This Lyceum event teaches participants how to use PowerPoint effectively in their academic pursuits as well as in the professional world. The presentation will cover common mistakes, which will then be avoided by the participants in future presentations.
The presentation will also cover the pecha-kucha format of linear presentations, as well as up and coming alternatives to PowerPoint. These alternatives can be more effective for student and faculty use depending on the discipline, assignment, or venue. This Lyceum event will also prepare students for in-class presentations as well as the Undergraduate Creative and Investigative Partnerships Symposium.
This Growth Lyceum will be held in the Recital Hall on Monday, February 11 from 6:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.
In today’s highly visual culture, “information literacy” no longer simply refers to text-based information. Students are now presented with a wealth of visual material that can be used to enhance — not merely supplement — scholarly work. In this session, learn how to help students locate, evaluate, and incorporate credible visual resources into reports, presentations, and other assignments. Tips for citing visual resources will also be discussed.
- Wednesday, February 13 at noon in LaVerne Dining Hall
- This session will most benefit the following Departments:
- History and Political Science
- Sciences (all areas – undergraduate & graduate)
- Sport Sciences
- All are Welcome
- Feel free to post questions here in advance