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Microsoft PowerPoint Templates and Backgrounds

Microsoft PowerPoint Templates and Backgrounds
That's why we deliver only the very best premium PowerPoint templates to suit every need. From athletics to science and from people to religion, we offer the most comprehensive and usable database of Microsoft PowerPoint backgrounds you'll find anywhere on the web. Free PowerPoint themes for every person and every business Microsoft PowerPoint is a versatile program used all over the world in boardrooms, classrooms, community centers, and even homes. But despite its many useful features, built-in PowerPoint themes leave something to be desired. With predictable color schemes and ho-hum graphics, they're just not interesting enough to add much value to your presentations - and, sometimes, they can even detract from the impact of the information you're sharing. Try something new with professional graphics and high-quality free PowerPoint templates from SmileTemplates. Free Microsoft PowerPoint backgrounds designed to suit your needs

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Free PowerPoint Templates for Teachers and Students We've all seen plenty of poorly designed slides that have harsh color schemes, fonts that are too small, or otherwise just don't look quite right. Fortunately, there is help for those of us who struggle with visual design. Sites like SlideModel, SlideHunter, and FPPT offer slide design templates that we can use in PowerPoint, OpenOffice Impress, and Google Slides. 62,790 Free PowerPoint templates - High Quality 62,790 Free PowerPoint Templates and Backgrounds You can browse all of our PowerPoint templates or select them by category or colour or by tag. We also have a range of PowerPoint Backgrounds.

On Piketty and definitions. ‘Financial capital’ is not the same thing as ‘physical capital’ (two graphs) The discussion about Piketty is getting messed up. The vagueness of economic parlance allows people to accuse him of mistakes he doesn’t make. The meaning of the word ‘capital’ is a case in point. Financial capital (like bonds, cash, receivables (which are included in the estimates of financial wealth in the national accounts and which have the same magnitude as cash, deposit money and money in savings account combined)) are not the same thing as physical capital (houses, cars, buildings, machinery and the like). Create an impress.js Presentation in 10 Minutes Looking to liven up your next presentation with a platform that’s more dynamic and engaging than PowerPoint? Try impress.js, a presentation framework that uses captivating image transitions and transformations based in CSS3. Not a programmer? No worries!

Zaption Presenter Now Available to All Users - Make Interactive Video Presentations Earlier this month Zaption announced a beta testing period for a new feature called Zaption Presenter. That feature is now available to all users. Zaption Presenter will let you present a video in the front of the room and or stream it to your students' devices. Your students will be able to use Zaption Presenter ask questions directly from their devices while the video plays.

20 Powerpoint Templates You Can Use For Free You’ve probably seen amazing TED conferences featuring awesome and jaw-dropping videos that make you sit up, and hang on to the speaker’s every word. Well, in most conferences, things are rarely that interesting. The presentations most of us have to sit through are more often than not, made up of text and images plastered over a default (sometimes too easily recognizable) Powerpoint theme. Vintage data visualization: 35 examples from before the Digital Era This is a guest post by Tiago Veloso, the founder of Visual Loop, a collaborative digital environment for everything related to information design and data visualization. He lives in Brazil, and you can connect with him online on Twitter and LinkedIn. If you follow us regularly on Visual Loop, you’ve probably noticed we like to featured not only modern interactive visualizations and infographics, but also examples from the past, from the time when there were no computer softwares to help analyzing and designing and no Internet to access and share data. Graphics, charts, diagrams and visual data representations have been published on books, newspapers and magazines since they exist, not to mention old maps and scientific illustrations, and despite the lack of tools such as the ones we have at our disposal nowadays, they are as inspiring and important as the best contemporary visualizations. A Map of Physics (1939)

The "Lessig Method" of presentation The "Lessig Method" of presentation is not an official method per se, but many people who know about the work of Stanford law professor, Lawrence Lessig, have been inspired by his presentation style and informally refer to his approach as something unique indeed. Those who have seen Lessig present have been talking about his approach for a while. David Hornik at VentureBlog wrote a post entitled Putting the "Power" in Powerpoint over two years ago. In this post he heaps praise on the presentation style of Lessig. Hornik says Lessig's presentations "are a fantastic combination of content, art and brand...."

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