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© Ima K.U. Student Abbreviated Paper Title [Author1-last-name 4-digit year] © 2000–Ima K.U. Student 1 January 2000 Ima K.U. Student Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science EECS 88X Reading Presentation
© Ima K.U. Student 1 January 2000Abbreviated Paper Title2 Abbreviated Paper Title Abstract This is a short abstract in your own words explaining the content and importance of your chosen paper. The text on this foil may be smaller font, since it is intended for people reading this file and will be skipped during the presentation in front of the class, and does not count to your total foil budget. Make sure you edit the first foil as well as the master slide template and header- and-footer to substitute your information in the header and footers. It will look pretty silly if your foils still say “Ima K.U Student” and have the wrong date and footer title. You must put your , and should list your URL if you have a professional page. Make sure to proof read and spell-check your presentation.
© Ima K.U. Student 1 January 2000Abbreviated Paper Title3 Abbreviated Paper Title Outline Introduction Part 1 Part 2 Part 3… Conclusions References note: outline foils do not count toward your total foil budget
© Ima K.U. Student 1 January 2000Abbreviated Paper Title4 Abbreviated Paper Title Introduction Introduction Part 1 Part 2 Part 3… Conclusion References
© Ima K.U. Student 1 January 2000Abbreviated Paper Title5 Abbreviated Paper Title Introduction Brief introduction to paper –only 1 foil –counts to your total foil budget 10 foils for 20 minutes Gives context to paper –may include short discussion of related work Bullets must be in your own words –read and follow the course presentation guidelines 1st level bullet 24pt –2nd level bullet 20pt 3rd level bullet 18pt
© Ima K.U. Student 1 January 2000Abbreviated Paper Title6 Abbreviated Paper Title Part 1 Title Introduction Part 1 Part 2 Part 3… Conclusions References
© Ima K.U. Student 1 January 2000Abbreviated Paper Title7 Part 1 Title Subtitle Presentation body –one to at most several sections –each section will contain several foils –related to the structure of the paper Choose a title for each part –replace “Part 1 Title” with your own title! Be sure to emphasise important concepts or terms –you may also deemphasise some words
© Ima K.U. Student 1 January 2000Abbreviated Paper Title8 Part 1 Title Formatting Requirements Read the Presentation Guidelines at Pay particular attention to the following: –edit the master slide with your name –edit the title foil with your name, , and URI –edit the header and footer with the short title and date –turn off “shrink to fit” and do not change font size –bullets should not wrap to a second line –titles and subtitles should be in title case and not wrap –bullets are not sentences and should not end with a period –be consistent with capital letters –do not move the title or text blocks on some pages If you do not understand PowerPoint basics, ask!
© Ima K.U. Student 1 January 2000Abbreviated Paper Title9 Abbreviated Paper Title Part 2 Title Introduction Part 1 Part 2 Part 3… Conclusions References
© Ima K.U. Student 1 January 2000Abbreviated Paper Title10 Part 2 Title Subtitle Presentation body, continued You may copy and past figures from the paper –be sure to reference them properly with each figure [Doe 2000, Fig. 2] foobar
© Ima K.U. Student 1 January 2000Abbreviated Paper Title11 Abbreviated Paper Title Conclusion Introduction Part 1 Part 2 Part 3… Conclusion References
© Ima K.U. Student 1 January 2000Abbreviated Paper Title12 Abbreviated Paper Title Conclusion What was important? What did you learn? Items that summarise the paper –one foil only –counts toward total foil budget
© Ima K.U. Student 1 January 2000Abbreviated Paper Title13 Abbreviated Paper Title References Introduction Part 1 Part 2 Part 3… Conclusion References
© Ima K.U. Student 1 January 2000Abbreviated Paper Title14 Abbreviated Paper Title References Author-1, Author-2, … and Author-n, “Title”, Journal, vol. n, iss. n, date, pp.n–m Additional paper you referenced to help prepare your presentation, if applicable note: you must fully reference the paper you are presenting this foil does not count toward your total foil budget
© Ima K.U. Student 1 January 2000Abbreviated Paper Title15 Abbreviated Paper Title Acknowledgements Hesa K.U. Student –comments and suggestions on presentation Shesa K.U. Professor –explained how something worked note: if you received help from others with your presentation (e.g. provided suggestions, proof read, explained concepts) you must have an acknowledgement foil and list them by name and role
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