PowerPoint presentation for use in academic staff development workshops. Please feel free to download as PDF where additional text in the notes pane is accessible by clicking on the speech bubble on the top left of each slide.
the uses of PowerPoint using PowerPoint
better 1 2 3 • create slides that reinforce your words • move text off the slide • use audience input • segment your presentation • forget animation – use useful tools
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