Using PowerPoint <ul><li>Creative uses  </li></ul><ul><li>of Powerpoint </li></ul><ul><li>David Byrne  is a fan. </li></ul...
Using PowerPoint <ul><li>Creative uses  </li></ul><ul><li>of Powerpoint </li></ul><ul><li>David Byrne  is a fan. </li></ul...
Using PowerPoint Creative uses  of Powerpoint
Using PowerPoint Creative uses  of Powerpoint
Using PowerPoint Creative uses  of Powerpoint
Using PowerPoint Creative uses  of Powerpoint
PowerPoint creators Dennis Austin and Bob Gaskins.
Using PowerPoint - a demo Ooh look at this
Using PowerPoint Ooh look at this And this
Using PowerPoint Ooh look at this And this Don’t forget this
Using PowerPoint Ooh look at this And this Don’t forget this  Oh yes  you  can  also  do this
Using PowerPoint Ooh look at this And this Don’t forget this  Oh yes  you  can  also  do this And this
Using PowerPoint Ooh look at this And this Don’t forget this  Oh yes  you  can  also  do this And this
 
Brief history <ul><li>PowerPoint's history </li></ul><ul><li>Bob Gaskins, a former Berkeley Ph.D. student, conceived Power...
Using PowerPoint The most interesting thing for me is that Powerpoint can create a nice framework for using the internet a...
PowerPoint and the web Extending the use of Powerpoint means you have to be a google monkey; there are hundreds of powerpo...
PowerPoint and the web I use powerpoint mainly with weblinks, images and video; rather than give a list of bookmarks you c...
General Web advice I would advise anyone on getting a google account to manage and access bookmarks in school and at home ...
General Web advice Then you can get  Google  Toolbar  that lets you manage the google account, get downloads and access bo...
Example presentation Im going to imagine making a presentation on Jeremy Deller with images, video, audio & weblinks. It w...
YouTube YouTube is increasingly an invaluable tool for education Linking to you tube is one way of working but often you w...
YouTube If you were doing something on Carravaggio you could use stuff like  this  to support more traditional takes on pr...
YouTube So lets use  get tube  to download a clip relating to our subject and insert it below
There are a few programmes you can download for free to do this Get Tube is what we are using today and there is also the ...
Once you have downloaded the video, you may need to convert the format so powerpoint likes it like a .mov .mpg4 .avi . The...
More you tube Downloads upload to  youtube  firefox addin
YouTube So lets use  get tube  to download a clip relating to our subject, change it to .mov with Quicktime and insert it ...
YouTube Now lets make it continue to play into the next 4 slides. Select the movie clip,then  choose SlidShow/Animations/C...
YouTube
YouTube Now this clip should still be playing… now lets add an image ive taken from channel4….
My favourite work by Jeremy Deller Journeyman TV clip of Documentary Background to Battle of Orgreave
Jeremy Deller Jeremy Deller was born in London, educated at Dulwich College and studied the history of art at the Courtaul...
Jeremy Deller Deller was winner of the Turner Prize in 2004. His show at Tate Britain included documentation on Battle of ...
Jeremy Deller Much of Deller's work is collaborative. His work has a strong political aspect, in the subjects dealt with a...
Jeremy Deller
Jeremy Deller
Jeremy Deller Jeremy Deller This was my first experience of his work: seeing a brass band covering versions of “strings of...
Jeremy Deller Jeremy Deller NOW MAKE YOUR OWN
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  1. 1. Using PowerPoint <ul><li>Creative uses </li></ul><ul><li>of Powerpoint </li></ul><ul><li>David Byrne is a fan. </li></ul><ul><li>Its simple and looks nice and empowering and almost a cultural icon </li></ul><ul><li>Edward Tufte is not. </li></ul><ul><li>He thinks it stifles critical analysis and is interesting cognitively </li></ul>
  2. 2. Using PowerPoint <ul><li>Creative uses </li></ul><ul><li>of Powerpoint </li></ul><ul><li>David Byrne is a fan. </li></ul><ul><li>Its simple and looks nice and empowering and almost a cultural icon </li></ul><ul><li>Edward Tufte is not. </li></ul><ul><li>He thinks it stifles critical analysis and is interesting cognitively </li></ul>
  3. 3. Using PowerPoint Creative uses of Powerpoint
  4. 4. Using PowerPoint Creative uses of Powerpoint
  5. 5. Using PowerPoint Creative uses of Powerpoint
  6. 6. Using PowerPoint Creative uses of Powerpoint
  7. 7. PowerPoint creators Dennis Austin and Bob Gaskins.
