Eight Tips to Help Your Audience Get the Most from Your Presentation - Slide 6

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Spend a maximum of 40 to 90 seconds on a single slide.  The optimal pacing for slides is two to three per minute. The following is a guideline for slides based on the length of your presentation.

Length of presentation 

Minimum slides 

Optimum slides

 

30 minutes 

20 slides

60-90 slides

 

60 minutes 

45 slides

150-180 slides

 

2 hours 

90 slides 

300-460 slides

 

With a few simple tips, presentations can be moved from the realm of the long and tedious to highly effective and somewhat entertaining. This slideshow highlights eight tips from The Graduate School of Education at the University of Buffalo that can help you create a presentation that works for your audience.

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