Power Point

 

Microsoft PowerPoint is a presentation program sold as part of the Microsoft Office suite.

PowerPoint presentations contain a number of individual pages or ‘slides’. Slides may contain text, graphics, sound, or movies. PowerPoint encourages the use of a consistent style in a presentation by the use of style templates.

The presentation can be displayed live on a computer, with navigation from slide to slide by the presenter, or projected using a video projector and played as slideshow. PowerPoint presentations can also be printed.

Training:

CIT provides one-on-one training, group workshops, and training designed to meet specific needs of different departments to help faculty and staff integrate technology into their teaching and working environments. For training on PowerPoint, contact CIT at 572-8130 or cit@westfield.ma.edu.

 

Resources:

PowerPoint Viewer:   http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint-help/view-a-presentation-without-powerpoint-2010-HA102000544.aspx                                                                                   

Tutorials:

Electricteacher.com PowerPoint tutorials

Active Learning with PowerPoint

Additional Resources:

PowerPoint Inspiration:The Brand Gap

Presentation Zen: Garr Reynolds

 

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