September 19, 2017

The slide show are intended to be used as teaching aids in the classroom.  The slides should be low in text and as far as possible, diagrams, pictures and photographs should be used. Clear illustrative diagrams are of greatest importance for the student’s comprehension of concepts.

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The whole Tutorial should provide approximately one hours lecture time.  The slides will be extensively explained in the notes section of the presentation and include references at the appropriate points and more extensive reading references (preferably recent books and monographs).  The basic format should follow that of the flow in the article since both should be complimentary to each other and expand concepts. 

Slide Show Format

The PowerPoint Tutorial should be in English and should be between 20-50 slides long (excluding references).  The slides should be low in text and as far as possible, diagrams, pictures and photographs should be used to illustrate concepts.  The whole PowerPoint Tutorial should provide an hours lecture time.  The slides should be extensively explained in the notes section of the presentation (please see the PowerPoint example slides) and include references at the appropriate points and more extensive reading references (preferably recent books, reviews and monographs).  The PowerPoint Tutorial should be aimed at Masters/PhD level students with good basic training in biology, biochemistry and mathematics/statistics.

The PowerPoint Tutorials will be made freely available (as will the Tutorial Articles) here and on the websites of the European Proteomics Association (EuPA), the Human Proteome Organisation (HUPO) and the collaborating journals: Journal of Proteome Research, Journal of Proteomics, Molecular and Cellular Proteomics and Proteomics.

The PowerPoint Tutorial should be constructed in the manner described in the PowerPoint example supplied, though clearly there will be certain subjects that will have requirements that differ.  This will be dealt with on an individual basis. The basic format should follow that of the flow in the article since both should be complimentary to each other and expand concepts.

The PowerPoint slides should be made with no background Master slide and no logos should be displayed. Text should be Times or Courier/Helvetica.  Figures should be clear and large and in a compressed format such as JPEG. Please avoid large data formats such as TIFF.

Authors are responsible for assigning copyright to all illustrations used in both the articles and PowerPoint tutorials.

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