Wow, I’ve finally made a PowerPoint presentation I’m pleased with and uploaded it to SlideShare and now I am embedding it back into my blog! It’s been a bit of a process – using the software, finding the appropriate images, accurate attribution and acceptable layout for eye-catching publication. Designed for use with primary students & young adults to consider content and publishing features.
This is such an important aspect of the teacher librarian’s role – to get these ‘safety on-line’ ideas and habits understood happening with all students and teachers.
This is an example of how an ePortfolio can be used as a repository of the artefacts of one’s learning and skill building. The collecting of ideas and reflections on that development form part of the evaluation process in the learning cycle. Next I’d like the image to cover the slide and the text to be superimposed.
The presentation isn’t just for ‘Grads’ – remember that saying – ‘Today is the first day of the rest of your life’ – so it’ll work for everyone at any time.
It’s an ‘oldy but a goody’ – Karen Bonnano created this Slideshare some time ago – still worth a look and reminder about the need to be ‘seen’ to be doing worthy things.
I’ve been trying to improve my digital skills and efficiency – so much to learn and limited time. On the weekend I decided to create a PowerPoint and upload it into SlideShare. Really basic and only 4 slides (I’ll probably improve on it since I didn’t put my name to it – woops!). I’m going to embed it below. If you are looking at this blog you’ll also notice that I’ve connected my Scoop.it account the this Blog site and that the last 4 entries are directly from that curation! I’ve really got to get some of my own thoughts and reflections down in print!
ThreeStepResearch This is a like to my PP – Just haven’t got the ’embed’ thing perfected yet! I’ll have another go later!