I’ve been running a lot of (Moodle) training recently, and putting a lot of effort into planning. I’ve tried to make the training relevant and interesting for the different audiences, to include opportunities for feedback. I’ve built in practical hands-on sections, and the opportunity to ask questions, even though the
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A presentation using appropriate images can really make a statement for maximum impact (see Presentations that make a statement). Preparing such a presentation – finding just the right images – can, however, take longer than just collecting a few bullet points in black on a white background or a standard
I went to a seminar the other day where the speaker had a great presentation full not of bullet points in black on white but of interesting images. He’d taken a real leap into being more innovative with presentations – going well beyond “death by powerpoint” and bullet points. Less
I’ve discovered a new blog from Wayne Hodgins He discusses an excellent online learning resource about tying knots (think sailing!) and describes Pecha Kucha, the fast and furious new presentation format from Japan now sweeping America (of which more anon).