Presentation slides are confusing or contain too much
-The presenter has an abundance of information to discuss, and must do so
in a manner that is clear and understandable to the audience.
-This often results in slides with too much information which either
causes confusion, or lures the audience to read the slide rather than
listen to the speaker.
Attempt to utilize several slides with concise information on
them, rather than a few that are cluttered or unfocused. Use bullet
statements on slides as cues and explain details while talking. The
presenter may need to eliminate some information to avoid creating too
many slides. Also, the presenter may wish to ask the opinions of
respected friends on the quality of the slides.
Using many slides could make a presentation too long; the
audience may become confused if slides are flipped in front of them
rapidly. A presentation may be more understandable to viewers if slides
are focused and concise.
Colloquium and symposium presentations, class lectures,
journal article presentations.