Tag Archive: PPT

Aug 25

Tech Tuesday: To Bullet or NOT to Bullet

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Here at the FLC, we have often written about the perils of cluttered PowerPoint presentations, and over-bulleted slides with lists and lists often seen in presentations or eLearning materials. Yet, numbered lists and bulleted lists can be powerful tools when used in thoughtful ways. Christopher Pappas provides a nice list of 7 Tips for Using Bullets in …

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Aug 15

Fried Friday: Life After Death by PowerPoint

As we get ready for the new semester, it’s time to insert a little humor and perspective into the week. We hope you enjoy this ‘oldie’ but realize that his message is just as relevant today as when this first came out.   Nicole and I look forward to seeing you at Convocation next week. …

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Jun 24

Enlighten Us, But Make It Quick– IGNITE

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What happens when over 36 Instructional Designers from around the university system gather in one location? It’s a creativity fest where all participants walk away with new friends and new ideas. Thank you Dave Dannenberg and the UAA group for hosting this event this year. One of my favorite take-aways from the conference was shared …

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Feb 25

Unlocking the Power of PowerPoint

Most of us have used PowerPoint (PPT) to create presentations, but did you know that the newer versions of PPT have built into them some powerful tools for creating graphics and templates and make your eLearning or your presentations really look and function nicely. Here are a few tutorials from our friends at Rapid eLearning. …

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