Week 6 Assignment – Leadership Strategies for HROverview
Strayer University Library / Library Guides / Strayer Writing Standards (SWS) / PowerPoint ®/ Slideshow Strayer Writing Standards (SWS) SWS Home Citing Sources Formatting Guidelines Essay/Paper Templated Assignment Discussion Post PowerPoint ®/ Slideshow Test Your Knowledge All SWS FAQs All SWS Virtual Events Citation Generators Ask Your Librarian Use these rules when working on a PowerPoint or slideshow assignment. SWS Sample Slideshow Open this file to see what a completed slideshow looks like.
SWS Slideshow Template Save this file to your computer and each time you open it, it will create a blank template. (Citations and Sources are not automatically added in this template.) ® PowerPoint ®/Slideshow Checklist Design Use a background color or image on slides.
Use Calibri, Lucida Console, Helvetica, Futura, Myriad Pro, or Gill Sans font style. Use 28–32-point font size for the body of your slides (based on your chosen font style). Avoid font sizes below 24-point. Use 36–44-point font size for the titles of your slides (based on chosen font style). Limit slide content (7 or fewer lines per slide and 7 or fewer words per line). Number slides when the assignment requires 3 or more slides. Place numbers wherever you like (but be consistent). Include appropriate images that connect directly to the slide content or presentation content. TitlSlid Library Guides Search Ask Your Librarian Last Updated: Aug 5, 2021 9:54 PM URL: https://library.strayer.edu/sws Print Page Admin Access Report a problem Tags: apa , citation , citation styles , citations , in-text citations , strayer writing standards , sws Title Slide Include the assignment title, your name, course title, your professor’s name, and the date of submission on a dedicated slide (first of submission). Develop Use appropriate language and be concise.
Write in active voice when possible.
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