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Sampler 1: Effective techniques for many types of presentations. Ed Tech Mini Institute 2007 Tuesday June 5 Sandy Gough, Mauro Mittempergher, Rod Corbett. An overview of presentation types. Bad presentations (Video: Life After Death by PowerPoint) Good presentations

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    1. Sampler 1:Effective techniques for many types of presentations Ed Tech Mini Institute 2007 Tuesday June 5 Sandy Gough, Mauro Mittempergher, Rod Corbett

    2. An overview of presentation types... Bad presentations(Video: Life After Death by PowerPoint) Good presentations • Presentation Zen (Garr Reynolds) • Beyond Bullet Points “5 slides” (Cliff Atkinson) • Sentence headlines and visual evidence (Michael Alley) PowerPoint presentations

    3. Bad Presentation: a demonstration www.presentationzen.com/presentationzen/2007/04/powerpoint_some.html/

    4. Bad Presentation: home-grown example http://wwwacad.mtroyal.ca/powerpoint/

    5. www.garrreynolds.com/Presentation/index.html Good Presentations: Approach1

    6. Good Presentations: Approach1 www.presentationzen.com/presentationzen/2007/04/powerpoint_some.html

    7. Good Presentations: Approach 2 www.beyondbullets.com/

    8. Good Presentations: Approach 2 www.beyondbullets.com/2007/02/webinar_recordi.html

    9. Good Presentations: Approach 2 A brief summary of Beyond Bullets“The First Five Slides” • Establish the context/background • Define the problemWhat’s the purpose of the presentation? • Define Point A: where we are • Define Point B: where we want to be • Provide the solution: how to get from Point A to Point B

    10. Good Presentations: Approach 3

    11. Good Presentations: Approach 3Contrast: traditional vs. alternative slides www.writing.eng.vt.edu/slides.html

    12. www.writing.eng.vt.edu/slides.html (Penn state presentation)

    13. PowerPoint Presentations

    14. References: PowerPoint wwwacad.mtroyal.ca/powerpoint/

    15. References: PowerPoint ADC MS PowerPoint Support Page http://wwwacad.mtroyal.ca/powerpoint/ How to Give a Bad Presentation (9 minutes) by Janice Miller Young Is there life after death by PowerPoint? video by Don McMillan Presentation Zen (Garr Reynolds) http://www.garrreynolds.com/Presentation/index.html (home page) http://www.presentationzen.com/ (weblog) http://www.presentationzen.com/presentationzen/2007/04/powerpoint_some.html Beyond Bullets “5 slides” (Cliff Atkinson) http://www.beyondbullets.com/ (Feb 22, 2007 post) Sentence headlines and visual evidence (Michael Alley) Alley, M. & Neeley, K.A. (2005). Rethinking the design of presentation slides: A case for sentence headlines and visual evidence. Technical Communication 52(4) pp. 417–426. http://www.writing.eng.vt.edu/slides.html (links to templates, examples, research)

    16. References: Photography YotoPhoto http://yotophoto.com/ The Rule of Thirds http://www.silverlight.co.uk/tutorials/compose_expose/thirds.html An article about using pictures effectively Combining Words and Pictures: Degrees of Abstraction. By: Hart, Geoffrey J. S.. Intercom, Jan2007, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p38-42

    17. “Tellme and I'll forget; showme and I may remember; involveme and I'll understand.” Unknown