Transcript: getting to know a slide presentation Tips in Creating Presentation 5. A Microsoft Office PowerPoint template is a pattern or blueprint of a slide or group of slides that you save as a .potx file. Templates can contain layouts, theme colors, theme fonts, theme effects, background styles, and even content. It uses graphical approaches to presentations in the form of slide shows that accompany the oral delivery of the topic. What is Microsoft PowerPoint? 1. Task pane in powerpoint is found on the right of powerpoint presentation and displays so many option like getting started, powerpoint help, slide, new presentation, design templates, color schemes, animation schemes.Task Pane can be added using 'View -> Toolbars -> Taskpane' from the menu bar. Its HISTORY It is originally designed by the Macintosh and its first release is called the PRESENTER. This is developed by Dennis Austin and Thomas Rudkin of Forethought, Inc. In 1987, it is renamed into PowerPoint due to the problem of trademarks. 2. A PowerPoint template is a pattern or blueprint of a slide or group of slides that you save as a .potx file. Templates can contain layouts, theme colors, theme fonts, theme effects, background styles, and even content. You can create your own custom templates and store them, reuse them, and share them with others 4.Web PowerPoint template is a light free template for PowerPoint presentations that you can download for web projects or Internet projects as well as Internet PowerPoint presentations. The Parts of MS PowerPoint It is a program designed in creating presentations. It is debated to be beneficial for it is widely among different industries especially in both business and academics. And it is the most effective tool in lectures and seminars. 1. New Presentation Task Pane 2. Design Template 3. Templates with suggested content 4. Template on Web 5. Microsoft.com Template The Microsoft Power Point 3. A TE000127939 has all the elements of a design template plus a suggested outline for the presentation. You apply a content template when you first create a presentation, through the AutoContent Wizard. What are its elements? All About Power Point By this program, it allows user to choose the type of layout content in creating Presentations Familiarize the usages of the program Allow yourself to operate rather than letting others do it for yourself. In making presentations, choose slide designs that will make your viewers be interested on your topic
Transcript: CHOOSING A LAYOUT Powerpoint has a variety of designs themes to choose on from the Design tab. In the themes group , click on the document theme you want to apply to your presentation . Live preview allows you to see how the current slide looks with the theme . Click on the Office button and choose New to use a template for your presentation . Under Templates , you have options to use Installed Templates , My Templates , or Microsoft Office Online Templates. Click on the thumbnail of the desired template and click on the create button. Click on the arrow next to New Slide on the HOME tab in the slides group as shown. Click on one of the layouts to apply to the slides. select apply to selected slides. M.S. POWERPOINT CREATING A NEW PRESENTATION GROUP MEMBERS : CYRIL ISMAIL SHASHANK RICARDO ABHINAV NEIL ADDING CONTENT ADDING A NEW SLIDE When you open Powerpoint , in the Slide Plain , the first slide is the title slide with a title text box and a subtitle text box. By default , Powerpoint applies the blank template. The text box at the top of the slides gives the title of the information on that slides . The main text box indiacates "Click To Add Text. " MS POWERPOINT THE BLANK TEMPLATE APPLYING A THEME Add a new slide using the NEW SLIDE button on the home tab in the slides group . By default Powerpoint adds a slide with a tile and content layout . ADDING A TEMPLATE
Transcript: GROUP POWERPOINT PRESENTATION Inmate at Toronto South Detention Center tests positive for COVID-19 By: Michaela, Jaylynn, Tanya, Tasnim, Lindsay, Victoria Tanya Michaela Jaylynn Victoria Lindsay Tasnim Summary of News Story 1 Ontario reported 100 new cases of COVID-19, along with five more deaths related to the illness earlier on Wednesday March 25th . A statement from the ministry sent out Wednesday said that an inmate at the Toronto South Detention Centre tested positive for COVID-19. The ministry was informed by local public health that the inmate was a possible COVID-19-related case upon admission, and was immediately placed in isolation. All infection prevention steps have been taken by the TSDC, and screening procedures for respiratory illness will continue until further notice. Why did your group choose this story? What about it appealed to the group? 2 As a group we choose this story because it is an human rights issue regarding how actions of others can affect people in a negative way. The topic we choose is a huge world wide issue going on which is called coronavirus also known as covd-19 which does not have any cure as of yet and is spread through contact or it being airborne. This virus appealed to the group because the information is still relevant till this day. No one knows anything more about it other than the symptoms and how it can be spread. This causes concern and appeals because we don't know if having contact with others like touching and talking can have you exposed or if you are a super spreader which is when you have the virus you are able to make 8 people sick at once which leads to health concerns without a cure. Does this story connect to any other current social justice movements/projects happening right now? 3 This story connects to the “flatten the curve” social justice movement because of how we deal and act on