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									                                                 East Shikoku JALT
                                      Kochi University of Technology
                                                    October 22, 2006




The uses of .ppt:
  slide to hell
                           Lawrie Hunter
         Kochi University of Technology
           http://www.core.kochi-tech.ac.jp/hunter/
       lawrie_hunter /at/ kochi-tech /dot/ ac /dot/ jp
This powerpoint
is made to be downloaded
and read later.
This powerpoint
is made to be downloaded
and read later.

For this reason it is wordy
and there are too many slides.
This powerpoint
is made to be downloaded
and read later.

For this reason it is wordy
and there are too many slides.

Rule: break rules for a reason...
     The black slide,
for when you want to go
       audio-only.
USES of ppt:
presentation vs. teaching
USES of ppt: presentation
USES of ppt: presentation

ppt BAD: powerpoint is linear
USES of ppt: presentation

ppt BAD: powerpoint is linear
Workaround: make several small ppts
USES of ppt: presentation

ppt BAD: powerpoint is linear
Workaround: make several small ppts
Workaround: use other media too
USES of ppt: presentation

ppt BAD: powerpoint is linear
Workaround: make several small ppts
Workaround: use other media too
Workaround: use 'timed' with media
USES of ppt: presentation

ppt BAD: powerpoint is linear
Workaround: make several small ppts
Workaround: use other media too
Workaround: use 'timed' with media
Workaround: powerpoint as a CC* readable




   *CC = creative commons (do!)
USES of ppt: presentation

ppt BAD: powerpoint is linear
Workaround: make several small ppts
Workaround: use other media too
Workaround: use 'timed' with media
Workaround: powerpoint as a CC readable
Workaround: powerpoint as flash
    => http://slideshare.net/
USES of ppt: teaching

ppt BAD: powerpoint is frozen
USES of ppt: teaching

ppt BAD: powerpoint is frozen


      whiteboard is better,
    more elements can be left
      in view for reference
USES of ppt: teaching

ppt BAD: powerpoint is frozen
Workaround: use several ppts at once
USES of ppt: teaching

ppt BAD: powerpoint is frozen
Workaround: use several ppts at once
    -let students change slides afterwards
USES of ppt: teaching

ppt BAD: powerpoint is frozen
Workaround: use several ppts at once
Workaround: use Word
.doc is on-the-spot authorable, and
with macros (red, page break) and page design
can be close to ppt for image quality.
USES of ppt: teaching

Native speaker vs non-native
USES of ppt: teaching

Non-native speakers:
embed sound/video clips
USES of ppt: teaching

GOOD: you can re-use
your powerpoint next year.
USES of ppt: teaching

BAD: you can re-use
your powerpoint next year:
you will teach whatever is in
the powerpoint, and your new
ideas will not be used.
USES of ppt: teaching     reserved
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Non-native speakers:      reserved
embed sound/video clips   reserved
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-generic slide design:    reserved
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leave an empty space      reserved
for inserts.              reserved
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References
Edward Tufte: Cognitive Style of Powerpoint
http://www.amazon.co.jp/gp/product/0961392169/ref=sr_11_1/250-0965269-
1113863?ie=UTF8
Edward Tufte: PowerPoint Does Rocket
http://www.edwardtufte.com/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=0001yB&topic_id=1
Hans Rosling presents Gapminder
http://tedblog.typepad.com/tedblog/2006/06/hans_rosling_on.html
DataViz gallery http://www.math.yorku.ca/SCS/Gallery/
Slideshare: http://slideshare.net/
Hunter's del.icio.us links on powerpoint http://del.icio.us/rolenzo/powerpoint
Presentation zen http://www.presentationzen.com/
Guy Kawasaki's 102030 rule
          http://blog.guykawasaki.com/2005/12/the_102030_rule.html
MSN: Need: How PowerPoint Adversely Mediates Thought and Possible Remedies
http://www.researchchannel.org/prog/displayevent.aspx?rID=4921
Abstact dynamics on ppt http://abstractdynamics.org/2005/11/powerpoint.php
Don Norman interview on ppt http://www.sociablemedia.com/articles_norman.htm

								
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