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I think about PowerPoint a lot, and judging by the reams of blog posts, screeds, and instructional books on the topic, I’m not the only one. The interesting thing about PowerPoint is that it’s not that new. Well, PowerPoint is, relatively speaking (the software package emerged in 1980), but the basic idea — the slide presentation as a way to convey specialized knowledge — has been around a really long time. PowerPoint as a mode of knowledge production | Miriam Posner's Blog PowerPoint as a mode of knowledge production | Miriam Posner's Blog
Presentation Process | Creative Presentations |PowerPoint Diagrams Home > At Presentation Process, you will find practical, simple and creative presentation ideas that bring a visible difference to your business presentations. This site reflects our passion for presentations and our extensive experience. Presentation Process | Creative Presentations |PowerPoint Diagrams
20 Ways To Use PowerPoint With Bloom’s Taxonomy 20 Ways To Use PowerPoint With Bloom’s Taxonomy I would wager a guess that the majority of teachers uses PowerPoint as a way to present information and lecture in class. In fact, PowerPoint has been under a lot of flack lately for being tired, dated, and unexciting. For the sake of playing devil’s advocate, however, I vote that there’s still some life left in this piece of technology!
Using PowerPoint Effectively » Richard Rathe, MD - College of Medicine, University of Florida Welcome to my PowerPoint resource page. It will evolve over time as new information and links become available. I should begin by saying that I’m not a “Sourpointer”. I use PowerPoint almost every week, but perhaps not in ways you’d expect. I view PowerPoint as just another tool–whose use can lead to good, bad, or even ugly results. Using PowerPoint Effectively » Richard Rathe, MD - College of Medicine, University of Florida
You Suck At PowerPoint! by @jessedee
In our never ending quest to make presentations less boring , we’ve invited Dr. Carmen Simon(formerly Taran) to guest author a new series on Better PowerPoint. Dr. Simon is a cognitive scientist, a leader in the virtual presentation movement, and an internationally renowned public speaker. Dr. Better PowerPoint: What We REALLY Remember From PowerPoint Presentations | Poll Everywhere's BlogPoll Everywhere's Blog Better PowerPoint: What We REALLY Remember From PowerPoint Presentations | Poll Everywhere's BlogPoll Everywhere's Blog
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The Cafe | Instructional Technology The Cafe | Instructional Technology So I’ve been dealing with a problem lately. The problem is with PowerPoint. Now I know that it is a good tool that has many possibilities but recently it has been giving me a headache. And the add ons I own such as Camtasia and Articulate? They’ve added to the mess. Let me explain.
How to give an awesome (PowerPoint) presentation ("Simply Stated" animated whiteboard video).
5 Steps To A PowerPoint Redesign Sharebar Years ago I felt a certain sense of pride because I didn’t know how to use PowerPoint. Those days are long gone. Now, PowerPoint slides are often the currency exchanged between subject matter experts and instructional designers and developers. I’ve accepted this protocol and probably, you have too. The catch to this arrangement is the nearly guaranteed issue of poor slide design. 5 Steps To A PowerPoint Redesign
How to Create a Rapid E-Learning Tab in PowerPoint A few years back, I was at a workshop where the PowerPoint team was showing some of the new features in the soon-to-be-released PowerPoint 2010. As they were talking about the features, one of them mentioned the ability to combine shapes to create your own. I thought it was a pretty cool feature so I asked in what tab it was, and the reply was that it wasn’t in a tab. Huh? Why create a cool feature and bury it where it can’t be found? How to Create a Rapid E-Learning Tab in PowerPoint
Teaching with PowerPoint
Using PowerPoint (or not) Part 1
Pedagogy & Powerpoint - Centre for Teaching and Learning Services - Concordia University - Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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How do I teach effectively with PowerPoint? .: etc Knowledge Base How Do I Teach Effectively with PowerPoint? Here are tips to enhance your teaching when using PowerPoint slides: 1. Focus on your intent in teaching.• How will the slides assist your teaching and the learning of the students? How do I teach effectively with PowerPoint? .: etc Knowledge Base
Texas Tech University - Teaching, Learning, and Professional Development Center Prepared by David Forrest See the PDF version Introduction When used thoughtfully, presentation software such as PowerPoint and Keynote (Macintosh) can be very powerful teaching tools. Texas Tech University - Teaching, Learning, and Professional Development Center
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Teaching with Technology - Unleashing the Power of PowerPoint PowerPoint as a tool will not, in and of itself, improve student learning. It’s the way that instructors use PowerPoint that can encourage student learning by strategically employing it to engage students in the learning process, incorporating classroom assessment techniques and using methods geared toward reaching multiple learning styles. Note: These handouts are equally well suited for Mac Keynote users.
Effective Teaching with PowerPoint: A Learning Theory Approach
3 bullets on a slide. 1 slide per minute. Stand Still. Don’t fidget, memorize your slides. Now get up in front of a 100 people and do what I just told you. The 6 Presenter Types: Which one are you?
How to use quotes in your presentation – 25+ tips from Six Minutes & me | Remote Possibilities (Naturally, choose a quote by someone who’ll enhance or at least maintain your talk’s credibility. For instance, if you’re speaking to businesspeople, you might quote Bill Gates or Steve Jobs.) Recently on the Six Minutes blog, Andrew Dlugan published a great post about using quotes in your presentations.
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More Than 100 PowerPoint Tutorials & a Free Template With as many PowerPoint questions that I get, it’s a good thing that over the past year or so the elearning community has created about 300 PowerPoint tutorials. For this post, I decided to pull a bunch of them together so that you have them in one easy list. I also included a free PowerPoint elearning template to celebrate the holidays and a great 2010! Click to download the free PowerPoint template.
Presentation Zen
PowerPoint Tips Tutorial – Hidden Shapes | The Cafe
Life After Death by Powerpoint 2010
STOP! You're Killing Me With PowerPoint!
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Making Better PowerPoint Presentations | Center for Teaching | Vanderbilt University
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Turn the snap to grid and snap to object options on or off - Outlook
Don’t Let The Experts Tell You PowerPoint Sucks
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Pilot study of PPT slide design and students
5 Easy Tips to Whip Your Slides Into Shape
Creating Silhouettes and Design Elements Using Wordle
3 Tutorials to Help You Get More Out of PowerPoint’s Image Editing
20 Best PowerPoint Presentation Design Posts for 2012
How to make Interactive Quizzes with PowerPoint
Use triggers to create an interactive slide show in PowerPoint - PowerPoint
What’s Wrong with PowerPoint Templates