Presentation on theme: "Title in 40pt Calibri Sub-title in 24pt Calibri – Name of presenters Line 1 - Name of the event, Date, Venue Line 2 – Title of stream or session."— Presentation transcript:
Title in 40pt Calibri Sub-title in 24pt Calibri – Name of presenters Line 1 - Name of the event, Date, Venue Line 2 – Title of stream or session
TTRA Europe Chapter Conference, 22-24 April 2009, Netherlands Transport and Tourism: Challenges, Issues and Conflicts Example slide: Low cost but not at any cost? CSR among LFAs flying to and from the UK Tim Coles and Emily Fenclova
Slide Heading – Calibri 28pt Main text of Calibri 20pt 28pt and 20pt will project on most reasinably-sized screens They will also print adequately on handouts If you don’t have Calibri, try Arial or Gill sans MT or other so-called ‘sans serif’ fonts. Don’t use their condensed versions. Do not use Times New Roman or Garamond because they’re less clear
Exemplars for bullet points First-level data in Calibri 20pt – Second-level data in Calibri 18pt – This should project adequately on most reasonably-sized screens – If you need a gap between, why not use a 10pt spacing between main points? Something else to remember about slides...... – Less is more, and more is a bore. – So, if you type many lines of texts on each slide, AutoFit will resequence (i.e. squash) your text (and mess up your fonts). – Turn this option off in the bottom left corner if it becomes problematic.
Resources for you to cut and paste Logos See the ESRC Communications Toolkit – By all means use these logos but please be aware that there are clear guidelines on the use of the visual identity (i.e. brands) of each i.e. where to put them, how to resize them, and how they should appear. – Also, be careful how close you crop into the logos if at all.
Using your partner’s branding / visual identity In addition to the UoE and ESRC guidelines, be sure you and your supervisors are aware of any guidelines for the use of your partner’s branding. For simplicity and a less cluttered appearance, please – Do not add your partner’s logo to the running board at the bottom of the page – Do not add your partner’s logo to the title slide Instead, the best ways to present your partner are to – Use an early slide to explain the partnership, perhaps using a brand wall, and/or – Acknowledge the partnership / support from your partner in the final slide
For the Powerpoint experts A Slide Master format fonts for each slide and branding at the bottom – View > Slide Master – The CSLTR logo in the bottom left corner is a transparent GIF set at the front In your slides, you may need to reorder the stack by right-clicking to: – Bring forward / to front (an image, textbox or table) – Send backward / to back The title slide simply copies over the background from the Slide Master to allow you to enter free text (i.e. the event you’re at etc). We haven’t used standard university icons (top right) to optimise space.
End slide – Information to include Research presented here was conducted during an ESRC Studentship under its Capacity Building Clusters Award (RES-187-24-0002) [ in partnership with..... Insert partner’s branding below?] For more information about this project and the work of the Centre for Sport, Leisure and Tourism research, see www.ex.ac.uk/slt [adjust URL to direct to your project space of the site].www.ex.ac.uk/slt Also add your name, email address and telephone numbers as relevant.
Example slide: Thank you – any questions? Research presented here was conducted during an ESRC Studentship under its Capacity Building Clusters Award (RES-187-24-0002) in partnership with South West Tourism. For more information about this project and the work of the Centre for Sport, Leisure and Tourism research, see www.ex.ac.uk/slt.www.ex.ac.uk/slt Prof Tim Coles, email@example.com, +firstname.lastname@example.org