What happens when the presentation is over?

25 06 2010

Mike Ellis, Research & Innovation Group, eduserv responded to my post on the Museums Computer Group list, and provided some great leads to consider in my research, my favourite quote is:

Once I’ve delivered my talk, I upload to my Slideshare space (http://www.slideshare.net/dmje/presentations), tweet about them, embed on my blog, etc etc. I also make sure that the slides are marked as CC, and that any images I use are CC and credited accordingly. By doing this the conversation about the topic is encouraged to continue beyond the walls of the presentation venue.

CC = Creative Commons

This relates to some of the research I have done on classroom and screencasting technologies i.e. what happens after the presentation – is it recorded? and can it be played back or shared?

Mike also provided the following links:





Slideshow software

9 02 2010

The Museums Computer Group has a great email list: MCG@JISCMAIL.AC.UK

Follow this link for details of the list including how to join.

There are currently a few posts this afternoon about slideshow software, those mentioned so far include:
http://prezi.com/
http://www.xnview.com/
http://www.irfanview.com/