I'm teaching in large classrooms where the blackboard isn't visible from the back rows. I'd like to draw and write on slides while they are being projected. Saving the annotated slides for later distribution would be nice. I'm using a macbook and am thinking about buying a Wacom tablet. What hardware/software/technique combination works for this? [more inside]
I am getting ready to present a proposal with my eight people team to executives. Anyone has any good tips delivering a presentation with a large group? Transitions, timing etc.?
Please help me set up something like a shared shoebox for keeping useful PowerPoints slides, ideas for visual representations, graphics, etc. [more inside]
I gave a presentation which was recorded (in digital and video formats), but my (powerpoint) slides were not in the frame. How do I best make the full presentation experience available in internet streaming form? [more inside]
I just read Slideology which has really helped me improve my presentations, but I need some help in creating rich illustrations on my own. [more inside]
Lesson Planning with Powerpoint [more inside]
Can anyone point me to the study in which the main takeaway was, "Don't just read the text off of your powerpoint slides because it hurts audience comprehension"? [more inside]
What is the most elegant solution (.ppt, .key, other) for shrinking my presentations to less than 5 mb on a mac? [more inside]
What are the optimal output settings when generating images for use in PowerPoint? [more inside]
How can I convert an existing set of powerpoint slides into something better-looking? [more inside]
A slightly different PowerPoint/ presentation filter: What are your tips, tricks, tools and resources for making kick-ass presentations? [more inside]
Is there a way to work with layers in Powerpoint, similar to Photoshop? [more inside]
A generic Kleenex is a "tissue," a generic Q-Tip is a "cotton swab." What is a generic PowerPoint presentation called? [more inside]
Help me give good slide? [more inside]
Other than Excel, Freehand, and Illustrator, are there any really snazzy looking, easy to use charting apps for XP?
I need to create some charts (as in bar-, pie-, etc.) for a presentation. I have used Excel (easy but boring), Illustrator and Freehand (slightly more complicated and exciting) for this in the past, but want to expand my repertoire. Are there any really snazzy looking, easy to use charting apps for XP? [more inside]