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  1. Creating Online Narrated Presentations California Technology Assistance Project Region 6 Burt Lo

  2. Objectives • Promising practices of PowerPoint presentations • Review programs and plug-ins for narrating presentations and publishing to the web • Group participation-Create narrated PowerPoint presentations

  3. Perceptions of Presentations • Presentations with lots of animations, graphics, transitions, etc look better and are better teaching tools presented by more organized teachers • Presentations assist students in taking notes and study for tests

  4. Promising Practices of Presentations • Expanded presentations produce lower quiz scores than basic presentations and transparencies • Related pictures are neither beneficial nor harmful to learning unless students are not familiar with topic • Unrelated pictures have a negative impact on learning

  5. Moving Forward with Presentations • Enhancing presentations with pictures takes an average of 50% more time than creating a basic presentation • Use text-only slides complimented with multimedia filler slides • Assist students with skeletal notes before a lesson and detailed notes before the test

  6. Presentation Tidbits • Front-load presentations: students recall 70% from the first 10 minutes, but only 20% from the last 10 minutes • Most people prefer the Verdana font in presentations • Use dark text with light backgrounds

  7. Avoiding Annoying Elements • 60% The speaker read the slides • 51% Text was too small to read • 49% Slide contained full sentences • 37% Color choice made it difficult to read • 24% Moving / flying text or graphics • These items increase in importance during online presentations

  8. Why Publish? • Provide a resource for people who cannot attend live • Just in time learning • Create eLearning courses • Provide a wider audience for your presentations

  9. Differences between live and online • Typewriter vs. Word Processing • Good presentation design • Reading is for bed time stories • Script every page • Not everything is a nail

  10. Performance Differences (Live vs. Web) • Can’t check for understanding • Can’t slow down / skip / stop for questions, feedback, or interaction • Visual clues from live presentations are missing • Desire to navigate and drill down to information

  11. The Art of Online Presentations • Make user-friendly • Navigation buttons / bread crumb navigation • Personality doesn’t transfer • Rehearsing with narration

  12. Advantages Free Can be done on both a Mac and PC Everyone canview the finished product on the Internet Disadvantages Complex process Very large file or numerous linked files Results of user interactivity not accessible Animations lost PowerPoint Narration

  13. To Create PowerPoint Microphone To View Internet Browser, PowerPoint, or PowerPoint Viewer Equipment Required

  14. Adding Narration Slideshow, Record Narration, Record Save timings and narration Publishing File, Save As Web Page Transfer to a web server or CD-ROM Process

  15. Advantages Free download Windows Media Player plug-in Easier to add sound and video Add video tracks Configurable display Disadvantages MovieMaker approach to recording and narration Windows OS only Microsoft Producer

  16. To Create PowerPoint Microphone DV video camera To View Internet Browser Windows Media Player Equipment Required

  17. Adding Narration Drag slides to clip tray Record sound onto clip Syncing Narration Sync PowerPoint to narration Publishing File, Publish Transfer to a web server or CD-ROM Example Process

  18. Advantages Available for Mac and PC Most transitions and animations Small file size No viewer plug-ins needed Disadvantages Two products: Impatica for PowerPoint (Cost: $495-$995) and Impatica OnCue Narration recorded in PowerPoint Impatica

  19. To Create PowerPoint Microphone To View Java-enabled Internet Browser Java-enabled device Equipment Required

  20. Adding Narration Slideshow, Record Narration, Record Save timings and narration Publishing Drag PowerPoint to Impatica icon “Impaticize” Transfer to a web server or CD-ROM Example Process

  21. Advantages Flash Convenient recording and syncing process Add interactive quizzes User interactivity records in SCORM and AICC systems Disadvantages Cost: $500-$1000 Windows OS only Transitions lost Articulate

  22. To Create PowerPoint Microphone To View Internet Browser Flash Player Equipment Required

  23. Adding Narration Articulate, Record Narration Articulate, Edit Timings Publishing Articulate, Publish Transfer to a web server or CD-ROM Example Process

  24. Wrap-up • Questions • Audience Participation: Producer or Articulate

  25. Online Resources • Adding narration to PowerPoint • http://www.presentersonline.com/tutorials/powerpoint/narration.shtml • Microsoft Producer • http://www.microsoft.com/office/powerpoint/producer/prodinfo/default.mspx • Impatica • http://www.impatica.com • Articulate • http://www.articulate.com

  26. Contact Information • Patrick Douglas Crispen • “Now That I Know PowerPoint, How Can I Use It To Teach?” • www.netsquirrel.com • Burt Lo • CTAP 6 • (209)525-6970 blo@ctap6.k12.ca.us • http://ctap6.k12.ca.us