A PowerPoint presentation can be compelling! Or really lame. Build it well and use it well, and it will make your instruction easier and better.
Here are some resources to help you keep your presentations out of the “lame” column.
Rehearse Your Presentation with a “PowerPoint Coach” (This is simply amazing!)
PowerPoint Shortcuts Every Presenter Should Know
PowerPoint in a Window_Diane White (Very useful for Zoom presentations!)
How to avoid “Death by PowerPoint”
Eight Tips for Great PPT Presentations
How to Use Speaker’s Notes in PowerPoint
How to Add Video to a PowerPoint Presentation
How to Change a PowerPoint Presentation’s Entire Format
How to add “page numbers” (slide numbers) in PowerPoint
PowerPoint–How to Combine Presentations
How to Add “Rolling Credits” in PowerPoint
And for an argument against using PowerPoint (or Keynote or Slides) in the first place, try this:
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