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    Moving beyond bullets Moving beyond bullets Presentation Transcript

    • Moving Beyond Bullets 12/7/2012Engage . Enrich . Empower
    • 1. Awareness: Learn more about what’s available2. Use: Widen toolkit and possibilities3. Integrate: Plan for improving student experience
    • Don’t Use Bullets!
    • Bullet Benefits• Introduction• Ordered/Numbered Steps• Transition• Conclusion•?
    • Why?
    • Accident
    • Accident
    • Accident
    • Accident
    • Why?Simplicity less is more
    • Why?Variety
    • Why? Are you going to putthe slides on Moodle?
    • Why?Modeling
    • Options 5-5-1 RuleFree-Form Text Fields Shapes Bullet Rules Video Bullet Builds Images Charts Tables Slide Layout
    • Bullet Rules Guidelines•6 bullets x 6 words per bullet•24 pt or larger•Sans serif font•Words or phrases, not sentences•Limit second level bullets•Bold and italicize for emphasis
    • 1-1-5 Rule• Must have at least one image per slide• You can use each exact image only once• You should add no more than five words per slide.From the Chronicle of Higher Education:http://bit.ly/hoTr7s
    • The eyes tend to move . . .• Z•Dark to light•Big to littleUnusual shapes to common shapes•Saturated to unsaturated• before seagull
    • Other design principles•Pro x imity •Alignment•Repetition Repetition Repetition Repetition Repetition•Contrast•Color•Gestalt (unified whole)•Typography