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PowerPoint is OK
Skills: Making uniformly formatted presentations with
simple, graphical slides, slides which ask questions and
writing scripts for narrated videos and for transcripts
Concepts: Bad PowerPoint presentations are boring,
but good ones are effective, good slides raise questions
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Where does this topic fit?
• Internet concepts
– Applications
– Technology
– Implications for
• Internet skills
– Application development
– Content creation
– User skills
Keep it simple
Don’t do this
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One image
One fact
One idea
Words as image
A graphical bullet list
Can you identify these characters?
Jughead and Archie
Yosemite Sam
Dick Tracy
Wonder Woman
Donald Duck
Little Lulu
The Flash
Plastic Man
Old content in a new medium
What point is this slide making?
The notes as a script
Narrated videos
Self-study questions
Watch a Steve Jobs presentation on YouTube and pick what you consider to
be the best slide in the talk. Explain why you like it.
Create a multiple-choice question slide on a topic you know a lot about.
You are to give a talk on what you like about CSUDH. Prepare a slide with a
script telling the audience the one thing you like best.
You are to give a talk on what you like about CSUDH. Pick two things you
like and prepare an illustrated bullet point slide with a script.
We have stressed simple images, but complex images may also be useful.
Consider Menards map of Napoleon's march:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Joseph_Minard. Where would you
use that image? Would it be an appropriate slide in a PowerPoint
We asked a simple research question at the end of the presentation –
should bullet points be shown on a single slide or exposed serially? What
do you think would be best for comprehension and retention of the
Highlights and tips from Steve Jobs’ presentations:
For more Steve Jobs presentations, Google:
“youtube steve jobs presentations”

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