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10 reasons why Classroom Presenter is better than PowerPoint Richard Anderson Department of Computer Science and Engineering University of Washington Distributed, Tablet PC Application Initial development, 2001-2002 at MSR as a component of ConferenceXP Continuing development at UW

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10 reasons why classroom presenter is better than powerpoint

10 reasons why Classroom Presenter is better than PowerPoint

Richard Anderson

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

University of Washington

classroom presenter
Distributed, Tablet PC Application

Initial development, 2001-2002 at MSR as a component of ConferenceXP

Continuing development at UW

Key scenarios

Classroom Presentation

Distance Learning

Classroom Interaction

Versions

CP 2.0: 9/2003

CP 3.0: 1/2007

Classroom Presenter

Instructor Note

classroom ink based presentation
Classroom, ink based presentation
  • Combine writing with prepared slides
  • Support the flexibility of spontaneous explanation
  • Target interactive presentations
  • Needs of the classroom are different from other forms of presentation
classroom presenter vs powerpoint
Classroom Presenter vs. PowerPoint
  • Although PowerPoint does include facilities for delivering a lecture from a Tablet PC, this has not been addressed as a core scenario
  • Many instructors feel (quite strongly) that CP offers significant add advantages
  • What are they . . .
10 default inking
10. Default inking
  • Writing on slides is enabled by default – there is no mode switch necessary to start writing
9 multideck model
9. Multideck model
  • The filmstrip supports multiple slide decks.
  • For presentation, the most common use is to be able to move between a collection of whiteboards, and the prepared slides
8 full screen erase
8. Full screen erase
  • A single button removes all ink.
  • Much easier and faster than erasing individual strokes
  • Erasing is a tremendous challenge when using ink in presentation
    • Errors in erasing are common
    • Scratching out is a common alternative
    • Open area of research to improve ink erase functionality while presenting
7 distributed presentation
7. Distributed Presentation
  • Presenter is designed as a distributed application, so a synchronized copy can run on a second machine
  • This allows a second machine to drive the projector, so that the instructor can use an untethered tablet
6 extra writing space
6. Extra writing space
  • Two mechanisms are provided for writing space
  • Shrinking a slide to give a border area for drawing
  • An extensible whiteboard deck
5 lecture export to html
5. Lecture export to HTML
  • A single click exports the slides with writing to html allowing slides with ink to be posted to the web
  • There is room for improvement – but this simple way to summarize lectures in considerable valuable by students and instructors
4 slide previews
4. Slide previews
  • Slides in the filmstrip can be previewed before they are shown by using the stylus
  • A large number of slides can be present on the film strip and it is still possible to look at slides before they are displayed
film strip navigation
Film strip navigation
  • Tapping on a slide on the film strip advances to that slide
  • This facilitates non-linear access of slides and moving back and forth
2 instructor notes
2. Instructor Notes
  • Content can be marked instructor only, so it is only visible to the instructor, and not displayed to the students
  • This allows notes to be embedded on the slides
  • Some instructors make very significant use of this
1 simple pen based ui
1. Simple pen based UI
  • A small number of buttons are available in the instructor view for changing pen options and navigation
  • Designed for pen use – e.g., extra large buttons
  • Presentation UI necessary for efficient pen based operation
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Simple pen based UI

Instructor Notes

Film strip navigation

Slide previews

Lecture export to HTML

Extra writing space

Distributed Presentation

Full screen erase

Multideck model

Default Inking

10 reasons why Classroom Presenter is better than PowerPoint
why powerpoint is better then presenter
Why PowerPoint is better then Presenter
  • Out of fairness, there are significant advantages of PPT over CP
    • Animations
    • Incorporation of Multimedia – video and sound
  • For formal presentations, PPT may be more appropriate
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