprehension and to assist the speaker;
To enable audience comprehension (hard copy) This method is especially effective when the content is foreign (new) to the audience or user, has to be remembered, is procedural (1, 2, 3, 4), or is presented to a large group
To assist the speaker (hard copy) Notes Page contains one slide per page and any notes that accompany the slide; Outline View presents the information in compact form without graphics; speaker has notes or outline while presenting
Created by: mmabe



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