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PowerPoint & “The Talk”

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PowerPoint & “The Talk”

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  1. PowerPoint & “The Talk” Issues & Decisions Dr. Peter J. Fadde, Instructional Design

  2. Typical Uses of PowerPoint • Performance Support [live presentation] • Performance Replacement [kiosk loop] • Document Replacement [posted to web without a presentation] Dr. Peter J. Fadde, Instructional Design

  3. When You Know It’s Reuse • Capture Mode = before initial use (Tape Live --> Edit) • Repurpose Mode = after initial use (Live --> Stand-alone) • Create Mode = Not a performance (Produce with distribution in mind) Dr. Peter J. Fadde, Instructional Design

  4. Tradeoffs • Control and Naturalness • Length and Amount of Editing • Production Quality and File Size • Equipment and Production Possibilities Dr. Peter J. Fadde, Instructional Design

  5. Key Tradeoffs: Capture Mode • Naturalness is High [think C-Span] • Control of Situation is Low • “Live” Quality Raises Stakes • Length Impacts Amount of Editing Needed and Production Quality Possible • Equipment Impacts Ease of Production Dr. Peter J. Fadde, Instructional Design

  6. Key Tradeoffs: Repurpose Mode • Control is High [think multiple takes] • Naturalness Not Possible in Audio • Length Impacts Amount of Editing Needed and Production Quality Possible • Ultimate File Size Requirements Impact Production Quality Possible Dr. Peter J. Fadde, Instructional Design

  7. Key Tradeoffs: Create Mode • Control is High • Dramatization Rather Than Naturalness is Possible • Abstraction and Artsy Effects are Possible • Ultimate File Size Requirements Impact Production Quality Possible Dr. Peter J. Fadde, Instructional Design

  8. Example: ABCA Talk • Setting = 45-minute talk in 3,000 person auditorium supported by PPT and video projected to room-sized screen • Capture = Manned camera on riser, plus tech to switch signal between computer and DVD Dr. Peter J. Fadde, Instructional Design

  9. Non-attendees Asked for Copy • Have • Videotaped version of talk • PowerPoint file • Video example • Should I make • A Movie? • A flash video of PowerPoint with audio and/or video added? Dr. Peter J. Fadde, Instructional Design

  10. Decisions • Reduce length from 45 to 20 minutes • Control product security (flash video) • Control ultimate file size to reach the most people • Lose “explaining voice” and “spontaneous stories” Dr. Peter J. Fadde, Instructional Design

  11. Conclusions • Decision pivots • Make available to largest audience • Prioritize content over entertainment • Prioritize security of product Dr. Peter J. Fadde, Instructional Design