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Links 1 through 6 of 6 by Mark Wagner tagged presentations

Educators on twitter are all going gaga for Prezi, the online "zooming editor for stunning presentations." I haven't been able to dig into it, but it seems to be something like hyperstudio in it's non-linearity, and the zooming business seems really new.

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131 slides by Garr reynolds about how to create good presentations (based on good neuro science)... and amazingly the slides don't get old! Teachers and professional developers, check this out.

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I've known about this for a long time, but finally explored it. I think I'll be using this service to spruce up my future presentation slides - and blog posts.

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Jennifer Jones continues to write things that catch my eye. Here she offers up the idea of authentic presenting. I suspect it's a concept I'll come back to...

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Jen at injenuity used a social network for a presentation. I don't totally understand the concept, but I wanted to bookmark the sample.

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When you absolutely have to present... how do you make it good and academically sound? No answers here.. just wanted to point to the discussion

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