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    PowerPoint is probably the most popular digital aid tool for presentations all over the world. It was created by the giant software developer Microsoft and presented to the world for the very first time in 2000 according to Microsoft’s web page. In the article PowerPoint: Killer App? the author, Ruth Marcus, criticizes this application, explaining the effects it is having on the way people make and understand presentations today. Moreover, she does not stay there with her critiques, and goes further

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    What can a powerpoint presentation do to a student or a businessman? Powerpoint, a presentation application from the software giant Microsoft is useful to people from different professions. People like businessmen, professionals and students can use this application to display the intended message to others. A high quality powerpoint is the key to a successful presentation. This is why, people should make sure that they have right powerpoint template. Sometimes, a default powerpoint template would

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    Living in the Information Age New hires are supposed to be welcomed to their fresh jobs. In consideration of this fact, a proposal was made to the management to facilitate the adoption of new employees to their jobs. This is done by training them on the basics skills required in marketing. Marketing executives are concerned with product promotion, service promotion, or promoting of an idea. It is notable that this role requires planning, public relations, advertising, product promotion, distribution

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    PACE II Portfolio

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    with an overview of computer concepts, followed by an introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2007. Topics including printing existing presentations, creating new presentations with text, clip art, and sound, and building and modifying charts and tables. 5. The content being taught in the unit is directly correlated to the Standards identified for Presentation Software Applications. Students will learn the components of PowerPoint 2007 and be able to apply their knowledge to t... ... middle of paper

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    Technology in the Classroom

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    taking the first step toward technology education in the social studies.” The Social Studies v. 91 no.3. (May/June 2000): 121-5 5.Scott, Thomas J. and O’Sullivan, Michael K. (May/June 2000) 6.Dinan, Susan E. “Technology in the classroom: Microsoft PowerPoint slide shows.” The Sixteenth Century Journal v. 31 no. 2. (Summer 2000): 453-5 7.Dwyer, Victor. “Surfing back to school.” Maclean’s v. 109. (Aug. 26, 1996): 40-6 8. Dwyer, Victor. (Aug. 26, 1996) *All of these sources were located at

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    Powerpoint Versus Pecha Kucha

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    PowerPoint and Pecha Kucha are both tools for slideshow-based presentation, but they present information in drastically different ways. The key difference between their formats is in the timing of the resulting slideshow. This time difference gives each program its benefits and disadvantages. PowerPoint is a Microsoft program used for presentations. The presentations consist of a number of slides, which are individual pages, generally shown in landscape orientation. Text, pictures, videos or

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    numbers sing. The text hopes to help readers create a PowerPoint presentation that is informative as much as it is persuasive. The object is to coach someone into persuading even the hardest audiences with a presentation. Jerry Weissman is known as the world’s best corporate presentations coach. Weissman is the founder of Power Presentations, Ltd., and he works with clients such as Yahoo!, Intel, Cisco Systems, Dolby Laboratories, and Microsoft on their presentation skills. Presenting to Win focuses

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    Three time bestselling author, Dave Ramsey, has had a lot of practice giving speeches. He has a secret and he is telling anyone that listens. Dave Ramsey has a passion for debt free living and he travels from coast to coast spreading the word. Dave has a huge following and those followers pay a small amount of money to spend the week-end listening to Dave speak about life changing steps you can take to be debt free. At first, the idea of listening to someone speak about money, credit cards, retirement

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    Dream Team: The Effectiveness of Teamwork

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    individual of us have the right skill to fit in the right role, for example, more confident group members will present and face the audience while members who are better in typing and writing concentrate more in the research and the making of the powerpoint. In the next team work, I think I should archive the team quality management which said in the literature. It will make my future group be stronger and more effective. Reference: Michael A. West, Effective teamwork [electronic resource] : practical

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