Putting the Power in PowerPoint

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Presentations are an important part of our outreach. Have you ever created a powerpoint that just didn’t land with your audience? Looking to revamp your process but don’t have time to squeeze it into your busy schedule? This presentation will provide practical ways you can create more powerful powerpoints when time is of the essence. It will highlight color choice, questions to ask yourself as you develop your deck, and the assertion-evidence based approach to slide development. You’ll also hear about where you can go to find more information on creating impactful presentations. Have a slide or two you’re really struggling with? Send it to callie.herron@ces.uwex.edu and you could be selected to collaborate on a before and after example for this session.


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This work is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, New Technologies for Ag Extension project.