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  • When we said presentation we always think of preparing a typical PowerPoint presentation, or the old time tradition of printed words in a manila paper or cartolina which we call it visual aids. Regardless of what we use the most important is we convey or express our ideas clearly so the students, participants or listener can fully understand the concept, content, and/or context of your presentation. According to Kathleen Bauer in her online presentation about effective presentation. “A presentation is a reflection of you and your work. You want to make a best possible impression in the short period of time given to you.” This can be also applies to Online presentation.
  • If we reconsider the combination and integration of presentation methods in a digital learning environment we continue be amazed by the new possibilities in making presentation. In the latter system, the printed word is the main form of presentation, but now also interesting posibilities are made available for the spoken word in the planning and design of presentations in digital learning environment. But there is even more. Also the image of the teacher can have an effect on students
  • Each type of online presentation has its strengths and benefits. The difference among the three types is in the richness of the media experience, the level of interactivity offered to the viewer, and the trackability and value of the data that’s generated every time a viewer interacts with the material
  • Online slide decks- SlideShareNarrated audio presentation –Brainshark and KnowledgdeVisionInteractive video presentation - KnowledgeVisionEach type of online presentation has its strengths and benefits. The difference among the three types is in the richness of the media experience, the level of interactivity offered to the viewer, and the trackability and value of the data that’s generated every time a viewer interacts with the material
  • Each type of online presentation has its strengths and benefits. The difference among the three types is in the richness of the media experience, the level of interactivity offered to the viewer, and the trackability and value of the data that’s generated every time a viewer interacts with the material
  • To understand those advantages let us look at the 8 Principles of Online Presentations. #1 – Access anywhere you have an internet connection and a browser, nothing to install, can upgrade or manage, just log-in, get your work done, log off and deliver consistent results on every platform Mac/iOS, PC, Chrome, Android etc.#2 – The ability to manage the entire lifecycle of your presentation from concept through creation and iteration through to publishing, sharing, interaction, versioning, tracking and archival.#3 – Allow you to quickly find resources (content and services from a variety of sources like your desktop, your shared library ex. Cowrokers/organization, community) and rapidly utilize them to assemble and tell your story.#4 – Work in concert w/ your colleauges, your partners, and of course customers and prospects using shared library of assets and work flows that lets everyone contribute across time and space.
  • To understand those advantages let us look at the 8 Principles of Online Presentations. #5 – Let’s you conduct business communications in a way that’s better, faster, cheaper and more adaptive. Example send an easy to use click-able link instead of a large file attached to an email.#6 – Include dynamic functionality, content and data from both public and private sources.#7 – Securely stored in the cloud with the ability to allow and restrict access in a customizable way.#8 – Informed you about who’s viewing your content, where they are, what they think, how they interacted and what they did or didn’t do after watching your presentation.
  • Online presentation grace

    1. 1. Grace del Rosario EDTECH 213
    2. 2. Topics to be covered... • What is Online Presentation? • The Combination and Integration of Several Presentation Methods in a Digital Environment • Types of Online Presentation • Principles of Online Presentation
    3. 3. What is Online Presentation? “Online presentation is a type of content that brings the traditional presentation (typically Microsoft PowerPoint) to an anytime and anywhere environment online.”
    4. 4. The Combination and Integration of Several Presentation Methods in a Digital Environment • Printed Words • Spoken Words • Image of the Teacher (Pedagogic Film Direction and Dramaturgy)
    5. 5. Types of Online Presentation Online slide decks “are simply PowerPoint presentations that have been uploaded to a website and placed in a simple viewer.”
    6. 6. Types of Online Presentation Narrated audio presentations “are synchronized audio narrations to presentation slides or over slides.”
    7. 7. Types of Online Presentation Interactive video presentations “are more visually interesting and engaging, and convey authority expertise and personal connection in a way that the „disembodied voice‟ of an audio-narrated presentation cannot.”
    8. 8. 8 Principles of Online Presentations • • • • Available Complete Connected Collaborative
    9. 9. 8 Principles of Online Presentations • • • • Nimble Dynamic Secure Measured
    10. 10. References • http://www.onlinepresentations.com/whatis-an-online-presentation/ • http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/articl e/view/3/336 • http://www.sliderocket.com/blog/2011/04/w hat-is-an-online-presentation/ • http://www.onlinepresentations.com/whatis-an-online-presentation/

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