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Powerpoint & Multimedia Presentations
- University of Minnesota: Powerpoint Tutorial (Active Learning with Powerpoint
- Klemm, W.R. 2007. “Computer Slide Shows: A Trap for Bad Teaching." College Teaching June: 122-124.
- Giers, Vicki S., and David S. Kreiner. "Incorporating Active Learning With PowerPoint Based Lectures Using Content-Based Questions." Teaching of Psychology 36(2): 134-139.
- Clark, Jennifer. 2008. "Powerpoint and Pedagogy: Maintaining Student Interest in University Lectures." College Teaching 56(1): 39-45.
- Schrand, Tom. 2008. "Tapping into Active Learning and Multiple Intelligences with Interactive Multimedia: A Low-Threshold Classroom Approach." College Teaching56(2): 78-84.
- Grasha, Anthony F., and Natalia Yangarber-Hicks. 2000. "Integrating Teaching Styles and Learning Styles with Instructional Technology." College Teaching 48(1):
- Gribas, Cyndy, and Lynn Sykes. 1996. "Creating Great Overheads with Computers." College Teaching 44(2):
- Kinchin, Ian M., Deesha Chadha, and Patricia Kokotailo. 2008. "Using PowerPoint as a Lens to Focus on Linearity in Teaching." Journal of Further and Higher Education 32(4): 333-346.
- Young, Jeffrey R. 2004. "When Good Technology Means Bad Teaching." Chronicle of Higher Education 51(12).
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