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Presentations by Mind Map: Presentations

1. Powerpoint

1.1. Assertion-Evidence

1.1.1. Sentence sentence headline makes an assertion on the first topic in no more than two lines

1.1.2. Image Image below supports the assertion sentence

1.2. Defaults

1.2.1. Avoid Templates

1.2.2. Avoid Topic/Subtopic

1.2.3. Avoid Animations

2. Cognitive

2.1. Richard E. Mayer

2.1.1. 3 Assumptions of a Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning Dual Channel Assumption Humans possess separate information processing channels for visual and auditory material. Limited Capacity Assumption Humans are limited to the amount of information that can be processed in each channel at one time. Active Processing Assumption Humans actively engage in cognitive processing to construct a coherent representation of their experiences.

2.2. Stephen Kosslyn

2.2.1. 8 PowerPoint Principles Relevance Communication is most effective when neither too much nor too little information is presented Appropriate Knowledge Communication requires prior knowledge of pertinent concepts, jargon and symbols Salience Attention is drawn to large perceptible differences Discriminability Two properties must differ by a large proportion or they will not be distinguished Perceptual Organization People automatically group elements into units, which they learn to attend to and remember Compatibility A message is easiest to understand if its form is compatible with its meaning Informative Changes People expect changes in properties to carry information Limited Capacity People have a limited capacity to retain and to process information, an so will not understand a message if too much information must be retained or processed.

2.3. Edward Tufte

2.4. Michael Alley

3. Web 2.0 Tools

3.1. ProfCast

3.1.1. Software Easy to Use Embeddable

3.2. Google Presentations

3.2.1. Web-based Collaborative Free

3.3. Google Spreadsheets

3.3.1. Web-based Collaborative Free

3.4. Voicethread

3.4.1. Web-based Collaborative Free Commenting Embeddable

3.5. MindMeister

3.5.1. Web-based Collaborative Free Commenting Notes Embeddable

3.6. GapMinder

3.6.1. Different Statistical Free

3.7. Prezi

3.7.1. Free

3.8. New node