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narrate your powerpoint slides using profcast

I experimented with Profcast some years ago and really liked it’s easy to use interface. Just came across a YouTube video explaining how to narrate your powerpoint slides and then export it as  a QuickTime movie. Plus you can provide … Continue reading

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seth godin: powerpoint is for ideas

I am a PowerPoint nay-sayer. Blame it on the hours fighting off sleep in a darkened room while someone who’s supposed to be telling me something really important lulls me into a brainless trance with a gazillion, packed, PowerPoint slides. … Continue reading

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Articulate Presenter and Articulate Online

Robin Goode has reviewed the power point to flash converter tool called Articulate Presenter, as well as Articulate Online, a separate tool that allows you to publish content made with Articulate Presenter as well as manage users (track progress, etc). … Continue reading

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Robin Good’s list of Powerpoint to Flash converters

Again letting someone else do the describing and listing: http://www.masternewmedia.org/2004/04/14/powerpoint_to_flash_conversion_tools.htm There are a lot to choose from, whether for 50 $US or for 500 $US, with varying features of course. The features I was looking for were simple conversion of … Continue reading

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Do your PowerPoint right

Design tips on how to create effective powerpoint slides. Note that the examples pictured do not include a single bullet list. 😉 via digg

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First Aid for Powerpoint-itis

A quick guide in pdf format, based on Mayer’s Multimedia Learning principles… don’t put your audience to sleep

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