Each year, we try to provide you with the most innovative and timely topics related to technology, training, and technical assistance. If you are presenting for us during this year's presentation, here are a few helpful tips:
Create an outline for your presentation. Make sure you have a clear central idea and three to four audience take-aways. This will help you create a presentation that is easy for your audience to follow.
Keep points simple and succinct. You're an expert, but there are many people in the audience that are new to this information.
Use large type, standard fonts, and strong contrast on your slides. This will guarantee that your audience will see what's most important.
Use simplified charts and graphs instead of tables. The finer details work best for printable charts, graphs, and tables. When you omit these details from your slides, don't worry: you can still talk about them if you feel that some of those details were helpful for context.
Use images where possible. And, remember: any words on your slide should not be repeating the words you are saying; otherwise, you and your slides will be redundant.
Use video only if it is the best or only way to communicate your point. Be sure to clip videos to the most salient sections. Your audience is there to hear you!
Please feel free to contact us at
firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance in constructing your presentation. We will be happy to help you!
Please take a moment to suggest a person you know or yourself as a potential speaker at one of our upcoming conferences using the form below. Do you know a person who is knowledgeable about an innovative technology or a timely training topic? Do you know something about a technology or technique that you think would help your peers?
Speaker Suggestion Form
NOTE: We greatly value your suggestions for topics that provide training and technical assistance; however, please be aware that we cannot use marketing/sales topics for our conference presentations.