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Gain a Winning Edge with Visual Trial Presentations

Thomas P. Tully

It is a common understanding among a large body of educators that visual displays communicate information in a much more powerful and lasting way than all other methods. People want to be shown pictures when trying to learn new information, as a single picture can convey an idea that would take several sentences to describe in words alone. The old saying, “a picture is worth a thousand words,” is actually not too far from the truth. Besides, an image tends to make sense to most people despite cultural, geographical, ethnic, or language differences.

Visual aids influence juries.

Visual aids influence juries.

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