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2 PowerPoint Intensive PPIN Beth Malapanes CDO Librarian

3 Life After Death by PowerPoint

4 We need to teach and model how to create effective presentations in a visual medium, otherwise you will have to suffer through a lot of

5 Albert Einstein Albert Einstein was born into a Jewish family in Ulm, Württemberg, Germany on March 14, His father was Hermann Einstein, a salesman and engineer. His mother was Pauline Einstein (née Koch). In 1880, the family moved to Munich, where his father and his uncle founded a company, Elektrotechnische Fabrik J. Einstein & Cie, that manufactured electrical equipment. The Einsteins were not observant of Jewish religious practices, and Albert attended a Catholic elementary school. Although Einstein had early speech difficulties, he was a top student in elementary school.

6 It’s a PowerPoint, Not: A PowerPargraph Your audience can read faster than you speak, so you are useless PowerPointless Begin with the end in mind; what are you trying to get across to the audience?

7 One Big Rule Less is more

8 Keep It Simple (Text) Avoid Too many colors Avoid TooAvoid Too Many Fonts and Styles The 6 x 6 rule (if you must have one) –No more than 6 lines per slide –No more than 6 words per line

9 Keep It Simple (Text) Instructional Technology: A complex integrated process involving people, procedures, ideas, devices, and organization, for analyzing problems and devising, implementing, evaluating, and managing solutions to those problems in situations in which learning is purposive and controlled (HMRS 5th ed.) Too detailed !

10 Keep It Simple (Text) A process involving people, procedures & tools for solutions to problems in learning (HMRS 5th ed.) Instructional Technology: Much Simpler

11 Falling Leaves Observed DelhiMumbaiGoa January11,532,23414,123,6543,034,564 February1,078,45612,345,56716,128,234 March17,234,7786,567,12316,034,786 April16,098,89710,870,9547,940,096 May8,036,89710,345,39414,856,456 June16,184,345678,0954,123,656 July8,890,34515,347,93418,885,786 August8,674,23418,107,11017,230,095 September4,032,04518,923,2399,950,498 October2,608,0969,945,8905,596,096 November5,864,034478,0236,678,125 December12,234,1239,532,1113,045,654 Too detailed !

12 Falling Leaves in Millions In 10 6 DelhiMumbaiGoa January11143 February11216 March17616 April16107 May81014 June1604 July81518 August81817 September4189 October295 November506 December1293 Much Simpler

13 Falling Leaves Too detailed !

14 Falling Leaves Much Simpler

15 A Good PowerPoint Words can be seen clearly Uses colors effectively Uses images effectively Uses animations effectively Uses sounds when appropriate Is interactive

16 Use Your Words: All About Fonts Font Size Font Type Font Color

17 Make It Clear (Size) Size implies importance

18 Make It Clear (Size) Size implies importance

19 Font Size: Make it Big (Text) This is Arial 12 This is Arial 18 This is Arial 24 This is Arial 32 This is Arial 36 This is Arial 44

20 Make it Big (Text) This is Arial 12 This is Arial 18 This is Arial 24 This is Arial 32 This is Arial 36 This is Arial 44 Too Small

21 Make It Big (How to Estimate) Look at it from 6 feet away 6 ft

22 Rules of Thumb No smaller than 32 for text and 44 for headings The bigger the better but allow for plenty of open space on each slide Make your heading font bigger than the rest Avoid underlining text as this signifies a hyperlink hyperlink

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24 Serif fonts are difficult to read on screen Sanserif fonts are clearer Italics are difficult to read on screen Normal or bold fonts are clearer Instead, use colors to emphasise Use no more than 2 different font types per slide, and no more than 4 per show Font Type: Clean and Clear

25 Sanserif Z Serif Z Clean and Clear (Font) busy clear

26 Clean and Clear (Capitalization and Punctuation) ALL CAPITAL LETTERS ARE DIFFICULT TO READ Avoid “title capitalization” unless it’s a title Upper and lower case letters are easier No need for end punctuation except ? !

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28 Font Color: Make It Clear Use contrasting colors Light on dark vs. dark on light Use complementary colors

29 Make It Clear (Contrast) Use contrasting colors Light on dark vs. dark on light Use complementary colors low contrasthigh contrast

30 Make It Clear (Contrast) Use contrasting colors Light on dark vs. dark on light Use complementary colors This is light on dark

31 Make It Clear (Contrast) Use contrasting colors Light on dark vs. dark on light Use complementary colors This is dark on light

32 Make It Clear (Complement) Use contrasting colors Light on dark vs. dark on light Use complementary colors These colors do not complement

33 Make It Clear (Complement) Use contrasting colors Light on dark vs. dark on light Use complementary colors These colors complement

34 Color Wheel Complementary colors lay exactly opposite each other on the color wheel

35 Color Blindness Do not use red and green together Are you color blind? html#vissamp

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37 Images Visuals to support, not to distract Use real images or photographs whenever possible, rather than clipart Big enough to be seen

38 Keep It Simple (Picture) Art work may distract your audience Artistry does not substitute for content

39 Animations Don’t overuse This animation is annoying, not enhancing "Appear" and "Disappear" are better

40 Sounds Sound effects may distract too Use sound only when necessary to get your point across or wake up your audience

41 Interactivity PowerPoint should be non-linear, so it doesn’t just go forward and backward Use action buttons Or hyperlinkshyperlinks

42 Be Consistent Be consistent with background design and color schemes Differences draw attention Differences may imply importance Use surprises to attract not distract

43 Be Consistent Differences draw attention Differences may imply importance Use surprises to attract not distract This tick draws attention

44 Be Consistent Differences draw attention  Differences may imply importance oUse surprises to attract not distract These differences distract!

45 Be Consistent Differences draw attention Differences may imply importance Use surprises to attract not distract This implies importance

46 Be Consistent Differences draw attention Differences may imply importance Use surprises to attract not distract Confusing differences!

47 Be Consistent Differences draw attention Differences may imply importance Use surprises to attract not distract This surprise attracts

48 Be Consistent Differences draw attention Differences may imply importance Use surprises to attract not distract These distract!

49 Final Thoughts: Text to support the communication Pictures to simplify complex concepts Animations for complex relationships Visuals to support, not to distract Sounds only when absolutely necessary Think about the people in the back of the room when creating slides

50 Action Setting

51 Resources Used (require students do this) powerpoint?src=related_normal&rel=9179http://www.slideshare.net/thecroaker/death-by- powerpoint?src=related_normal&rel=9179 presentation/http://www.slideshare.net/satyajeet_02/how-to-make-effective- presentation/ htmlhttp://www.michaelhyatt.com/workingsmart/2005/06/five_rules_for_. html _powerp.htmhttp://kinesiology.boisestate.edu/kines442/tips_for_making_effective _powerp.htm


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