The Canadian Diabetes Association has launched nationwide a series of new and exciting educational initiatives for local diabetes associations to bring to their communities. The Glen Morris Diabetes Association is launching some of these new initiatives and needs to make the area residents aware.
Your job is to create a PowerPoint presentation aimed at a variety of audiences including public/separate grade and high schools, seniors’ centers, YM/YWCA’s, Rotary and other service clubs.
1. Your presentation must consist of a minimum of 13 slides and not exceed 20 slides (plus the hidden reference slide at the end). The content for this presentation, has been provided for you; however, you are not required to use it word for word for this assignment. You will be allowed to reword/rephrase the content so that it is appropriate for a PowerPoint presentation.
2. You will be required to use the Internet in search of imagery to help convey the message you are bringing to Glen Morris and the surrounding area.
Note: You will be required to create a final slide(s), that is hidden from the presentation, that includes references of sites that you were on for the images that you used or any text that was used, similar to Referencing on a research paper.
3. Your presentation should include professional, appropriate text and graphics (images), animation on at least two slides, (one text animation and one text & graphics animated slide) and slide transitions for all slides.
4. Use your design know-how to create the appropriate background and/or colour theme. The key is to make the presentation more professional and viewer friendly. You need to create a “call-for-action” through your presentation design so the viewer will feel compelled to want to do something like signing up, seek more information, make a donation, etc. In other words, state the purpose of the presentation and what you want your audience to do after viewing it.
5. Use your design know-how and re-think the font types that will improve the readability of the presentation. It is strongly suggested that you look at the words used to see if you can reduce verbiage where possible. You can change the provided words but not the intention.