There are several publications that cover a wide variety of skills. Some of these items are available directly from MediaNet, Inc. and others are available from each publisher’s website; or, from wide distribution networks such as Amazon.
This easy-to-read, comprehensive story takes you through the visual side of the presentation process. There’s a section on how to present better and another section on electronic presentations. The images in this book are in color because a major component of this visual strategy involves the correct use of color.
You can create a powerful visual impression, not from using images with special effects, but from images which specially affect your audience in some positive way! The underlying principles of Purpose, Movement and Color are defined and referenced, using full-color examples to explain a strategy for effective presentations! You will learn how to correctly develop a goal for your presentation, how to hold and build the attention span of your audience through the effective use of eye movement, and how to affect the emotions of the audience by using color.
In addition, you’ll learn ways to enhance your presentation delivery style using proper gestures, body movement and other techniques. All in all, you will understand how to create clear, concise and more powerful presentations and recognize ways to deliver those events more effectively.
Purpose, Movement, Color
1994, 1999, 2003 by MediaNet, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Speaking of Tips – Volume 1
2004 by MediaNet, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
A Guide to Better Teaching is a self-help book that provides anyone teaching a college course with a thorough understanding of what it takes to be an effective teacher. Derived from the authors’ extensive research, several interactive assessment tools are included that measure levels of effectiveness according to learner preferences. Each chapter is filled with detailed explanations, relevant stories, and action-driven tables that help them in understanding and applying skills. This book aims to enhance teaching skills by offering critical perspectives, practical suggestions, and techniques for improvement. Whether a new teacher, an adjunct faculty, or a seasoned professor, this comprehensive information can be used to analyze effectiveness or the effectiveness of others. The suggestions and the assessment tools are applicable to the entire spectrum of organizational leaders and managers, in education, government or industry whose work requires giving presentations or communicating in a public forum.
NOTE: Although this book is targeted to educators the skills and suggestions are applicable to business professionals.
A Guide to Better Teaching: Skills, Advice, and Evaluation for College and University Professors
2012 by Leila Jahangiri, and Tom Mucciolo. All Rights Reserved.
Special Edition Using Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 gives practical advice on how to set up a “designer” look presentation and how to develop the most effective presentation for your audience. You will learn what types of other considerations should be made when developing a presentation, including assessing the intended audience, assessing the size and shape of the conference room to be used, how to decide what colors to use, when to use graphics and more.
Learn not just how to use PowerPoint, but how to create dynamic presentations
Create multimedia presentations using animation, photos, video, and sound
Deliver your PowerPoint presentation around the country or the world via an online broadcast
CD-ROM (included) contains additional Que Office 2007 materials, Web resources, and a complete library of graphics and images to help you create and accent your PowerPoint presentations
Want More Info or Wish to BUY the book? Go to the Special Edition Using Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 page
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Special Edition Using Microsoft PowerPoint 2007
2007 by Que Publishing and MediaNet, Inc. All Rights Reserved.