I love responding to reader's questions. Recently, my colleague, Lynn Gaertner-Johnston, emailed me a question about moving in the front of the room while presenting slides. Lynn is a business writing expert and grammar guru (check out her website at http://www.syntaxtraining.com/) and this question came up when she was teaching a class in an MBA program:
|Sunlight and moonlight are the only lights you |
should ever be bathed in - never "slide light"!
Anything else you would add on moving from one side of the room to another? Thanks, Lynn."
And if you are emailing the presentation to people or it will be posted on a website, remember to remove the black slides or they will confuse people and use up a lot of ink if printed."
Do you have any additional suggestions or horror stories of "movement gone bad" when presenting slides? Post them here on my blog - and feel free to post additional questions for me to answer.
Gilda Bonanno's blog www.gildabonanno.blogspot.com