Presentation Resources

Abstract and Presentation Creation Resources

Writing An Abstract

Learning Objectives
- Shabatura, J. (2013). Understanding Bloom's Taxonomy to Write Effective Learning Objectives. University of Arkansas Tips.
- Teacher and Educational Development. Effective Use of Performance Objective for Learning and Assessment. University of New Mexico School of Medicine.
- Utica. Writing Student Learning Outcomes Using Measurable Verbs.
- IRTL Includes. Inclusive Pedagogy Framework.
- Harris, J. “Uncomfortable Learning: Teaching Race through Discomfort” in Difficult Subjects: Radical Teaching in the Neoliberal University. pp. 248 – 265, eds. Badia Ahad and Oiyan Poon. Stylus Publishing.


- Creating Accessible Presentations for PLA 2018 and Beyond. Public Library Association.
- Henry, S. L. How to Make Your Presentations Accessible to All. (2020). Web Accessibility Initiative.
Best Practices
Best Practices for ALA Presenters.
- Blas, N., Conner-Gaten, A., and Hubbard, M. (2018). So You Wanna Do a Poster Session:A Design Primer for New Librarians.
- Cheng, E. (2012). 5 BIG Tips to Become a Presentation Jedi. slideshare.
- Nakano, C. (2016). 8 Ways to Make Your Presentation More Interactive. Prezi.
Free PowerPoint and Google Slides templates from:
- Slide Carnival:
- Slidesgo:
- A collection of free and inclusive stock images featuring disabled Black, Indigenous, people of color:
- CC Search for openly licensed and public domain images
- Creative Commons Zero (CC0) licensed photos of Black and Brown People for free:
- Free African high quality photos:
- Material Icons for free icons:
- Women of Color in Technology photos under a Creative Commons Attribution - License:

Land Acknowledgements

- Guide to Acknowledging First Peoples & Traditional Territory. Canadian Association of University Teachers.
- "Indigenizing Columbia College." (2020). Columbia College.
- Native Land MapBox Project:
- Shahzad, R. "What is the Significance of Acknowledging the Indigenous Land We Stand On?" (2017). CBC.