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Presenting Your Presentation

Once a multimedia presentation has been created, you'll need to prepare to present it to your audience and then follow up once the presentation is complete. Below is a set of steps you might follow for this process. These guidelines will help you become a better developer and presenter. It's really true—practice does make perfect in the world of multimedia development.

Step 1.
: Set Up

Now that a multimedia presentation has been created, you are ready to deliver the presentation. The first step is to set up the necessary equipment.

Step 2.
: Test Run

Make a test run through the presentation. This is especially necessary if the presentation was prepared on a different computer. If the presentation is a long distance from the original computer, be sure to move and test the presentation before traveling.

Step 3.
: Back-Up Plan

Develop a plan B. If the computer breaks or does not make it to the room in which the presentation will take place, what will you do? Having a back-up plan is always a good idea!

Step 4.
: Deliver

Deliver the presentation. This may seem obvious, but don't be afraid to just do it! If everything goes perfect, you will be lucky. If not, relax, smile, and work through the problems.

Step 5.
: Evaluate

Take time to reflect on the experience now that the presentation is over.

  • What went well?

  • What needs to be improved?

  • What was frustrating?

  • What was exciting?

  • What did you learn from the process?


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