This YouTube video is the first in a series on learning Microsoft PowerPoint 2013. This 10 min.video covers navigating PowerPoint. Mr. Ford reviews panes, the title bar, ribbon bar, status bar, and the various types of views available.
Type of Material:
As part of a series on learning Microsoft PowerPoint, this video provides the starting off point to become comfortable with understanding how to navigate PowerPoint.
Solid internet connection, speakers or headphones.
Identify Major Learning Goals:
After watching this video, the viewer should be comfortable navigating through Microsoft PowerPoint. Additionally, the viewer should be able to identify the various areas within the application as well identify the purpose and function of various views.
Target Student Population:
Mr. Ford discusses a number of different potential viewers of this video by suggesting that teachers or instructors, trainers, or business people may be watching this tutorial. It's an excellent refresher for frequent users of PowerPoint 2013 and very good introduction for novices.
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
A basic knowledge of the internet,PC, and an understanding of the English language.
As the first video in the series, this overview starts off with helping the viewer feel comfortable understanding the Microsoft project application landscape.
It's helpful to watch all of Mr. Ford's PowerPoint videos, pause, rewind, and stop them while working on a project.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
This video does a great job highlighting each important area of the PowerPoint application landscape.The YouTube video tutorial has detailed, easy to follow explanations. This is an effective step-by-step tutorial and a good resource for understanding how to navigate a PowerPoint 2013.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
This excellent video is easy to follow, understand, and the information easy to practice. The information is relevant and current. The author shows how to navigate Microsoft PowerPoint 2013.
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