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Welcome to my PowerPoint resource page.
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.
So I’ve been dealing with a problem lately. The problem is with PowerPoint.
Below are guidelines for creating and delivering effective presentations, online tutorials to learn or improve your skill with PowerPoint, useful online resources from Microsoft and other sources, guidelines for assessing PowerPoint assignments, and sites where you can find free PowerPoint templates and copyright-free graphics, sound, and video for your presentations. presentations (formal and informal) for delivery via a computer or with slides; overhead transparencies; and small flyers, signs, etc. Presentation text should be talking points only.
Years ago I felt a certain sense of pride because I didn’t know how to use PowerPoint. Those days are long gone.
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.
In this new screencast series, Concordia Fine Arts lecturer and media designer Andrew Dolan highlights examples of best practice when it comes to designing visual presentations for today's media literate learner.
How Do I Teach Effectively with PowerPoint?
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.
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.
3 bullets on a slide. 1 slide per minute.
Recently on the Six Minutes blog, Andrew Dlugan published a great post about using quotes in your presentations. In it, you’ll find 21 tips for working with quotes, plus 8 benefits of doing so.
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.
In a previous post, I talked about creating hyperlinks in PowerPoint.