ConsturctingPowerPoints-F11

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Constructing Effective PowerPoints A guide of dos and do-nots of professional presentations IST444: Fall 2011
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PowerPoint History PowerPoint introduced in 1987 Microsoft estimates over 400 million users 30 million slides created daily ost of these are done poorl
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PowerPoint Paradox PowerPoint imposes a specific presentation style All slides seem to have a bulleted structure Yet, not using it can make us seem unprepared
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Is PowerPoint in our Way?! Richard Mayer (University of California) believes it actually impedes learning Mayer’s research points out that people learn through two channels: Auditory Visual Optimal learning happens when both channels are stimulated simultaneously This makes PowerPoint the perfect tool… right?
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Maybe Yes, Maybe No Most PowerPoint slides not made with various learning styles in mind Bulleted lists Make up the majority of slide content Which is often only read And organized unnecessarily In a way that adds little to the conversation The presenter often repeats the text written on each slide
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2012 for the course IST 444 taught by Professor Bonzi,s during the Fall '08 term at Syracuse.

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