(List presented by AG at ComSciCon 2013.)

  1. Know your audience.
  2. Decide what you are trying to say, before you start preparing any text, slides, video, or interactives.
  3. Turn your work into a compelling story.
  4. Less is more, especially in presentations.
  5. Never overuse jargon or equations.
  6. “PowerPoint doesn’t kill presentations, bullets do.”
  7. Handouts are often an interesting option in live presentations.
  8. Visualization and good graphics are critical for colleagues, not just for “the public.”
  9. Don’t be afraid to break the mold.
  10. Give credit where credit is due.

Reference: Alyssa Goodman’s “Desk”

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