Giving Professional Presentations in the Behavioral Sciences and Related Fields: A Practical Guide for the Novice, the Nervous, and the Nonchalant
Gives concrete advice about designing, delivering, and defending presentations, and is written specifically for students and professionals who have little or no experience of giving presentations.
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Preparing your presentation
Making overheads and slides
Working with PowerPoint
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