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A presentation I cobbled together from other presentations (CC or used with permission) to help G9s prepare for their Pecha Kuchas.

A presentation I cobbled together from other presentations (CC or used with permission) to help G9s prepare for their Pecha Kuchas.

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  • How many of these do you recognize, either from your own presentations or those that you’ve seen?
  • 4 simple rules to keep in mind
  • Let’s start with one point per slide….
  • It doesn’t matter what language it’s in… this is a presentation. It’s not about the slides. It’s about YOU.
  • Color choices
  • Which one would you choose?
  • Fonts
  • Arial
  • Now my favorite part, and also the most important, and also the most time consuming:
  • The image should help MAKE your point, it shouldn’t be your point. Uses the full size of the slideLittle text on the screenSimple fontGood use of colorNone of what I just said is on the slide!
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  • How do we add the CC attributions? See the attribution at the bottom? Title of picture, author, link to picture, CC license. Part of CC is attributing how the artist instructs you to attribute.

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  • 1. The Art of Good Presentations Presentation Zen and Creative Commons
  • 2. Creative Commons provides resources that you and your students can legally copy, modify and reusemy CC stickers have arrived!!! by laihiu available athttp://www.flickr.com/photos/laihiu/290630500/ under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 licence CRICOS No. 00213J
  • 3. Creative Commons material can be used without worrying about local copyright laws or exceptions – which usually don’t work for multimediaLock by AMagill available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/amagill/235453953/ under a Creative Commons Attribution Licence CRICOS No. 00213J
  • 4. Thinking Hot by Lisandro Moises Enriqueavailable at http://www.flickr.com/photos/latente/2041435108/under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 licence But remember to: • obey the licence • attribute • think about other rights (privacy etc) • use your common sense CRICOS No. 00213J
  • 5. http://flickcc.bluemountains.net
  • 6. Image Attribution : Creativecommons.org by Andrew* http://www.flickr.com/photos/nez/299989580 CC by SA 2.0
  • 7. http://www.flickr.com/photos/davidyuweb/5529738150/in/photostream/
  • 8. http://www.flickr.com/photos/davidyuweb/5529738150/in/photostream/
  • 9. http://www.flickr.com/photos/davidyuweb/5529738150/in/photostream/
  • 10. http://compfight.com/
  • 11. http://www.flickr.com/photos/55514420@N00/5192375946/
  • 12. Image CreditsSlide 36: San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge by davidyuweb licensedunder CC BY NCSlide 39: San Francisco luck double rainbow by davidyuweb licensedunder CC BY NC
  • 13. The Art of Good Presentations
  • 14. The Art of Good PresentationsSimple Design Rules Presentation Rules1.One point per slide 1. Powerful images2.Few matching 2. Little text colors 3. Creative3.Very few fonts Commons4.Photos, not clipart 4. Practice!
  • 15. The Art of Good PresentationsSimple Design Rules Presentation Rules1.One point per slide 1. Powerful images2.Few matching 2. Little text colors 3. Creative3.Very few fonts Commons4.Photos, not clipart 4. Practice!
  • 16. The Art of Good PresentationsSimple Design Rules Presentation Rules1.One point per slide 1. Powerful images2.Few matching 2. Little text colors 3. Creative3.Very few fonts Commons4.Photos, not clipart 4. Practice!
  • 17. Image CreditsSlides were used from the following presentations:• Death by PowerPoint by Alexi Kapterev licensed under CC BY NC• Steal this Presentation by Jesse Desjardins, used with permission.• Presentation Skills 2.0 by Simon Jones, used with permission.• Creative Commons in the Classroom by Jessica Coates licensed under CC BY NC• Creative Commons Attribution by Elisabeth Arbarbanel licensed under CC BY NC SA