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Here are some basic rules about presenting information:

  • Look at the people you are presenting to. Don't stare at the paper before you or the screen onto which you are projecting. Try to engage them not ignore them.
  • Watch you audience for indications as to whether they are confused or bored.
  • You don't need to use PowerPoint, but it is expected for presentations of a certain formality and it can be useful when there is information that can be shown visually. You should learn how to use it and the read Edward Tufte's pamphlet [| The Cognitive Style of Powerpoint].
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