behalf of the collective. The inmate that was tested positive for COVID-19 was put into isolation and was “social distancing” from other inmates. Ontario has planned to release certain inmates that are nearing the end of their sentences to curb the risk of further spread of the disease. This in turn will help “flatten the curve”. Identify 2-3 main points about the story that relate to the COURSE CONTENT 4 This story presents us with an enhanced sight of how an outbreak such as COVID-19 and other diseases can affect the lifestyles of many individuals in jails. While being held in jail, it's known for a possible impact of receiving something while being incarcerated. Inmates are and could be at a greater vulnerability to COVID-19, which can be concerning for someone’s health/medical conditions. Ontario institutions have implemented needle exchange programs for inmates to do drugs safely. Measures are being taken for inmates to perform illegal substances and the same should be completed to support and prevent diseases and illnesses during pandemics. Although inmates are a primary concern of the diseases , Correction Officer’s are at risk as well. CO’s have to take precautions when dealing and having interaction with inmates. They have key relationships not only with inmates themselves but also including their co-workers, treatment staff, along with prison administration. Is there another outcome that you think could help change the circumstances of your story? 5 This story can give us a better insight on how jails deal with outbreaks and disease and how they can contain things like this from going any further. Some things that can be implemented in these facilities to decrease the chances of an inmate catching the virus is in cooperating more hand washing breaks as most facilities don’t even have working sinks. The separation of inmates can also be a good way to stop the spread of disease as most people are living on top of eachother in these facilities, separating those with no symptoms, those who are at a higher risk, and those who have symptoms are a good way the spread can be stopped and contained. Finally, fewer people being in these systems or less people entering these facilities at a time is another way it can be prolonged from coming into contact with anyone. What have you learned? 6 This story has taught myself and the rest of my group members that this article is a human rights matter. This article informs us and the public that there has been an inmate at Toronto South detention center that has tested positive for COVID-19 and in currently being isolated to reduce the spread of the virus. Another idea that my group and I have also learned is that there are some people that can be “super spreaders.” Super spreaders are individuals who are a potential risk to everyone else in society. This one individual can make eight people sick at once if they contain the virus. We learned that COVID-19 is called the coronavirus because it is not just one virus, it is a mix of multiple viruses that convert into one and originally unfolded from animals and is possible to concert
Transcript: Elaboration of presentation in PowerPoint Student:Daniela Elizabeth Siller Martinez Group:105 ID:2012680 PowerPoint PowerPoint is a very usful tool to create Presentations But, How can we elaborate a PowerPoint presentation? New Presentation New Presentation When we start session in PowerPoint, it is shown the main screen, from this cover you can create presentations with the option in blank or template. Applying a template 1- Click on File menu, select the option New 2- Select the type of template 3-Click on Create Applying a template Applying a a theme 1-Click on the File Menu and select the option new. 2-Select with a click in Themes. 3-Choose a Themes. 4-Create on the button Create. Applying theme Save a presentation After you finished your presentation on PowerPoint you can save your presentation in your files. It is important that your presentation has a name. 1- Click on the File menu, select the option Save as. 2- Open the folder where the file will be stored. 3-Type the name of the file and click on the Save button. Save a presentation
Transcript: 1983 Americans are written 130 million prescriptions for drugs containing hydrocodone. 1893 2006 Acetaminophen is introduced to the U.S., under the name Tylenol. It’s prescription-only, in a child’s liquid dose. The adult version arrives six years later. 1920 The German pharmaceutical company Knoll synthesizes hydrocodone, an opiate painkiller chemically similar to codeine. 1978 1971 A researcher for the U.S. Bureau of Social Hygiene reports that although hydrocodone is an excellent painkiller and cough suppressant, users build up a tolerance very slowly, inducing them to become addicted. Vicodin Knoll introduces Vicodin, five milligrams of hydrocodone with 500 milligrams of acetaminophen, in the U.S. Pure hydrocodone joins the Schedule II list of narcotics, along with opium and morphine, with passage of the Controlled Substances Act. But in combination with other drugs, it’s considered a less stringently regulated Schedule III drug. 2008 Emergency-room reports involving hydrocodone increase 500 percent since 1990. That same year, the FDA recommends tighter warnings on drugs containing acetaminophen over liver-damage fears. Vicodin Timeline 2002 Generic Vicodin available. 1934 On June 30, a federal advisory panel votes to recommend the FDA ban Vicodin. 2009 1955 Abbott plans to sell a controlled-release version of Vicodin— but fails to gain FDA approval. A few months later, Abbott lays off 200 sales reps who were expected to be marketing the product. First medical use of acetaminophen, derived from a by-product of coal-tar distillation.
