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VRA 2011 Engaging New Technologies Presentation Technologies

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Engaging New Technologies - Organizer: Meghan Musolff, University of Michigan

Moderator: Betha Whitlow, Washington University in St. Louis

Speakers: Tracy Bergstrom, University of Notre Dame; Sarah Carter, Ringling College of Art and Design; Heather Cleary, Otis College of Art and Design; Bryan Loar, SC Search Consultants; Meghan Musolff, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; Greg Reser, University of California, San Diego; John Trendler, Scripps College; Suzanne Walsh, Independent Consultant



Abstract: This fast-paced 90 minute session will demonstrate a rich variety of new technologies and provide concrete examples on how to engage with this array of contemporary products, services, and tools. Utilizing the expertise of tech-savvy presenters from both ARLIS and VRA, the session will provide a basic knowledge of new tools, demystifying them to empower session attendees to further investigate on their own. Emphasis will be given to technologies related to teaching, learning, and research environments and their practical applications for use in the library and visual resources environments.



Host Organization(s): VRA

Published in: Technology, Business
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VRA 2011 Engaging New Technologies Presentation Technologies

  1. 1. Technologies forPresentation &InstructionJohn Trendler
  2. 2. iPie
  3. 3. Live presentations take time & energy.
  4. 4. Online presentationsaren’t confined by spaceor time…
  5. 5. and reach a larger audience.
  6. 6. A picture is worth at least 100 words
  7. 7. Open your Powerpoint document and locate the slide with the font whose size you want to change. Highlight the text that you want to change using your mouse. From the “Formatting Palette” expand the “Font” menu (if it’s not already expanded) and click on the down-arrow after “Size:” Select the font size from the dropdown menu, or something like that.
  8. 8. Share Help Explain
  9. 9. Record step by stepinstructions with a screen cast
  10. 10. Live broadcasting is as easy as pushing a button
  11. 11. Video Chat: The future is now From 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
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