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Presenting a Technology Analysis: The Context and Your Delivery

Module by: The Cain Project in Engineering and Professional Communication. E-mail the author

This PowerPoint file of 45 slides covers the Role of the Chief Technology Officer and characterizes his or her audiences. The file covers how CTOs adjust to these audiences by meeting the criteria of accessibility, comprehensibility, usability, and interpersonal and cultural appeal. The last 25 slides show how content can be reinforced through various aspects of design and animation.

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