Learn how to create and design effective presentations.
We can teach you Microsoft PowerPoint. Use our clip art collection and our color printer for your handouts and transparencies.
If you require slide and digital projectors for class instruction make sure to visit Media Services' equipment page to learn what they have for booking. Their campus classrooms page tells you which rooms have media equipment permanently installed.
We have a few tutorials and resources to help you with PowerPoint and presentations in general:
- Visual Aids Checklist / Presentation Techniques - A PDF checklist from Teaching Effectiveness Program (TEP) of useful tips and guidelines to to help give better presentations
- PowerPoint workshops outline - A PDF outline of the PowerPoint workshops. Includes the TEP visual aids checklist as well as presentation tips.
- Basic PowerPoint Tutorial (PPT file) - A slide presentation version of the Basic PowerPoint Workshop.
- Clip Art - We have a large CD collection of images you can use on your website, presentation, or any project you are working on. There are also other clip art resources in the Libraries' collection that we can refer you to.
PowerPoint in the classroom
This site makes learning PowerPoint fun with "Jim Jingle" and "Sue Special" in an 8-step tutorial.
Teaching Effectiveness Program
Improving Lectures with Technology - UO Teaching Effectiveness Program has an online guide covering how to improve overheads and presentations, lecturing tips and techniques, and other assistance from TEP.
http://barrysclipart.com - Free resource for all types of clip art categorized into numerous categories.
http://www.clipart.com - Subscription-based directory that points to free graphics and commercial graphics.
http://www.clipartcastle.com - One of the first clipart sites on the web now includes a complete searchable archive of thousands of clip art files.