Transcript: Group 5 Presents How Do Video Games Effect College Students Academic? Group 5 Facebook Findings: 72 Students Polled(47 Male/ 25 Female) Study Conducted Between 10/15/2012-11/1/2012 In a recent study, 671 students(391 Female & 280 Male) were Polled to Study the Effects of Video Game Play on their G.P.A's. Researchers Found that the Average Time Spent Playing Per Week was 3.9 Hrs. (Burgess,2012) Researchers have also found Consistent Associations Between Violent GamePlay and School Performance.(Burgess, 2012) "Playing Video Games is a way to avoid studying." (Carl P., Facebook) "My roommate hid my XBox because I could not balance my gaming and school work." Joe M. (Facebook) Video Game Play Significantly Negatively Related With College GPA, but Varies by Sex. 49% of Gamers Between 18-49 Yrs. 81% of 18-29 Yrs. Old Play Average Game Player is 34 Yrs. Researchers Also Found that Males Played More Often, Started Younger, and Were Significantly More Likely to Play Violent Games. (Burgess, 2012) Social interactions between gamers now a central activity Video Game Playing Has Become a Central Social Activity For Many Players. "I find myself just sitting and watching some of my boyfriends' freinds playing for hours at a time." Linda F. (Facebook) Video gameplay compared to problems gambling "I Found Myself chasing that last high score for hours on end." Paul L., Facebook) "Machine Players Displayed "chasing" behavior...Similar to that of Gamblers." (King, 2009) Video Game Play Has Also Been Related to Problem Gambling. (King, 2009) 6-13% of Gamers Play Excessively "It's almost like being addicted to drugs."(Mike B., Facebook) Students worried about the impact of gameplay on their academic progress. Researchers have found that 55.8% of Students worry about the impact of their Gameplay. (King, 2009) Link between violent video gameplay and declining grade point average(GPA) Little Research Has Examined Relationships Between Video Game Use and School Performance. CHAD SMITH DATABASE & INFO GRAPHICS SPECIALIST GROUP5 MEMBERS YOUTUBE DOWNLOADER PHOTOBUCKET WINDOWS MOVIEMAKER PREZI YOUTUBE NVC DATABASE ONLINE CHARACTER MAKER King, Daniel Luke, Paul H. Delfabbro, and Ian T. Zajac. "Preliminary Validation Of A New Clinical Tool For Identifying Problem Video Game Playing." International Journal Of Mental Health & Addiction 9.1 (2011): 72-87. Academic Search Complete. Web. 25 Oct. 2012. CITATION 01 WEDSITES AND SOFTWARE USED GROUP5 MEMBERS MYLES MONTANA ART, MUSIC & VIDEO DIRECTOR CREDITS: CREATE A GRAPH FACEBOOK MLG JOHNATHAN BOSQUEZ RESPONSE COLLECTOR CITATION 02 GROUP5 MEMBERS CITATIONS JOHN MORRIS RESPONSE COLLECTOR SOFTWARE USED (Facebook, 2012) Burgess, Stephen R., Steven Paul Stermer, and Melinda C.R. Burgess. "Video Game Playing And Academic Performance In College Students." College Student Journal 46.2 (2012): 376-387. Academic Search Complete. Web. 21 Oct. 2012. GROUP5 MEMBERS
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