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5 PowerPoint Tips for Teachers – Make Your Educational Presentations More Interactive

“Crises and deadlocks, when they occur, have at least this advantage, that they force us to think.”  - Jawaharlal Nehru The above quote best fits in today’s educational landscape that has undergone major transformations and radical changes in the past few years, specifically after the outbreak of Covid-19. Earlier, teachers...
6 ways to make your powerpoint elearning slides more interactive
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6 Ways to make Your PowerPoint eLearning Slides More Interactive

The Covid-19 has caused unprecedented disruption in all industries and impacted people from all walks of life. The crisis forced the complete shutdown of several activities worldwide; education is one of them. The education industry, which was earlier reluctant to embrace online learning, suddenly shifted its focus on eLearning after...
10/20/30 PowerPoint Rule
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10/20/30 PowerPoint Rule: Relevant or Irrelevant?

You may have attended several meetings and conferences and have seen several speakers using different presentation formats. And after attending these presentations, you might be wondering how a perfect PowerPoint presentation looks like. Does that sound familiar? Well, several books and articles have been published to educate the readers about...
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MS PowerPoint Vs Google Slides: Which Platform is Better for Business Presentations?

Amid the upheaval caused by Covid-19, work from home became an overnight requirement for most of the organizations. In a matter of a few months, face-to-face meetings and business processes turned digital. With a huge shift and transformation in business communication, virtual presentations have become the new normal. Virtual presentations...
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Five PowerPoint Tricks that Nobody Talks About

PowerPoint has been around for more than two decades, so long that nobody in the millennial generation can even imagine listening to a lecture or giving their own presentation without it. Despite its longevity, the way most people use it is surprisingly unchanged. Slides have either dark backgrounds with white...
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