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A Few Tips on Building Slides | Jason Rodriguez | Writer, sometimes designer, web + email advocate.
Finally, try to be diverse and inclusive in your use of imagery. If you’re using images of people in your presentation, use images that represent a mix of genders, races, ages, and cultures.
design  presentation  Reference 
april 2018 by oripsolob
Where I’m From and Where I’m Going: Highlights from NCSS - The Alternate Route
“Don’t Be a Sheep: Media in the Age of Ferguson,” was an intriguing title for a session and proved to be well worth it. Teacher Spiro Bolos of New Trier High School in Winnetka, IL recounted his experience photographing events happening in and around Ferguson, Missouri after a grand jury announced it would not indict the officer who shot Michael Brown in 2014. Spiros developed a lesson to look at this event through the lens of digital media in order to help our students ask critical questions when reading images and other digital media.
NCSS  ferguson  presentation  Media  literacy 
december 2017 by oripsolob
NCHE Conference Proposal
San Antonio

Proposals due October 16, 2017
history  conference  presentation  2018 
april 2017 by oripsolob
An easy way to share and discuss slideshows. Upload PDFs.
web  sharing  presentation 
september 2012 by oripsolob
Michelle Alexander @ Northwestern University
Michelle Alexander
Lecture: "The New Jim Crow"
February 1, 2012
inequalities  AIS  race  presentation 
february 2012 by oripsolob
HelloSlide - Bring your slides to life
Type your text and a robot narrates the slides.
text  audio  presentation 
february 2012 by oripsolob
The Current Controversy Over PowerPoint
A response to Edward Tufte. Yet A LOT of bullet points.
powerpoint  presentation  visual  literacy 
october 2011 by oripsolob
Copyright and Fair Use In Education
by Steven Anderson of Classroom 2.0. A good example of what NOT to present.
copyright  presentation 
september 2010 by oripsolob
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