Please use your PubMed skills to locate the PDFs
*Tuesday Presentation Directions
(NOTE: set up time to chat as a group, thursday before/after class & also monday if needed).
Final version is to be sent on Sunday by 3pm by email to Ahna (firstname.lastname@example.org). I will revise slides sunday and email this back to you. The sooner you can send me your final slides the earlier you will get feedback. I will particularly help with your slide layout, order and content and clarify things about the readings you might have.
There is always supplemental data online at the actual journal.
Go to the journal to get your figures and download the HIGH res images directly. There is never a reason to have pixelated images in your talks. If you having issues, please contact Ahna to help you.
February 4th, 2020: Carissa & Tanner
February 11th, 2020: Lucas & Olivia
Feb 18th, 2020: Sheida & Erin
Feb 25th, 2020: Gus & Jeanette
March 3rd, 2020: Tim & Mario
March 10th: Teja & Nikhil
March 24th: Chris & Ryan
March 31st: Yukun & Kye
Feb 21st, 2020: READ BEFORE LAB
Textbook: Wanna give good presentations?
A great resource on how to make slides for your talk. I love this book!
Presentation Zen by Garr Reynolds.
More from Garr Reynolds...
by Garr Reynolds
I prefer this one over the other now that there is more before and after examples of slides.
I highly recommend it!
Great books that might inspire you!
Do what you are: Discover the Perfect Career for You Through the Secrets of Personality Type by Paul Tieger and Barbara Barron-Tieger
The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything by Ken Robinson
Out of our minds: Learning to be Creative by Ken Robinson
Sir Ken Robinson: Do schools kill creativity?