Last Thursday I shared the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies’ (C4LPT) 2015 list of the top 100 tools for learning.
If you want your voice heard for 2016’s top 100 list, there are several ways to do it: 1) you can vote here, 2) you can email your choices to C4LPT’s Jane Hart at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 3) you can write a blog post about your top 10 choices.
By way of this blog post, I’m casting my votes for the 2016 list. Following are my top 10 choices (in no particular order): Continue reading
There may be a variety of effective alternatives to PowerPoint, but the fact remains: PowerPoint is the most commonly used presentation tool in use today.
If you’re looking for some new ideas and PowerPoint inspiration to make your next slide deck more engaging, here are five examples that offer plenty of elements (vivid imagery, limited/no bullet points, nice font pairings, good content, limited word count) to borrow and transfer over to your visual aids: Continue reading
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, I thought it might be fun to think about five ways that presenters can “share the love” with their audiences. I created a brief visual journey to walk you through several specific ways to add a little zest to your next presentation.
What’s missing? Do you have other ways to share the love with your learners or your audience? I’d love to hear them in the comments section!
Know someone else who might appreciate these strategies? Why not share the love with them and pass this post along?