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  • at MUSC
  • at the Library
  • Web Tutorials
  • Articles & Zines


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Laura Cousineau
MUSC Library
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PowerPoint: A Resource Guide

Resources at MUSC
Hands-on Classes
The Center for Computing and Information Technology, offers beginning and advanced classes in PowerPoint. See CCIT Computer Training Classes for class descriptions and links to dates and sign-ups
Online Tutorials
PowerPoint 2002: Introduction
PowerPoint 2002: Advanced
Personal Consultation
Staff at the Center for Academic Excellence are available by appointment to consult with you about preparing your presentation, including tips on best use of PowerPoint
 
Resources at the MUSC Library
IT Lab
Located on the 4th floor of the Library, the IT lab offers over 200 computer workstations both PC and Mac, all with PowerPoint software.
Public Service Desk
The staff at the 4th floor Public Service Desk can answer your questions about PowerPoint. They can also assist you with scanning and saving pictures or other images for your presentation. Don't forget to ask them about saving to homeroom or CDs.
 
Resources on the Web: Tutorials
A tutorial in PowerPoint 2002 is offered in either Word or PowerPoint format.
From the "Digital Toolbox" created by the Library of the California Polytechnic State University,a tutorial on making presentations using PowerPoint
Several universities, including North Carolina State and the University of Arizona, have pooled resources to create online tutorials like this one for PowerPoint 2000
A tutorial of PowerPoint 2000 from the Building Learning with Technology project of University of Maryland and local school districts
Originally developed for teachers, this is a PowerPoint tutorial with "stars"!
Clear and well-organized tutorial from the University of Wisconsin, EauClaire for PowerPoint 2000/2001
 
Resources on the Web: Articles, 'Zines. and more
Articles on how to jazz up your PowerPoint presentations
This site promises "new-product reviews, best presentation practices and how-to's."

Is PowerPoint the Devil?

Chicago Tribune article by Julia Keller
From North Carolina State University, a tool for judging the quality of PowerPoint presentations