This YouTube video provides detailed instructions for adding hyperlinked content to your PowerPoint by providing simple to follow step-by-step instructions. The example presented is how to create a self-guided quiz using PowerPoint. The video provides a strong example. The author is quick to discuss both the good and bad elements of such a presentation. Additionally, the author provides recommendations for best practices.
Type of Material:
This is a YouTube video.
While the material is clearly geared to faculty/instructors, this information could easily be extended to students, allowing a student to create an interactive presentation to demonstrate learning objectives.
This video is for instructional purposes. It would be an interesting topic in an advanced MS Office or Powerpoint course.
A fast internet connection for streaming video and a web browser.
Identify Major Learning Goals:
The goals of this video are to provide detailed instructions on how to incorporate hyperlinked content into a PowerPoint presentation.
At the end of the video, the viewer should be able to easily create a similar type of presentation.
Target Student Population:
Faculty/instructors, however, more advanced PowerPoint users in general (students, continuing education learners), would benefit from watching this video and practicing this topic.
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Basic background in Powerpoint, including the ability to insert drawing elements.
This video provides simple yet detailed, step-by-step instructions for creating hyperlinked presentations. More importantly, the video goes into detail as to the benefits and the specific mechanics of creating such presentations. It's a very thorough video and highly recommended to anyone using PowerPoint 2013.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
1. Provides an easy to understand example of creating a hyperlinked presentation; question/answer quiz.
2. Explains both the good and bad of creating these types of presentations.
3. Makes recommendations for best practices.
Would like to see both a faculty and student version of this video. There are many applications where students could create similar presentations to demonstrate learning outcomes.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
Step by step concise video that's very useful for anyone working with PowerPoint presentations (not just faculty/instructors).
Other Issues and Comments:
A basic knowledge of PowerPoint is needed, including some drawing and slide formatting. However, the author does a great job demonstrating these needed skills.
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