Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a presentation tech kit, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- Welcome to Training Tips Weekly.…I'm Chris Mattia and I'm here to help you…enhance the design, creation, and delivery…of your instructional materials.…And this week, we're talking about building…your presentation tech kit.…As instructors these days,…we move around a lot and find ourselves presenting…in many different rooms and spaces.…We've come to rely on certain pieces of technology…to just be in the room and ready for us to use.…But how many times have you shown up to give a talk…or presentation only to find out that something…you expected to be there either wasn't there or didn't work.…
Now this can be incredible frustrating…to both you and your learners as the scrambling…to figure out how to make things work begins.…And that's where your presentation tech kit comes into play,…or as like to call it, my Save-A-Talk Kit.…In a few minutes, I'll show you what's in a kit…that I recently took to a talk that I gave…at a conference.…When designing your own kit,…think of these five categories of things to put in it:…
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