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  • 1. Your examples
  • 2. Your guidelines
  • 3. Four basic principles Proximity Alignment Repetition Contrast
  • 4. Your task…Write a pupil workbook to accompany the game. (10%)This should include follow-up learning activities for pupilsbased on the game. It would typically include screenshots of thegame, or re-use characters and settings, and make clear linksbetween the game, the story on which it is based and thelearning objectives covered (c 400 words).This also should be completed in draft by 25th March.For now… make a start on the front cover.
  • 5. http://studentzone.roehampton.ac.uk/softwaresupport/classes/index.html
  • 6. Readability  Fully justified /centred / left justified text - which isissues easiest to read?  Line length – does it affect readability?  Does line-spacing matter?  Fonts  Readability tests?
  • 7. Universities have made significant Universities have made significant Universities have made significantinvestments in presentation technology investments in presentation technology investments in presentation technologyand more tutors than ever are using and more tutors than ever are using and more tutors than ever are usingPowerPoint in the preparation and PowerPoint in the preparation and PowerPoint in the preparation anddelivery of their lectures. However, delivery of their lectures. However, delivery of their lectures. However,despite this investment there is little despite this investment there is little despite this investment there is littleevidence to confirm that lectures taught evidence to confirm that lectures taught evidence to confirm that lectures taughtusing slide-based presentation software using slide-based presentation software using slide-based presentation softwareare more effective than those taught are more effective than those taught are more effective than those taughtusing more traditional audio-visual using more traditional audio-visual using more traditional audio-visualtechnology. Indeed, the research technology. Indeed, the research technology. Indeed, the researchliterature identifies several disquieting literature identifies several disquieting literature identifies several disquietingconcerns about the use of PowerPoint. concerns about the use of PowerPoint. concerns about the use of PowerPoint.Almost no gains in student learning have Almost no gains in student learning have Almost no gains in student learning havebeen found from using presentation been found from using presentation been found from using presentationsoftware per se; representing knowledge software per se; representing knowledge software per se; representing knowledgein slide format often distorts meaning; in slide format often distorts meaning; in slide format often distorts meaning;and the use of presentation technology and the use of presentation technology and the use of presentation technologyhas resulted in poor pedagogical has resulted in poor pedagogical has resulted in poor pedagogicalpractices. practices. practices.This workshop aims to acquaint This workshop aims to acquaint This workshop aims to acquaintparticipants with the disquieting nature participants with the disquieting nature participants with the disquieting natureof current research outcomes into the use of current research outcomes into the use of current research outcomes into the useof presentation software in higher of presentation software in higher of presentation software in highereducation; to invite them to reflect on education; to invite them to reflect on education; to invite them to reflect ontheir own practice; and to consider some their own practice; and to consider some their own practice; and to consider someideas for ‘good practice’ in the use of ideas for ‘good practice’ in the use of ideas for ‘good practice’ in the use ofpresentation technology. presentation technology. presentation technology. Left justified Centred Fully justified
  • 8. Universities have made significant investments in presentation technology and more tutors than ever are using PowerPoint in thepreparation and delivery of their lectures. However, despite this investment there is little evidence to confirm that lectures taughtusing slide-based presentation software are more effective than those taught using more traditional audio-visual technology. Indeed,the research literature identifies several disquieting concerns about the use of PowerPoint. Universities have made significant investments in presentation technology and more tutors than ever are using PowerPoint in the preparation and delivery of their Universities have made significant investments in presentation lectures. However, despite this technology and more tutors than ever are using PowerPoint in the investment there is little evidence to preparation and delivery of their lectures. However, despite this confirm that lectures taught using investment there is little evidence to confirm that lectures taught slide-based presentation software are using slide-based presentation software are more effective than more effective than those taught those taught using more traditional audio-visual technology. using more traditional audio-visual Indeed, the research literature identifies several disquieting technology. Indeed, the research concerns about the use of PowerPoint. literature identifies several disquieting concerns about the use of PowerPoint. Which is most comfortable to read?
  • 9. Universities have made significantinvestments in presentationtechnology and more tutors than ever Which is mostare using PowerPoint in thepreparation and delivery of theirlectures. However, despite this comfortable to read?investment there is little evidence toconfirm that lectures taught usingslide-based presentation software aremore effective than those taught Universities have made significantusing more traditional audio-visualtechnology. Indeed, the research investments in presentationliterature identifies several disquietingconcerns about the use of technology and more tutors than everPowerPoint. are using PowerPoint in the preparation and delivery of their lectures. However, despite this Universities have made significant investment there is little evidence to investments in presentation confirm that lectures taught using technology and more tutors than ever are using PowerPoint in the slide-based presentation software are preparation and delivery of their more effective than those taught lectures. However, despite this investment there is little evidence to using more traditional audio-visual confirm that lectures taught using technology. Indeed, the research slide-based presentation software are literature identifies several disquieting more effective than those taught using more traditional audio-visual concerns about the use of technology. Indeed, the research PowerPoint. literature identifies several disquieting concerns about the use of PowerPoint.
  • 10. Universities have made significant Universities have made significantWhich investments in presentation technology and more tutors than investments in presentation technology and more tutors thanwould ever are using PowerPoint in the preparation and delivery of their ever are using PowerPoint in the preparation and delivery of their lectures. However, despite thiswork lectures. However, despite this investment there is little evidence investment there is little evidence to confirm that lectures taught to confirm that lectures taughtwhere? using slide-based presentation using slide-based presentation software are more effective than software are more effective than those taught using more traditional those taught using more traditional audio-visual technology. Indeed, audio-visual technology. Indeed, the research literature identifies the research literature identifies several disquieting concerns about several disquieting concerns about the use of PowerPoint. the use of PowerPoint. Universities have made significant Universities have made investments in presentation significant investments in technology and more tutors than presentation technology and more ever are using PowerPoint in the tutors than ever are using preparation and delivery of their PowerPoint in the preparation and lectures. However, despite this delivery of their lectures. investment there is little evidence to However, despite this investment confirm that lectures taught using there is little evidence to slide-based presentation software confirm that lectures taught are more effective than those using slide-based presentation taught using more traditional audio- software are more effective visual technology. Indeed, the than those taught using more research literature identifies several traditional audio-visual disquieting concerns about the use technology. Indeed, the research of PowerPoint. literature identifies several disquieting concerns about the use of PowerPoint.
  • 11. FKRA = (0.39 x ASL) + (11.8 x ASW) - 10.59