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Presentation Thinking and Design by Ed Gruwez

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SOLUTION 2

Use a design process

Once you have read a couple of books about presentations, you will know that there are hundreds of different tips and tricks. In fact, there are so many that it is impossible to remember them all. Impossible, that is, unless you have a method that allows you to classify them. This is exactly what a design process does. It brings order to the chaos. It is a logical, step-by-step plan that will lead you to better results – time after time.

I have put all relevant tips and recent insights together into one process and called it the TLSM method. The TLSM method is based partly on the insights of Richard Mayer. In his excellent book Multimedia Learning, he offers 12 scientifically based principles for multimedia ...

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