Powerpointless

I thank my colleague, Helen Asquith, for cheering me up with this link this afternoon. You might enjoy a bit of Friday afternoon fun too.

Here are Rebecca Schuman’s thoughts on the use of Powerpoint in higher education.

We all know I’m guilty of these crimes. Are you?

 

Posted on March 14, 2014, in News, Researcher careers and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. John Sunderland

    Guilty as charged – too many pointless words and I have read them out loud verbatim – in future I’ll just do a slide show – show slides of my work without the words or very few, like using a projector and transparencies, back to fundamentals, then there is a chance something fresh will come out of my brain, or I’ll completely forget what I’m trying to say,But hey where’s the fun without a bit of risk? None of us are infallible and getting through making a mistake well is the way to overcome it. Thanks for the link Dave

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  2. Fantastic! This made me laugh…and go away and change the PowerPoint I was working on!

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