Beyond the Bullet Point

Below are some links we wanted to share for participants of our Sept. 17 “Beyond the Bullet Point: Designing and Delivering Visually Engaging Presentations with Powerpoint” workshop.  These will hopefully be helpful as well for interested folks who couldn’t make it to the workshop.

A Few Examples of Visually Engaging TED Presentations That Go “Beyond the Bullet Point”:

Two PechaKucha samples:

Blog on presentation design with warnings about PowerPoint abuse and some good-looking slides (plus a shot of a bad one):

The same blogger’s response to requests for “good PowerPoint”:

The blogger’s list of 10 Tips for Creating Slides:

Clear Documentation for Inserting Pictures into PowerPoint:

Video Documentation on How to Change Slide Backgrounds (including how to change background to a selected photo):

Video Documentation on How to Manipulate Photos within PowerPoint (e.g. background and color changes):

Documentation on How to Insert YouTube Videos into PowerPoint:

Basic Microsoft Documentation on Creating a PowerPoint Presentation (for absolute beginners):

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