Here are the notes I took from a lecture during my first year in grad school on presentation fundamentals. The lecture was given by a professor who has a PhD in English literature as well as an MBA and who is somewhat of an expert when it comes to technical and non-technical communication in various forms. The notes are not very formal, do not articulate all of the information given in the lecture, and are intended primarily to be a starting point for learning about how to craft high quality presentations.
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