1. Speaking to your audience allows you to interact, convey non-verbal communication, and answer questions directly that may have not been apparent in a prepared solo presentation. A presentation designed to be browsed by one individual may be different from one that has a speaker because when you are giving a live presentation you are able to interact with the audience and observe their reactions, you are also more interactive because you can ask and field questions, which leaves the possibilities more open in a live presentation, where a recorded one has a set goal and canít be changed.
2. Speaking to your audience allows you to interact, convey non-verbal communication, and answer questions directly that may have not been apparent in the Kiosk format
3. The difference between passive and interactive kiosks are that passive kiosks play repeatedly at a set pace and you must anticipate reading speed. Interactive kiosks leave the viewer in control of how quickly things go by allowing them to interact with prompts.
4. Design considerations needed for presentations are if images clarify, which colors give the appropriate response, and what type size and style is best for the audience.
5. The primary purpose of a presentation is give emphasis to the point you are trying to get across to your audience and help them retain the knowledge.
6. When presenting globally you should consider the diverse needs of your audience. You may need to be aware of cultural differences and account for language barriers.
7. Timing, movement, and light can make your presentation more effective by giving it a sense of structure and flow, your timing affects the speed and pacing, movement and lighting affect the atmosphere and feel of the presentation.
8. You should select your projectors resolution because you need to choose what is best for your equipment, if your computer is fast enough you want to have higher resolution for better picture quality, if itís not fast enough you will need to lower the resolution, so the presentation can run properly.†
9. You should use a CD when using a computer thatís not your own because if makes the transfer a lot easier and more reliable. It also ensures that if the user doesnít have PowerPoint theyíre still able to view the data.
10. It was supported where you are doing the presentation, can it be embedded directly to the program, watch the file size.