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    • AdvancedPowerPoint Techniques Instructional Technology Academic Computing ©2012 Fordham UniversityImage by daskerst Created by Kristen A. Treglia
    • DESIGN BASICSImage by brtsergio
    • by JD Hancock
    • by JD Hancock
    • by JD Hancock
    • by JD Hancock
    • by JD Hancock
    • by Peter E. Lee (catching up)
    • Examples…
    • Keeping it simple 4 sample slides doesn’t have to be hard work A drop … by Ragesh Vasudevan via Flickr Like a Teenager Day twenty seven by magiccyril via Flickr Do you feel Saetta 2 lucky? by Hop-Frog via Flickr Communication is the transfer of emotion The Big Apple ~Seth Godin by TrevinC via Flickr
    • What Leads to Good PowerPoint design? What Leads to Intrinsic Motivation?Following these basic rules:1. Simplicity…using negative/white space, not using overly detailed images, no clip art2. Theme…using a single unified theme, do NOT use the PPT templates3. Bullets…DO NOT USE BULLETS, use one slide per design idea4. Font…use a font consistently, do NOT use Comic Sans, Calibri is a good change from the default5. Color…use the same color palette, ADA compliant,contrasting/complementary colors
    • What Leads to Good PowerPoint design? What Leads to Intrinsic Motivation?Following these basic rules:1. Simplicity…using negative/white space, not using overly detailed images, no clip art2. Theme…using a single unified theme, do NOT use the PPT templates3. Bullets…DO NOT USE BULLETS, use one slide per design idea4. Font…use a font consistently, do NOT use Comic Sans, Calibri is a good change from the default5. Color…use the same color palette, ADA compliant,contrasting/complementary colors 14
    • Instead…
    • What Leads to Good PowerPoint design? black by .robbie via Flickr Image by cathcuk
    • What Leads to Good PowerPoint design? Image by Paul Watsonvia
    • What Leads to Good PowerPoint design? Image by Stéphane Giner
    • Design resources Image by Kat...
    • Making presentations in the TED styleTED has earned a lot of attention over the yearsfor many reason, including the nature andQuality of its short-form conferencePresentations. All presenters lucky enough toBe asked to speak at TED are given 18-minuteSlots maximum (some are for even less timeSuch as 3- and 6-minute slots). Some whoPresent at TED are not used to speaking on aLarge stage, or are at least not used to speakingOn their topic with strict time restraints. TEDDoes not make a big deal publicly out of the TED Commandments, but manyTED presenters have referenced the speaking guidelines in their talks and in theirBlogs over the years (e.g., Ben Saunders).
    • 1. Thou Shalt Not Simply Trot Out thy Usual Shtick.2. Thou Shalt Dream a Great Dream, or Show Forth a Wondrous New Thing, Or Share Something Thou Hast Never Shared Before.3. Thou Shalt Reveal thy Curiosity and Thy Passion.4. Thou Shalt Tell a Story.5. Thou Shalt Freely Comment on the Utterances of Other Speakers for the Sake of Blessed Connection and Exquisite Controversy.6. Thou Shalt Not Flaunt thine Ego. Be Thou Vulnerable. Speak of thy Failure as well as thy Success.7. Thou Shalt Not Sell from the Stage: Neither thy Company, thy Goods, thy Writings, nor thy Desperate need for Funding; Lest Thou be Cast Aside into Outer Darkness.8. Thou Shalt Remember all the while: Laughter is Good.9. Thou Shalt Not Read thy Speech.10. Thou Shalt Not Steal the Time of Them that Follow Thee. Image by Fergal of Claddagh
    • Images s_falkow
    • Where can I FIND images? Image by andercismo
    • Image by Kat...
    • Image by technovore
    • Attribution You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform your copyrighted work – and derivative works based upon it – but only if they give you credit
    • Attribution No Derivative Works You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform only verbatim copies of your copyrighted work, not derivative works based upon it
    • Attribution No Derivative Works Noncommercial You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform your work – and derivative works based upon it – but for noncommercial purposes only.
    • Attribution No Derivative Works Noncommercial Share Alike You allow others to distribute derivative works only under a license identical to the license that governs your work
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    • My favorites on Flickr
    • How do I get IMAGES into PowerPoint?Image by sparkieblues
    • Saving Images1. Find an image from the web2. Save the image (right click on the image and select “Save As” or “Save Target As”) note: make sure to remember where you saved the image and the file name of the image3. Open PowerPoint4. Click the “Insert” tab5. Click “Picture”6. Browse for your file and then click “Open”Use a folder to save your PPT file and all the images/multimedia you use Tip
    • Formatting Images1. Click on the image2. Click on the “Format” tab that appears once the image has been selectedUse the handles on the image to resize/rotate the image“Crop” tool clips an imagePreset “Picture Styles” for ease/consistancy“Remove Background” to simplify images Tips *PowerPoint 2007
    • PART THREE: TOOLS AND APPLICATIONS Image by Chris JL Tools and Applications
    • NAME ABOUT WEBSITE Upload, search, embed, and addSlideshare http://www.slideshare.net video/audio Non-linear, upload, search, embed,Prezi http://prezi.com and add video/audio Include notes, upload, search, embed,Slidesix http://slidesix.com and add video/audio Upload (to Slideshare), embed, and280 Slides http://280slides.com add video/audio Upload, search, embed, and addVcasmo http://www.vcasmo.com video/audio Upload, search, embed, and add http://www.brainshark.comBrainshark video/audio
    • How do create Animation on a slide? Image by by Balthus Van Tassel
    • CreatingCustom Animation1. Click the “Animations” Tab2. Click “Custom Animation”3. Click on the object/text to animate on the slide4. From the Custom Animation pane click “Add Effect”, select an effectIf you have many objects on a slide that you want to animate, click the “Home” tab,then click the “Select” button and select “Selection Pane…” to create names forobjects/text as well as make them visible or invisible on the slide and timeline Tip
    • How do I embed a Narration Into PowerPoint?Image by AV Hire London
    • Record using Audacity (or other audio recording/editing software), Import File by Slide1. Record/edit audio with Audacity (see tech tip)2. Export sound file as .mp33. Click the “Insert” tab4. Click the “Sound” icon and select “Sound from file…”5. Browse for the file and click “Ok”6. Select either play sound “Automatically” or “When Clicked” on the dialog box that appears Right clicking the sound icon created opens a menu with additional options Tip
    • Record using PowerPoint1. Click the “Slide Show” tab2. Select “Record Narration”3. When ready to record click “Record” and select the option to play “Automatically” or “When Clicked” Right clicking the sound icon created opens a menu with additional options Tip
    • How do I embed a YouTube video? tvby vudutv via Flickr
    • (must have an internet connection)METHOD 11. Go to the YouTube video page youd like to add, copy the “old” embed code2. Click “Insert Video” from the “Insert” tab3. Select “Video from Website” and paste the embed code4. Resize the window as needed
    • Live (must have an internet connection)METHOD 2Download a plugin like iSpring Free or YouTube Video Wizard* that will let you embedYouTube videos into PowerPoint with only a few clicks
    • Offline (no internet connection) 1. Download YouTube video to either .wmv or .avi format (see link below) 2. Click the "Insert" tab 3. Click "Movie" and select "Movie from File" 4. Browse for the movie file Free to downloadFree to use online YouTube Downloader This is the correct “Download” button! Caution, be careful not to click on any advertising links