As I work on my presentations for NECC, I'm just not quite there yet, so I want to share some great presentations that are inspiring me.
Teemu Arina – Read his reflections on creating the new presentation and see the presentation. (Adobe Acrobat format)
Of course Teemu got some advice from Garr Reynolds over at Presentation Zen where I'll be spending some time as well. I particularly like the following posts from Garr:
- From Design to Meaning: A Whole New Way of Presenting
- Read about the rule of thirds and images in this post
- I also like – why do we need our logo on every slide? Amusing use of video. This post should also be listed as a good way to blog and demonstrate examples.
- All of his presentation tips are here if you need them — the PowerPoint tips are a must read.
Off to slideshare to look at some favorites.
Judy O'Connell's Creative Web 2.0 learning is great (shown below) — it discusses the layout of libraries at the end. Some of the slides are a bit wordy but many of them are knockout incredible!
I just like the one that the Jaiku folks did. I like the way at the beginning that they pulled out the text that they wanted to share — really cool.
Of course, you've got to look at Shift Happens again, it is just so good.
And remember, to upload those slides to slideshare.net and tag them NECC2007 so that they'll get “picked up” and read. You might generate interest in your presentation, but then again, If you type EVERYTHING on the slide, (a big no no to the slide readers out there) you might give away your presentation.
What is your favorite Presentation 2.0 slide?
When I get it figured out, I'll share it with you!
tag: jaiku, presentation2, web2.0, presentation2.0, presentation 2.0, slideshare, Judy O'Connell, library, Garr Reynolds, Presentation Zen, Teemu Arina
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Have you seen the Dick Hardt presentation? Awesome.
This is a great set of resources, Vicki. I’ve been trying to compile tutorials and examples to help my graduate students better understand the idea of presentations 2.0 for the past couple of semesters. I see that you have several more current ones than I do.
I have been pondering my Poster presentation as well and these resources are terrific. Oddly enough, teachers in schools don’t know about this new approach and may require students to use numerous bullets and pack each slide like an old attic! In fact, if a student tried this approach, I wonder how they would be graded? Thanks again!
Thanks for the links – being and Aussie I appreciated the discussion about our Tourism adds. I liked the ideas and presnetations provided.
I’ve been presenting in this style for over two years now – after reading Andy Goodman’s work and his recent book “When bad presentations happen to good causes.”
For presentation 2.0, I’ve been using the visual powerpoint in combination with a wiki and del.icio.us links.
Here’s a few of my recent presentations2.0:
I’ve also written a fair amount on this topic.
Thank you for sharing great presentations found on SlideShare. What about SlideBoom (created by iSpring Solutions Inc.)? Lot’s of presentations there!
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