This repository contains templates for students and staff of the University. If you are not a member of the university check the templates as some layouts are copyrighted by the University of Reading (unfortunately). Alternatives are provided, though.
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% \usepackage{todonotes} % if you want to make annotations
% Where are graphics to be found
\title{Professional Talks with LaTeX}
\subtitle{-- Work in progress -- }
\author{\underline{Julian M. Kunkel}, Author 2, Author 3} % Always mark the first author
% if you want to use a logo in the footer:
\authorFooter{Julian M. Kunkel \hspace{0.3cm} \includegraphics[height=1em]{hps-footer}}
\institute{Computer Science Department}
\venue{The name of the venue}
% can span the whole width
% If you use images from other sources, always give the reference and license:
\tiny \HREFColor{darkgray}{}{Image under CC-BY-4 license}
% Members of the university may use:
% The number of slides, if you want to provide them
\begin{block}{Goal: Professional presentations}
\item Logical structure
\item Good design
\item Self-speaking slides
\begin{block}{Purpose of this slide deck}
\item Illustrates the use of LaTeX Beamer
\item Provides an unofficial template for Reading staff
%\item Students: Please use the template ReadingStudent due to the copyright of the first page
\item Describes principles how to design presentations
\item Subsections help to structure the talk
\item Logical bundling of topics
\item The template renders the color of the active subsection differently
\item xx
\begin{frame}{Graphics and Figures}
\subfloat[Subcaption A\label{fig:pm}]{\includegraphics[width=4cm]{hps-logo}}
\qquad % create some space
\subfloat[Subcaption B\label{fig:emp}]{\includegraphics[width=4cm]{hps-logo}}
\caption{Some caption}
\item LaTeX is easy to use and produces appealing presentations
\item Structure and layout
\section{Backup Slides}
\begin{frame}{Backup Slides}
\item It is good practice to prepare backup slides
\item Benefit:
\item If you talk too slow, you may show some extra information
\item They may answer detailed questions