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  1. What do you know about PowerPoint? PowerPoint gets Interactive Interactivity in PowerPoint

  2. Index This PowerPoint Slide has three main sections Section 1 – Interactive Tips Section 2 – Whiz Quiz Section 3 - Cheat Sheet

  3. Testing your presentation • Testing your interactive multimedia presentation is one of the most important steps. Here are a few rules to help you avoid making mistakes • Only make one draft copy. Call it the live version • Ask a friend to review the live version • Make the changes only to the live version

  4. Packaging your presentation • PowerPoint can assist you to package your presentation by putting all the required files into one file, so you to you can copy the file to a CD • Open the presentation that you want to package • On the Microsoft Office Button, point to the arrow next to Publish, and then click Package for CD. • In the Package for CD dialog box, in the Name the CD box, type a name for the CD or the folder that you want to copy your presentation to. • Select Copy to CD and click OK • Your presentation should start burning onto a blank CD

  5. PowerPoint Whiz Quiz - 3 What do you know about Interactive Multimedia PowerPoint? Click the star next to the correct answer

  6. Which medium specialises in interactivity? • Cinema • Radio • Internet • Television

  7. Which medium specialises in interactivity? • Internet

  8. What PowerPoint feature allows for a non-linear presentation? • Action buttons • Transitions • Clip Art • Embedded objects

  9. What PowerPoint feature allows for a non-linear presentation? • Action buttons

  10. Which electronic device offers only linear content? • Nintendo WII • Apple iPod • MultiChoice Personal Video Recorder • Sony Car Radio

  11. Which electronic device offers only linear content? • Sony Car Radio

  12. How could you stop people from clicking through a presentation? • Include Action Buttons in the presentation • Create Hyperlinks • Turn off the “Advance on mouse click ” • All of the above

  13. How could you stop people from clicking through a presentation? • All of the above

  14. What does it mean to have non-linear access to information? • To move step by step through a presentation • To be able to turn electronic pages • To be able to access the internet • To navigate directly to information that the user would like to see

  15. What does it mean to have non-linear access to information? • To navigate directly to information that the user would like to see

  16. What is an interface? • The on screen visualisation of information available • A charming animated character responsible for introducing you to the programme • The file structure within the object • The collection of multimedia resources

  17. What is an interface? • The on screen visualisation of information available

  18. In an interactive world, what is feedback for? • Feedback gives the user an idea whether his/her objective has been achieved • Feedback tells the musician that his microphone is too close to a speaker • Feedback is required at the end of a course so that the lecturer can improve the content • Feedback redistributes excess food to hungry people

  19. In an interactive world, what is feedback for? • Feedback gives the user an idea whether his/her objective has been achieved

  20. What characteristic is NOT typical in an interactive resource? • User control • Immediate Response • Adaptability • No choices

  21. What characteristic is NOT typical in an interactive resource? • No choices

  22. In an interactive world, what does a Kiosk provide? • A kiosk provides unattended access to electronic information • A kiosk provides people with coffee and tea • A kiosk is usually used as a news stand • None of the above

  23. In an interactive world, what does a Kiosk provide? • A kiosk provides unattended access to electronic information

  24. The end Well done PowerPoint whiz – you completed the quiz Cheat Sheet Creating non linear PowerPoint presentations is fun – but it also challenging, and it can take a long tome to create an interface and materials. The best way to master non linear media is to practice, get feedback and correct your mistakes . Don’t try to be an interactive Power Point master in a day. Simply use the following “CHEATS” to produce a great PowerPoint presentation.

  25. Cheat Sheet Now see if you can complete the cheat sheet Cheat Sheet Index • Create a hyperlink • Create an action button • Insert a clickable thumbnail image • Turn off “Advance on mouse click” • Create a navigation bar • Use sound or mouseclicks to generate feedback

  26. Ways to create interactivity - HYPERLINKS Create a Hyperlink to a slide in the same presentation a page or file on the Web a new file Create a Hyperlink to • You can create hyperlinks (or connections) from • one slide to another slide in the same presentation or • a Web page • to a file Back to the cheat sheet

