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This book aims to help academics—teachers, faculty, administrators, researchers, and staff—become THAT presenter.

You know, the one that captivates an audience. Persuades them. Engages them. And gets audiences—no matter whether they’re students, colleagues, or peers—to leave the room changed.

Similar to my previous book Teaching College, PRESENTING. gives you the concrete steps to planning, designing, and delivering your presentation. Without the jargon.

If you’ve been thinking, I really need to step up my lecture or presentation skills, this book’s for you. You’ll learn:

  • One simple test to see if your existing presentation slides are any good
  • How documentaries (yes—documentaries!) present information more effectively than most of us
  • A proven format to engage audiences (Hint: don’t introduce technical terms up front)
  • How to deal with the chronic issue of “I have too much to cover!”
  • How to create captivating slides—without a degree in design

Written by Norman Eng–bestselling author of TEACHING COLLEGE: The Ultimate Guide to Lecturing, Presenting, and Engaging Students–PRESENTING take you through step-by-step through planning, templates, and design to move any audience.

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Whether a professor is presenting to students, colleagues, or others, Dr. Eng offers powerful tips to make the time impactful. This book is an enjoyable read that is packed with pro tips and rich in resources, while still being a concise read. Professors (and their audiences!) will benefit tremendously from this powerful book.

JENNY GRANT RANKIN, Lecturer and Author of Sharing Your Education Expertise with the World: Make Research Resonate and Widen Your Impact

Dr. Eng both reminds us, and shows us, how we can deliver more impactful presentations. The bottom line is that as faculty, if we are going to spend the time amassing content to help students learn, we should be mindful of how that information is presented in ways that maximize their learning. This book does that.

TODD ZAKRAJSEK, Associate Director, Faculty Development Fellowship, UNC-Chapel Hill, Director, Lilly Conferences, and co-author, Teaching for Learning, The New Science of Learning, and Dynamic Lecturing.

‘Presenting’ is a phenomenal resource. Full screen photos, a well thought out opening hook, new and clearer fonts–I saw the difference as I was implementing them, and the impact in the classroom and elsewhere is tangible. I am always looking for ways to max up, so I thank you for ideas that are helping take my classes and presentations to new levels.

JOHN KENRICK, Adjunct Lecturer, Musical Theater and Film Historian, New York University

* Presenting has been a bestseller in the 7 following Amazon.com categories at various points since publication: Presentation Software, Presentation Software Books, Technical Writing Reference, Nursing Reference, Educational Software, Non-formal Education, and Computer Networks, Protocols, & APIs.