  8. 8. Using PowerPoint - a demo Ooh look at this
  9. 9. Using PowerPoint Ooh look at this And this
  10. 10. Using PowerPoint Ooh look at this And this Don’t forget this
  11. 11. Using PowerPoint Ooh look at this And this Don’t forget this Oh yes you can also do this
  12. 12. Using PowerPoint Ooh look at this And this Don’t forget this Oh yes you can also do this And this
  13. 13. Using PowerPoint Ooh look at this And this Don’t forget this Oh yes you can also do this And this
  14. 15. Brief history <ul><li>PowerPoint's history </li></ul><ul><li>Bob Gaskins, a former Berkeley Ph.D. student, conceived PowerPoint originally as an easy-to-use presentation program. He hired a software developer, Dennis Austin, in 1984 to build a prototype program that they called &quot;Presenter,&quot; later changing the name to PowerPoint for trademark reasons. PowerPoint 1.0 was released in 1987 for the Apple Macintosh platform; later that year Gaskins's company Forethought and the program were purchased by Microsoft for $14 million. The first Windows and DOS versions of PowerPoint followed in 1988. PowerPoint became a standard part of the Microsoft Office suite in 1990. According to Microsoft, more than 30 million presentations are made around the world with PowerPoint every day. </li></ul>
  15. 16. Using PowerPoint The most interesting thing for me is that Powerpoint can create a nice framework for using the internet and other media to organise&present some research Images Web 2.0 apps Webpages Animation Youtube/Google/Video Video
  16. 17. PowerPoint and the web Extending the use of Powerpoint means you have to be a google monkey; there are hundreds of powerpoint resources out there Complete presentations Design templates and free ones Tutorials and more tutorials and even Sharing Powerpoint like you would music
  17. 18. PowerPoint and the web I use powerpoint mainly with weblinks, images and video; rather than give a list of bookmarks you can illustrate your presentation with web content, examples, resources etc. It makes the source of your research more transparent and allows others to follow on from it.
  18. 19. General Web advice I would advise anyone on getting a google account to manage and access bookmarks in school and at home and use the firefox browser instead of internet explorer, it’s open source and has a range of useful extensions like this Firefox Video Downloader Firefox is full of really great extensions
  19. 20. General Web advice Then you can get Google Toolbar that lets you manage the google account, get downloads and access bookmarks; That way any research on the web you do could be accessed remotely; rather than having bookmarks stored locally on your computer.
  20. 21. Example presentation Im going to imagine making a presentation on Jeremy Deller with images, video, audio & weblinks. It would be good to try to follow my lead but make something relevant to you, perhaps with a different artist
  21. 22. YouTube YouTube is increasingly an invaluable tool for education Linking to you tube is one way of working but often you will have restricted youtube access in school. Its best to save the you tube file, there are a variety of things to download to help you do this
  22. 23. YouTube If you were doing something on Carravaggio you could use stuff like this to support more traditional takes on presentations..
  23. 24. YouTube So lets use get tube to download a clip relating to our subject and insert it below
  24. 25. There are a few programmes you can download for free to do this Get Tube is what we are using today and there is also the Firefox extension. You can find other ways of saving youtube movies here and here . Actually KeepVid also looks good
  25. 26. Once you have downloaded the video, you may need to convert the format so powerpoint likes it like a .mov .mpg4 .avi . There are a few programmes you can download for free to do this, VLC player (Open Source) (to convert the video format Get Tube (Mac OSX)
  26. 27. More you tube Downloads upload to youtube firefox addin
  27. 28. YouTube So lets use get tube to download a clip relating to our subject, change it to .mov with Quicktime and insert it next to this text panel
  28. 29. YouTube Now lets make it continue to play into the next 4 slides. Select the movie clip,then choose SlidShow/Animations/Custom like this:
  29. 30. YouTube
  30. 31. YouTube Now this clip should still be playing… now lets add an image ive taken from channel4….
  31. 32. My favourite work by Jeremy Deller Journeyman TV clip of Documentary Background to Battle of Orgreave
  32. 33. Jeremy Deller Jeremy Deller was born in London, educated at Dulwich College and studied the history of art at the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London. Deller is best-known for his Battle of Orgreave (2001), a recreation of the actual Battle of Orgreave which occurred during the UK miners' strike in 1984. In 1997, Deller embarked on Acid Brass, a musical collaboration with the Williams Fairey Brass Band from Stockport. The project was based on fusing the music of a traditional brass band with acid house and Detroit techno.
  33. 34. Jeremy Deller Deller was winner of the Turner Prize in 2004. His show at Tate Britain included documentation on Battle of Orgreave and an installation Memory Bucket (2003), a documentary about Crawford, Texas – the hometown of George W Bush – and the siege in nearby Waco. In 2006, he was involved in a touring exhibit of contemporary British folk art, in collaboration with Alan Kane. In late 2006 he instigated The Bat House Project, an architectural competition open to the public for a bat house on the outskirts of London.
  34. 35. Jeremy Deller Much of Deller's work is collaborative. His work has a strong political aspect, in the subjects dealt with and also the devaluation of artistic ego through the involvement of other people in the creative process. Folk Archive is a tour of &quot;people's art&quot;, outside of the contemporary art institution. Much of his work is ephemeral in nature and avoids commodification.
  35. 36. Jeremy Deller
  36. 37. Jeremy Deller
  37. 38. Jeremy Deller Jeremy Deller This was my first experience of his work: seeing a brass band covering versions of “strings of life” and “what time is love” in a park in Glasgow
  38. 39. Jeremy Deller Jeremy Deller NOW MAKE YOUR OWN
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