End PowerPoint dependency now!: Ease off the slides and improve your presentations at ALA or any other library conference
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AbstractBell offers several suggestions on how library professionals, who seem oblivious to the global backlash against PowerPoint, can reduce their dependency to the software, or at least make sure that the use of it enhances the presentations. He suggesrs that instead of serving up the usual series of bullet slides, librarians should try to integrate more "Web evidence," or "webidence" for short, and remember that with fewer bullet points to cover, one will have more opportunities to talk.
CitationBell, S. J. (2004) End PowerPoint dependency now!: Ease off the slides and improve your presentations at ALA or any other library conference. American Libraries 35(6): 56-59.
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Has partAmerican Libraries, Vol. 35, Iss. 6
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