DSW- Week 4 – what you already know

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    • #23783

      Congratulations! You’ve made it to Week 4 of Digital Skills at Work!

      There is one thing Canadians enjoy in the workplace – presentations! Teachers, doctors, software developers, even police officers sometimes give presentations. ┬áIt turns out, it’s not easy to present in front of the public. You have to prepare in advance, think about what you need to say, develop the slides, etc.

      1. Have you ever presented at work/conference/community event in Canada or your home country?
      2. If so, what information have you included in your slides? Have you followed any structure when developing a presentation?
    • #24197
      Fatima Sassi
      Participant

      I manage the performance of the logitics departement and I’m used to present logitics indicators every month. So i’m used to do presentation at work.
      I generaly include indicator’s evolution and circunstances in my slides.

    • #71807
      Adhanet
      Participant

      I had presented in back home and in Canada.
      When I was back Country in the elementary and Junior High school I had presented for Education Certificate. When I came Canada I got Certificate in Inter-program and when I took acourse MAUFACTURING PRODUCTION WORKER PROGRAM in MITT and OFE. The result of the course is when I began a work it was easily to followed the instruction and to worked by team and personally. I get award from my customer and boss.

    • #71808
      Ghazala
      Participant

      Hi everyone,thanks PAM you introduce us new forms of power point which helps us in future to make our professional presentation informative and strong. today we learn about presentation on power point. I use this app lots of time when I was student of M.SC.and M.phill.when I make presentation I use slides, images and graphs. mostly I prefer to use images for my presentation. I feel more comfortable explain my topic virtually.1-select slide size which is normally 16:9(wide screen)and 4:3 is (stander size).2- step should be no bullet points,because it is out dated.3- topic slide and its supportive material 4- then we choose a style as you like.5- keep the text up never it use on down because it’s heard to see at bottom.use graphs and timetable.One thing most important should mention references and book name at the end and use slide for audience any question.presentation shouldn’t be too long audience will be get bore.so,it should be interested, informative and always according to topic with good images witch make it strong.

      thanks.

    • #71811
      Safa
      Participant

      Hi every one
      I presented first time at university , it was very excited , I prepared for presentation from the beginning of semester such as searching , writing , summarization ,..
      I had a good experience to present my idea and I had a high marks in university

    • #71927
      Pam
      Keymaster

      Hello Adhanet,
      Thanks for sharing your experience with presenting! I’m happy to hear that you benefited from the courses you completed in Canada.I’m sure enhancing your presentation skills will help you with future job opporuntinities as well.
      Best regards,
      Pam

    • #71928
      Pam
      Keymaster

      Hello Ghazala,

      You seem quite knowledgeable in terms of using PowerPoint presentations and what to include. Thanks for sharing what you already know and what you learned during this week! I hope this will be beneficial to you in future applications.
      Pam

    • #71929
      Pam
      Keymaster

      Hello Safa,

      Thanks for sharing your previous experience with presentations!

      Best regards,
      Pam

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