A 9 Step Cheat-Sheet to Becoming a Public Speaking Expert, by the London Speaker Bureau
Accessed from Makeuseof
Aside from PowerPoint, there are a number of tools to check out for presentations.
Prezi - A presentation tool with an emphasis on movement and visuals
Haiku Deck - A presentation tool that helps you create snazzy-looking slides
Canva - An online graphic design tool where you can create posters, slides, handouts, etc.
Google Presentation - A free slide creation tool
SimplyMap - A database resource here at Loyola that helps you visualize data
Tableau Public - Another online data visualization tool where you can create maps, graphs, charts, etc.
Piktochart - A tool to help you create data visualizations and infographics, which you can use in your presentations
ManyEyes - A tool from IBM to help you create data visualizations, like word clouds, and basic animations
Looking to try a different way of presenting material? Check out Pecha-Kucha, a style of presentation where you are limited to 20 images, which are each shown for 20 seconds.
Toastmater's International Presentation Resources - Includes, how-to information, tips, and suggestions
MIT's Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program Public Speaking Tips - Tips for writing and also delivering speeches and talks
Meeting Tomorrow Presentation Tips and Tricks - Links to resources to help you design, create, plan, and deliver a presentation
Lifehack 18 Tips for Killer Presentations - A quick rundown of things you can do to prepare for and deliver a good presentation
TEDBlog Tips for Better Slides - Tips and suggestions from an in-house expert on presentations at TED
HackCollege Public Speaking Tips - Tips designed for college students
University of North Carolina at Greensboro Tips for Turning a Paper into a Presentation - Strategies you can use to help you transform a paper into a presentation