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Jeffrey Keefer

Thank you for sharing this, Beth. This is a really good presentation with or without the presenter being present.

From a learning perspective, I wonder at its effectiveness if somebody does not know the references?

Vicki Davis

This is a great presentation! I enjoyed watching it. I think it is important to understand that slide shows or anything used in presentations should stand on their own.

Beth Kanter

I love slideshare - my new crack! I wrote a bit about it here
http://beth.typepad.com/beths_blog/2007/06/the_social_life.html

I love this topic of how to do presentations so they spark conversation and learning .. and how they can stand on their own ..
http://beth.typepad.com/beths_blog/powerpoint/index.html

But, I also think you should have a wiki or web site with links that relate to the order of the presented ideas - so in the midst of discussion - you can reference where people can go deeper
http://bethkanter.wikispaces.com/Making+Media+Conference

The other thing I think about is how to leverage conversation in the room with a slide. I'm never the only one talking when I present with slides ... Thiagi's interactive lecture helped with some techniques.

Chris Brown

This is one of the best 2.0 presentations I've seen so far. Thanks so much for bringing it to my attention Beth!

Chris Brown
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