The Power of Image: presenting with the brain in mind
This webinar archive, with Betha Gutsche, covers key concepts of strong visual communication and explore simple tips and tricks that will punch up your presentations and wake up your audience.
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The human brain is wired to respond to images. Scientific studies of the brain are providing powerful insights for designing and delivering presentations that grab the attention of the learner. Once you understand the key concepts of strong visual communication, you can get unstuck from the stale text-and-bullet format of presentation. You don’t need to be a designer to learn some simple tips and tricks that will punch up your presentations and wake up your audience.
Presented by: Betha Gutsche, program manager, WebJunction OCLC, and visual communications advocate.
- View Webinar Recording (You will be prompted to log in to our free Course Catalog.)
- View slides (pdf)The PDF version is modified from the webinar deck: images are compressed and most color backgrounds are removed
- View chat (xls)
- Learner Guide (doc) Use alone or with others to extend your learning.
- Read webinar recap
- Practical PowerPoint Image Tips (pdf) learn how to eliminate unwanted backgrounds, create graphical images, create a simple chart and more in these easy to follow exercises
- Power of Image Resources (pdf) learn more about the power of image, plus finding and using images
- List of Image Resources collected on WebJunction
- 2012 Public Library Funding and Technology Access Study Press Kit
- Perceptions of Libraries, 2010: Context and Community
- A good site to learn about copyright http://www.copyright.com/learn/about-copyright/
- Funny charts and graphs http://thisisindexed.com/
- 5 easy ways to create fabulous slides - the wikiman
06 November 2012
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Eastern Standard Time, North America [UTC -5]