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    Erin Williams wrote a tagged post :

    Visual Makeover

    This week had me thinking about the slideshows I have used this school year and if I had incorporated any of the “What is Good Presentation Design?” techniques and the answer would be “not really”.  I pondered on which slideshows actually re
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    Zenification of a Presentation

    In September of this year I was invited to present at the AppsEvents European Summit regarding Google Sites. In fact, I had two presentations: The Basics of Google Sites which I presented with my colleague Jags Myanger and Advanced Google Sites w
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    Presentations From Learning2

    Hello all! I was lucky enough to meet a few of you at the Learning2 conference this past week(end) in Ho Chi Minh City. I hope those of you who were not able to attend were able to follow along on social media. During the conference I saw that the Le
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    Planning Presentations with Presentation Zen Principles

    [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="445"] William Iven www.firmbee.com/freebies/all ᔥ Unsplash[/caption] I sometimes cringe when I hear the word "presentation" as it seems to be synonymous, even amongst young students, with a very typical
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    And So It Goes...

    Photo Credit: flickr photo shared by planeta under a Creative Commons (BY-SA) license GenZed Sayz – TEDTalks the RVIS Way And so I write my first blog post for the final course. And let me tell you…it is TOUGH! It’s hard to get motivated
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    A Visual Symphony!

    The final projects coming out of Course 3 are phenomenal! It is clearly evident that Course 3 has had a positive impact on your ability to rethink the nature of design in our lives and the effect it has on our communications. There is evidence of
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    Course 3: Final Project

    Presentation Reflection During week 3 my post "Presentation Makeover" got a lot of traffic when I showed how I was thinking of revamping one of my "presentations" for class.  There were a lot of comments back and forth about the topic and finally
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    Course 3 Final Project - Revised Presentation

    For my Course 3 final project, I decided to act upon my week 3 blog post regarding the changes I would like to make to a presentation.  Since I typically use either Google Slides or PowerPoint for my presentations in class, I wanted to stick to one
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    Another Makeover: Presentation Edition

    Presentation and presentation design is always something that I have grappled with as a teacher.  I have always thought that there was a difference between presentations and lectures, and that the presentations that I am making within the context of
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    Megan Highfill wrote a tagged post :

    Presentations: A New Day, A New Attitude

    The week before a theatrical production is often called "hell week." Late rehearsals, endless rethinking, and last minute changes, eat pretty much all extra time. I've learned in my years in the theatre to make sure that I am completely free from all
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    Comparing CRAP in Presentations and Writing

    I have to admit that I have only ever created one PowerPoint, and it was with Tim Sheu for the final Course 2 Project.  In thinking about this week’s assignment, I looked back on our PowerPoint and recognized things I would change; however, it too