If using a graph, chart, or diagram from a journal article, follow appropriate citation guidelines. Modifying a complex graph or chart to highlight only the data most relevant to your presentation is often more visually appealing than showing an entire graph or chart.
Read more about Data Visualization to learn how to effectively communicate your data through visual means.
If using images from the Internet, ensure that you are following copyright laws. For more on copyright, read this helpful guide on Finding Images.
When using downloaded images, use the highest resolution possible. It’s better to shrink a large image to fit a slide, rather than enlarge a small image.
Ensure that your slides are accessible to all audience members. The University of Guelph, Office of Diversity and Human Rights has several resources to help you make your slides or other presentation materials accessible.