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AUC English Course

Here is the English course of the AUC, I guess it’s good 🙂
The password of the zip files is: taha
Here is how it is working
You first set up the main setup ISO file
You will have 12 levels; each level has its own ISO file if you want to run a certain level you have to insert its ISO file in your virtual CD room
That’s it hope you enjoy 🙂

The Main Setup File
SetUP.ISO

The basic level 1
Basic1.ISO

The basic level 2
Basic2.ISO

The basic level 3
Basic3.ISO

The intermediate level 1
Part1
Part2
Part3
Part4
Part5

The intermediate level 2
Part1
Part2
Part3
Part4
Part5

The intermediate level 3
Part1
Part2
Part3

Part4
Part5
Part6

The advanced level 1
Part1
Part2
Part3
Part4
Part5
Part6

The advanced level 2
Part1
Part2
Part3
Part4
Part5
Part6

The advanced level 3
Part1
Part2
Part3
Part4
Part5
Part6

The review
Part1
Part2
Part3
Part4
Part5
Part6

The executive
Part1
Part2
Part3
Part4
Part5
Part6
Part7

I have downloaded all the parts of all levels and put them on DVD in case if any one in FCI-H wanaa them 🙂

February 23, 2007 Posted by | Soft Skills | 11 Comments

How to design something?

I am not a designer, sure I am not.
But, through these years, I’ve learnt some tips, I decided to discuss that with you:

1- Before design a logo, search for logos in the same category, like if I assigned task to design a logo for Bank, first step I should do is to go to any search engine and search on “Bank logo” then review all logos then do my one (Do not steal, just see how other think!)

2- Read this, it contains a lot of logos, and more beautiful tips, really it helped me a lot, thanks to Amr Ghoniem who gave me it

3- Your design should be simple as you can

4- Try to read more about UI and its principles

5- You’ve to know what users like to see, your family is very valuable, you have to know how they interact with your software, because they are the users NOT YOU!!!

February 22, 2007 Posted by | Soft Skills | 3 Comments

Building your CV

1- You don’t know what career to choose.
2- You don’t know how to build your CV.
3- Strange Education.Can’t write cover letter.

Download this file and enjoy ……
http://www.hasebat.com/OldWebsite/bo/doc_file/career.zip

February 16, 2007 Posted by | Soft Skills | 2 Comments

Presentation Guidelines By Mr. Ayman Ezzat

DO:

  • Strict by 8 ~ 12 lines per each slide.
  • Strict to allowed presentation time,40 — 60 seconds per slide is the standard. If you are allowed 20 minutes, prepare 20 — 30 slides.
  • Look to presentation audience instead of continuous reading from pc screen, Knowing that
  • Looking presentation audiences …. Excellent!
  • Looking screen ….. Fine!
  • Looking PC screen …. Bad!
  • Start presentation by clear self introduction “My name is …., today i would like to talk about ……..”.
  • First 2–3 slides… speak clearly and slowly, Name should be pronounced slowly. Title should be pronounced clearly.
  • Whenever you refer to previous work or used technique you must put a reference in your presentation and link to it.
  • When you specify some technique to use it is good to state merit of this techniques and purpose of usage.
  • Record and memorize every question you get during the presentation from the audience, it is better to do it immediately.
  • Always make the answers to audience questions consistent with you presentations slides.
    It is good to prepare set of questions to present in case no one has something to ask and also specially when you are chairing a session.
  • Define problem well and introduce proposed solution in a very clear way.
    Provide you presentations with simple and clear pictures.
  • Graphical notations are powerful than texture notes.
  • If you give an example about your work try to be general and don’t go in very detailed things, overall summarized example is good.
  • If presentation is chapters then try to put published work of each chapter.

Avoid:

  • Low voice.
  • Confusion between a reference work and your own opinion work.
  • Emphasize your original points. Distinguish:
    General background, general explanation, your own view/approach for the problem, and your own work.
  • Using first letter capital of each word inside the content of the presentation.
  • Negative answers and poor unreasonable answers.
  • Giving a smile of impoliteness.
  • Spelling Mistakes and grammar errors.
  • Answering things that you don’t hear well, If you do not understand the question, you should
  • ask to the questioner. Prepare several ways to ask the meaning of the questions.
  • Motivations cant be on general topics.
  • Contributions must not be general things and originality points must be clear and focused.
  • Long introductions are not preferred by attendees.
  • Many drawbacks in a single presentation means the thesis is weak.
  • Avoid general drawbacks that are not direct related to your work.
  • If your presentation is divided to chapters do not put related work for each chapter separately it is confusing.
  • When divide presentation to sections avoid overlapping it makes attendees lost.
  • Avoid mixing general topics and emphasized parts.
  • Font color must be Black, avoid pale colors.

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January 31, 2007 Posted by | Soft Skills | Leave a comment