[Linux-aus] [Papers-chair] [sort of OT] Making a better LCA Presentation - Avoiding "Death-By-Powerpoint" 
gdt at gdt.id.au
Sat May 30 11:25:36 AEST 2015
I educate an audience about a technical topic a few times a year. Getting
the data from those old-fashioned feedback forms and the comments upon
them within a day or two is invaluable. If feedback isn't quickly
available (and it can be difficult for a large conference) then a few
selected auditors is almost as good.
As for slides, uggh. Most talks would be better with just a few slides
showing code fragments, photos or diagrams. So many people confuse the
role of slides and speaker's notes. And just because marketing people put
a logo on every flat surface doesn't mean you need to do the same.
Glen Turner <http://www.gdt.id.au/~gdt/>
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