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Presentation Skillspresentation

After you have done your research, you will want to present your discoveries and conclusions in the classroom, or to your clients. Presenting complex concepts, numbers and ideas requires both skill and creativity. The resources provided below may help as you create your perfect business presentation.

Note: There may be some duplicate titles among these topic links. Here we have books and videos in our library on:

PowerPoint Presentations
Business Presentations
Public Speaking
Presentation Graphics Software
Graphics Methods and Data
Visual Communication

Effective Visual Communication  The Exceptional Presenter Goes Virtual   The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs  Confessions of a Public Speaker  Slide:ology  The Wall Street Journal Guides to Information Graphics

Presentation Zen  Resonate  The Exceptional Presented  Presentation Skills 201  How to Create a Killer PowerPoint Presentation  PresentationZen Design

And we have periodical articles in our library on:

Presentation Skills

And you may find other sources in Google Books on:

Presentation Skills
Visual Communication

Any of the titles listed in Google Books, not held by our library, can be acquired via our Inter Library Loan service.

Deliver Polished Presentations Steve Jobs Style

Learn more about Prezi

Slideshare

If you need suggestions for more sources, please contact me.

 

Last Update: December 02, 2013

 

 
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