Presentations: Extreme Makeover
Presentations That Stick (based on the work of Chip and Dan Heath)
More advice from:
Chip Heath and Dan Heath
1. Stories and examples are the building blocks of a presentation.
2. Don't provide a long summary of what you will cover--Parachute In!
3. Let your main points hog the spotlight.
4. Tease, Don't Tell
5. Bring reality in the room.
Citing Sources in a Presentation
Author, name. Title of work. Year. Institution name, place. Format file.
1) Example when the image has a name:
Delano, Jack. At the Vermont State Fair. 1941. Library of Congress, Washington. JPEG file.
2) Example for images without names: Use [ ] to include a description of image if there is no title.
[Unidentified girl in mourning dress holding framed photograph of her father as a cavalryman with sword and Hardee hat] Library of Congress, Washington. JPEG file.
3) Personal Photograph you took:
Mary with Rosie. Personal photograph by Linda McSweeney. 28 March 2013.