ensure that lectures create easy to read powerpoint slides (medicine faculty)

Anonymous submitted on

Thursday 3rd May 2018


Too many times I have noticed that lecture slides are either too long ( often 50+ slides), full of images and data with no clear descriptions and full on with information that's not relevant. The faculty should make sure that lecturers use consistent formatting and that their slides are more student friendly. 


Here, you can view the complete set of official responses from the sabbatical officers regarding this submission.

Students' Union replied on

Monday 4th Jun 2018 10:02am


A couple of weeks have passed, and as such I'm going to close this You Make Change submission. However I will ensure that the incoming Medicine Faculty Officer takes a look at this as one of his projects next year, and will re-open this submission should there be any progress! 

All the best, and thank you for using You Make Change! 

Samuel Dedman (VP Education 2017/18 - vpeducation@susu.org)

Students' Union replied on

Wednesday 16th May 2018 11:25am


Thanks for getting in touch. This is a really interesting idea, and is one that I'll pass on to our new Medicine Faculty Officer to see what his thoughts are. I'll be back as soon as I have some new information. 

In the meantime don't forget that this You Make Change is now listed on the website and can be upvoted/downvoted, so share it with your friends and get their input! 

All the best,

Samuel Dedman (VP Education 2017/18 - vpeducation@susu.org)


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    Wednesday 16th May 2018 10:50am


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