Presentation slides that are riddled with bullet points and text are deadly to an audience. You know the drill: The presenter reads the text aloud, while the audience attempts to read the text to themselves, and the end result is a broken connection between the presenter and the audience. By replacing large amounts of text with images that visually represent the topics being discussed, this problem can be avoided, and the audience is better able to recall this information in the future. This is a familiar concept.
We all strive to make our presentations more visually engaging, but quickly find this task to be difficult. We know that copying images from web searches is a bad idea, but aren’t sure where else to look. The UCSF Library has a great online guide that can help! Continue reading