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  • 1. Laura SkeltonCentre for Professional Learning & Development
    Adding Audio and Video to Microsoft PowerPoint Presentations
  • 2. Introductions
    Introduce yourself and say what you would like to get out of today’s session.
    Do you have any questions you would like answered?
    What experiences do you have with using audio and video in PowerPoint so far?
    Image Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bump/4443599881/
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  • 3. Learning Outcomes
    Identify some of the most commonly used audio and video file types
    Create a presentation that includes slide narration
    Design a presentation that includes a video (from a file or from the web)
    Evaluate the effectiveness of using multimedia in PowerPoint presentations
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  • 4. Why would you use audio and video files in a presentation?
    Engages the audience
    Audio and Visual learning
    Helps to explain a process
    Provides real life examples (scenarios, opinions)
    Adding context (online presentations)
    Creating more accessible presentations
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  • 5. What are the Challenges?
    Getting it to work!
    Every room is different
    Different file formats
    Finding relevant videos
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  • 6. Why do we need to think about accessibility?
    For visually impaired users the video will only provide audio information
    For deaf users the audio is irrelevant and the video will only provide visually information
    Need to think about ensuring that the information provided in the audio or video is also provided elsewhere.
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  • 7. Why do we need to think about copyright?
    To ensure that the resources we are using do not infringe copyright law
    Some websites allow you to search for videos based on their licence
    You can also look for creative commons information
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  • 8. https://my.syncplicity.com/share/kx92ie0gd8/Creative_Commons_Infographic.png
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  • 9. Video File Types and sizes
    WMV – Windows Media Video
    AVI – Audio Video Interleave
    MPEG4 – Standard for the compressing of video
    MOV – Apple Mac format which plays with Quicktime
    The longer the video and the higher its quality the bigger the file size
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  • 10. Audio File Types and sizes
    MP3 – Common format
    WAV – Waveform Audio File (audio that has not been compressed)
    WMA – Windows Media Audio
    AAC – Advanced Audio Coding (default for most Apple products)
    The longer the audio and the higher its quality the bigger the file size
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  • 11. Other Courses
    Creating accessible PowerPoint presentations for an online audience
    Enhancing your presentations with Microsoft PowerPoint
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  • 12. And Finally………….
    Give constructive feedback
    Share the experience with your line manager
    Try to use what you have learnt
    Think about what comes next
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