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BIOS/MATH 130 Spring 2021

Citing sources in a presentation

Consider adding citations  on individual slides. Plus you can add them in a slide at the end the end of the presentation. Check with the professor for ideas and expectations about adding citations to your presentation.

Here are some ideas that you might want to adapt from this guide about citing business sources, but (again) use CSE style.

Presentation tips video

Here is a very helpful video about doing presentations, including best practices for using Powerpoint as well as presentation techniques.

Creating Effective Presentations (materials assembled by Lehigh LIbrary and Technology Services staff members Jarret Brown and Holly Zakos ).

It's a good idea to add the sources you used to the final slide of your presentation Powerpoint. And/or you can add citations at the bottom of individual slides.

Fair Use

 

See this video on youtube about copyright, fair use, and public domain [from commonsense.org/education]