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Breaking Bad Habits: Teaching Effective PowerPoint Use to Working Graduate Students
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Business Communication Quarterly Volume 67, Number 2, ISSN 1080-5699

Abstract

One interesting aspect of teaching students to use PowerPoint and similar graphics packages effectively is that graduate students who are already in the workforce often have bad presentation habits that they need to break. In this article, the author discusses ways of breaking these bad habits. Using storyboards is one way to keep students from putting a whole written report on their slides. Storyboards also focus the presentation planning on main points, analysis, and answers rather than on mere information.

Citation

Vik, G.N. (2004). Breaking Bad Habits: Teaching Effective PowerPoint Use to Working Graduate Students. Business Communication Quarterly, 67(2), 225-228. Retrieved October 23, 2019 from .

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