This week Paul Kleiman will ask “is a picture worth a thousand words? You can read all about this on his blog.
Here is the link to the Wakelet of this week’s chat https://wke.lt/w/s/FXAGRo
Q1 To what extent do you use visuals (photos, diagrams, charts, etc.) in your presentations? What type do you use most and why?
Q2 When others are presenting using PowerPoint or other presentation software what are the visual (or other) things you admire and/or that irritate you?
Q3 What are the barriers to you using visual images in your presentations?
Q4 What would enable you to incorporate more or better visuals into your presentations?
Q5 When you use images, what are your usual sources? To what extent do you create your own?
Q6 What changes, if any, might you make to the way you design your presentations for lectures, seminars, conferences etc?
The Hosts’ Bio
Professionally, I am an academic, researcher and consultant, with a background in the performing and visual arts. Currently I am Senior Consultant (Higher Education) at Ciel Associates and a Visiting Professor at Middlesex University in London and Rose Bruford College in Kent. Previously I was the Higher Education Academy’s UK Lead for Dance, Drama and Music in higher education, supporting and enhancing learning and teaching in those disciplines in universities and colleges across the UK. I am a regular speaker at conferences and seminars, and undertake consultancy work.
My research is mainly in the fields of creativity, assessment and curriculum design, though I also write about other issues in higher education
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