  27. Ways to create interactivity - HYPERLINKS Create a Hyperlink to > a slide in the same presentation a page or file on the Web a new file A slide in the same presentation • Select the text that you want to use as a hyperlink. • On the Insert tab, in the Links group, click Hyperlink. • Click “Place in This Document” • Click the slide that you want to use as the hyperlink destination. • Then click OK. If you click on the hyperlinks alongside, you’ll see an example of hyperlink s to another slide in this presentation. Back to the cheat sheet

  28. Ways to create interactivity - HYPERLINKS Create a Hyperlink to a slide in the same presentation > a page or file on the Web a new file A page or file on the Web • Select the text that you want to use as a hyperlink. • On the Insert tab, in the Links group, click Hyperlink. • Click Existing File or Web Page • Enter the URL of the web site you’d like to link to. • Then click OK. If you click on the GOOGLE hyperlink, you’ll be taken to the Google Web site. Back to the cheat sheet

  29. Ways to create interactivity - HYPERLINKS Create a Hyperlink to a slide in the same presentation a page or file on the Web > a new file A new file • Select the text that you want to use as a hyperlink. • On the Insert tab, in the Links group, click Hyperlink. • Click Create New Document. • In the Name of new document box, type the name of the file that you want to create and link to. • Under When to edit, click whether you want to change the file now or later. Back to the cheat sheet

  30. Ways to create interactivity – ACTION BUTTONS Create an action button Create an Action Button • Click on the Insert tab, select Shapes and choose an action button at the bottom of the section • Drag the crosshair cursor diagonally on the slide and draw the action button • Use the action setting dialogue box to specify where you would like the action button should take the user once clicked. • Click OK once you have completed the box Back to the cheat sheet

  31. Ways to create interactivity THUMBNAILS Insert a clickable thumbnail image Insert a clickable thumbnail image • Click on the Insert tab, select picture and choose the picture you would like to preview in the show • Resize and position the picture using the handles • Use the action setting dialogue box to specify where you would like the action button should take the user once clicked. • Click OK once you have completed the dialogue box Back to the cheat sheet

  32. Ways to create interactivity – NO MOUSE CLICK Turn off “Advance on mouse click” Turn off “Advance on mouse click” • If you’d like users to go to particular places, then turn OFF PowerPoint automatic advance feature • Select all your slides • Click on the animations tab • Disable the “On Mouse Click Check box. (This will stop users from moving the slide show on sequentially, rather than through your navigation system. Back to the cheat sheet

  33. Ways to create interactivity – NAVIGATION BAR Create a navigation bar Create a navigation bar • Home Page • Click the format tab, choose a shape and drag the cross hairs to place the shape. • Duplicate the slide • Click shape effects and select shadow. Give the unselected button an outer shadow and the selected button an inner shadow • Click the insert tab and click the action button and link each button to the appropriate slide. Home About Contact Back to the cheat sheet

  34. Ways to create interactivity – NAVIGATION BAR Create a navigation bar Create a navigation bar • About Page • You’ve already created the three buttons, so simply copy and paste them • On the home tab, click shape effects and select shadow. Give the home button an outer shadow and the about button (on the selected page) an inner shadow • If you have copied and pasted, you will find that each button is already linked to appropriate slide. Home About Contact Back to the cheat sheet

  35. Ways to create interactivity – NAVIGATION BAR Create a navigation bar Create a navigation bar • Contact Page • You’ve already created the three buttons, so simply copy and paste them on the new page • On the About tab, click shape effects and select shadow. Give the contact button (on the selected page) an inner shadow • If you have copied and pasted, you will find that each button is already linked to appropriate slide. Home About Contact Back to the cheat sheet

  36. Ways to create interactivity How to generate feedback > Using Sound Using Mouseclicks • How to generate feedback • Using sound • To add sound as feedback, highlight the object and press action. • Create a hyperlink to the page you’d like to jump to. • Click the “Play sound ” check box and choose a sound effect • Click OK Back to the cheat sheet

  37. Ways to create interactivity How to generate feedback Using Sound > Using Mouseclicks How to generate feedback • Using Mouseclick • To add a mouseclick as feedback, highlight the object and press action. • Create a hyperlink to the page you’d like to jump to. • Click the “Highlight Click” check box • Click OK < Back to the cheat sheet