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Teresa Franklin franklit at ohio.edu
Wed May 20 16:43:17 EDT 2015

Hello Graduates,

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Dr. Franklin

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From: EmergingEdTech <list at emergingedtech.com>
Date: Wed, May 20, 2015 at 6:48 AM
Subject: EmergingEdTech: Putting the Power Back in PowerPoint With More
Images and Less Text
To: Teresa Franklin <franklit at ohio.edu>

  *Putting the Power Back in PowerPoint With More Images and Less Text *

*View as a web page: http://www.aweber.com/t/GUc7V

 A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

The next time you’re putting together a presentation, ask yourself whether
a slide can be replaced with a picture. If you can get your main point
across with a picture instead a chart, bullet point list or block of text,
do so. Pictures are engaging and memorable. Charts and text are boring
and forgettable. *- Levi Smith*

Many of us have heard or read that overloading presentations with text is
poor design. Nobody really wants you to "present" to them by just reading
words off of slides. The best presentations are often high on memorable
visual imagery ...

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