- Ed Gatzke
- Associate Professor,
Department of Chemical Engineering
- March 5, 2014
- 10:50 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.
- Center for Teaching Excellence
Thomas Cooper Library, Room L511
Do you struggle with making professional quality PowerPoint presentations? Are you looking for new ideas on how to present content using PowerPoint? Join us for a discussion about ways to make the most of PowerPoint in the classroom, including: basic suggestions for PowerPoint lecture presentations, use of "Slide Master" for consistent slide formatting, innovative ideas for content beyond bullet point lists, and an introduction to PowerPoint drawing and animation tools.
About the Facilitator
Ed Gatzke, Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering, is the former Associate Director for Technology Pedagogy in the CTE. His research interests are in the area of process modeling, control and optimization. He uses various emerging technologies in his courses both for lectures and hands-on experimental labs. Ed also works with First Lego League to introduce younger students to technical issues related to robotics and computer programming.
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PowerPoint: Beyond Bullet Points
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