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    • Assignments
      • Overall, the marks were great!
      • Lots of interesting topics
      • Following instructions….
      • Next time, please staple your projects!
    • Next assignment…
      • Using your storyboards and one-sheet proposal as a rough guide, create a 10-slide presentation in Powerpoint 2003 (or other presentation program) and upload to Slideshare. Do not indicate your name anywhere in the slideshow.
      • The criteria are the same regarding the slides and the information contained within, that is
      • Three of the screens will contain a graphic and a block of text.
      • Two of the screens will contain charts, one will be a pie chart and the other is your choice.
      • One screen will be text only.
      • Two screens will contain full-screen graphics.
      • Two of the screens are up to you but I suggest that if you are referencing outside sources that you reserve one screen at the end for citations.
      • Another idea might be to create an original piece of art in Photoshop if you want to try out painting and drawing in Photoshop.
    • Evaluation
      • Checklist for Slideshows. Out of 14
      • Content corresponds with the pitch ie extends the creative content.
      • Exact specifications as outlined above.
      • Checklist for Uploads. Out of 14
      • Marks for successful upload.
      • Marks for the title being correct, ie student number + title
      • Marks for description + proper spelling.
      • Marks: Evaluation of design sensibilities once it is up on Slideshare.
      • Beware, if the fonts are all over the place because of faulty PDF procedure (if you used something other than ppt03) marks will be deducted.
      • Go to http://www.slideshare.com
      • Username: mprimrose
      • Password: mcmaster
      • Please DO NOT change the password.
    • Uploading Your Project
      • Click the “Upload” tab
      • Click “Browse and select files…”
      • Navigate through your computer to find your finished project.
    • Naming Your Upload
      • The title of your project should be your student number + a short title.
      • Fill in a short description.
      • Input some keywords that are relevant to your project.
    • Compatible File Formats
      • Presentations: ppt, pps & pot (PowerPoint), pdf, odp (OpenOffice); Keynote users can save as PDF.
      • Documents & SpreadsheetsNew!: doc, rtf, xls (MSOffice), odt & ods (OpenOffice) & PDF.
      • If you’re using Office 2007, save as a legacy file.
    • Finishing Up
      • Once you’ve filled everything out, click “Publish.”
      • You need to allow some time for the site to convert your original project into the Slideshare format.
      • A link to a status page will be provided if all goes well.
      • Check out the presentation to make sure it looks right!
    • Reminders…
      • Please don’t mess around with other peoples’ projects.
      • Include your tutorial section number in your short description.
      • If something doesn’t look right when you’re finished, fix the problems, delete the first version and re-upload.
      • Marks are being given for correctly following the instructions!
      • Don’t leave it until the last minute!
    • Questions?
      • Feel free to create your own Slideshare account.
      • Email me ASAP if you need help.
      • [email_address]
      • Remember, I can only reply to emails sent from your McMaster addresses.
      • Good luck!