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#341 Hide a slide in PowerPoint

This is a crafty tip to organise your PowerPoint presentations without having to maintain two versions of the same file. There may be some slides that you don’t want to delete from your presentation (you may need them later) or you have a slide with answers to your questions that you don’t want to show… Continue reading #341 Hide a slide in PowerPoint

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#339 OMBEA – A PowerPoint response system [3/8]: Adding an MCQ

In this third instalment at looking at OMBEA (An audience response tool that integrates with PowerPoint) we look at adding a MCQ. You can customise the settings so that the question allocates points, has a countdown timer and you can also add sound. Make sure you look at the other posts in this series. OMBEA… Continue reading #339 OMBEA – A PowerPoint response system [3/8]: Adding an MCQ

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#335 OMBEA – A PowerPoint response system [2/8]: Initial Set-up

OMBEA is an audience participation tool that integrates with PowerPoint.  In this second instalment we look at the initial set up and how to link PowerPoint to the OMBEA system. If you missed the overview you can view it here. Featured image by Colin McAllister-Gibson and is licensed under  CC BY-NC 3.0

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#331 OMBEA – A PowerPoint response system [1/8]: Overview

OMBEA is a powerful audience response system that integrates in to PowerPoint.  You can add a variety of question and interactivity activities which then allows participants to easily respond by visiting a dedicated URL.  There’s some great features and we’ll look at some of the highlights over this series of 1minutecpd posts. Featured image By Falahati.davood… Continue reading #331 OMBEA – A PowerPoint response system [1/8]: Overview

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#319 Presenting with PPT [5/5]: Using Presenter View

Have you considered using Presenter View when you present during lectures?  Presenter View allows you to view your presentation notes and preview upcoming slides all whilst your audience views note free version on the lecture screen.  Watch the video below to find out more… Do you want to learn more about PowerPoint? Check out our… Continue reading #319 Presenting with PPT [5/5]: Using Presenter View

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#315 Presenting with PPT [4/5]: Using the Slideshow View Menu

The slideshow view menu provides you with different tools that can enhance your presentation whilst you are presenting.  Watch the video below to find out more… Do you want to learn more about PowerPoint? Check out our other PowerPoint tips. Featured image: “Slide carousel” by Dano licenced under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

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#307 Presenting with PPT [3/5]: Using Ink Annotations

Ink Annotations can be used to highlight key points of a lecture and annotate any images or diagrams in your presentation.  Watch the video below to find out more… Do you want to learn more about PowerPoint? Check out our other PowerPoint tips. Featured image: “Friday Pen Round Up” by redspotted licenced under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0