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Inspiring a Presentation

October 24, 2012 by


Before I get started, I just want to let people know that I’m typing one-handed with my dominant hand in a sling (so non-dominant hand is doing the work…). So please don’t start flaming if there are a couple of typos. I do try to proofread what I’m typing, but something may get through. We […]

D E S I G N your words.

October 8, 2012 by


In the modern world so much information is available at our fingertips with a simple Google search. However, we are becoming more and more accustomed to instant gratification, which means we want our information faster, simpler, now. Thus, the interactive and engaging presentation is becoming a vital tool to teach and share information. But how […]

Two Steps Towards a Killer Presentation

October 4, 2012 by


There are a million different ways to present a project, or research that one has done, but what is the most effective way to do so? Short and sweet: to keep the viewers engaged and interested. If there is only one thing that I get out of Mike’s Age of Exploration class, is how to […]