Beyond Bullets PPT presentation

July 21 2007, Sept 14 2007, Oct 10 2007, Oct 11 2007, Feb 14 2008 May 12-13 2008 workshops at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, presented by:

* Brian McNurlen, CITES
* Chris Migotsky, CTE
* Jim Witte, ATLAS

* A short URL for this page is:
* The main URL for this page is:
* Presentation slides and handout available at bottom of this page


* Alley, Michael. "Design of Presentation Slides." accessed May 10 2005.
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* Mayer, R. E. (2001). Multimedia learning. Cambridge; New York, Cambridge University Press.
* Tufte, E. R. (2003). The cognitive style of PowerPoint. Cheshire, CT, Graphics Press.
* Russell, J. C. and J. H. Amernic (2006). PowerPoint presentation technology and the dynamics of teaching. Innovative Higher Education, 31, 147-160.
* Tufte, Edward (2003). PowerPoint is evil. Wired, 11.9.
* Witte, James. "Explaining with Graphics." accessed July 30 2007.
* Presentation Zen Blog on issues related to professional presentation design.
* Anholt, Robert R. H. (1994). Dazzle ‘em with style: The art of oral scientific presentation. New York: Freeman.
* Fink, Carl. (April, 2007). “You, too, can use video in your PowerPoint presentation.”
* Users sabatoge presentations with PowerPoint.
* Archives from the Golden Age of outliners
* Inspiration Outlining tool, brainstorming, good tool for thinking before writing.
* Finkelstein, Ellen. (Sept., 2005). “PowerPoint principles for education.”
* Finkelstein, Ellen. (May, 2005). “Combine animation techniques to create stunning PowerPoint slides.”
* Norvig, Peter. "The Gettysburg Powerpoint Presentation". 2000. May 10 2005.
* Creative Commons
* Google Images
* Illinois Accessibility Web Publishing Wizard or the UIUC Web Store
* Angelo, T. A. and K. P Cross (1993). Classroom assessment techniques: A handbook for college teachers (2nd ed.). San Francisco, Jossey-Bass.
* Cmap :Free concept map software from Institute for Human and Machine Cognition,


* ATLAS EdTech Consulting:
* CITES ClassTech:
* CTE:
* Demo of HTML output using the Illinois Accessibility Wizard