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Chapter 15. Visual aids > Introduction to visual aids

Introduction to visual aids

There are a number of elements that are important to consider:

  • Equipment. Find out what equipment is available to you. If it does not meet your needs, you might need to bring equipment with you or alter your presentation.

  • Visibility. You must be able to make eye contact with your audience, and it is important that they clearly can see you and your visual aids. To ensure visibility, you might need to change the seating arrangement for the audience.

  • Acoustics. If your audience cannot hear you clearly, your presentation will not be effective. Therefore, depending on the size of the room, you might want to consider using a microphone.

  • Audience comfort. Eliminate any elements that will distract your audience. An extremely cold room or bright light from the windows will not help your audience concentrate on the presentation.


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