Transcript: 20 Word maximum per slide (not including title) Important ideas from presentation should be included Keep the message simple Purpose of PowerPoint Text easy to read (font, size, color) No more than 3 different fonts on 1 slide Colors & pictures should match the topic’s theme Used as a visual aid during speeches and other presentations Also known as a “slideshow”
Transcript: Relevance Coherence Powerpoint Animation Rubric Complete and detailed evidence of planning exists throughout the process of using the graphics, designing and presenting the slide. Creativity Grammar The slide shows strong thematic contribution and a clear message. Complete originality exists in the composition and showcasing of the information using graphics and animations. Strong use of grammatically correct words put together to form a powerful sentence.
Transcript: m 1 Quizizz Education 2 p Game b Product design Y g s What is Quizizz? Introduction Quizizz is an app whcih allows you to conduct student-paced formative assessments in a fun and engaging way for students of all ages. Play to learn! defination e What can we do with Quizizz? read the next page or check the vedio. Using Quizizz Play public games Amazing teachers around the world create thousands of great questions on Quizizz. This community effort generates great content that everyone can use. Create question packages Quizizz allows you to pluck questions from any quiz, easily and images from internet, auto-save your progress, and tons of features. Quizizz can be played by students using any kind of device with a browser, including PCs, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Host a game&launch homework For students For teachers Give a feedback Review their answers at the end Customize their quiz session to toggle the level of competition, speed, and other factors. z subject class management As Quizizz can be seen as a platfrom, it can be used for many kind of explicit knoowledge. Quite useful! Unlimited! knowledge teachers use Quizizz to ensure that the classroom lessons run smoothly and finish the teaching goals. smoothly! management i Compare Kahoot and Quizizz Kahoot is teacher directed Quizizz is student directed that's our opinion u Two creative lesson ideas Data collection and study conclusion student keypoints connect different knowledge share with friends students' ability result of the class organize classes teacher Teaching by questionning steps by applying quzizz...... review As a tool to give housework class Help teacher organize questions in class preview Help students browse Q Thank you! Here are all sources (pictures or others) source 1.picture on the front page:https://clever.com/app-gallery/quizizz 2.Kahoot quizizz: http://learninginhand.com/blog/quizizz 3.Students engage at their own pace (2 pictures introduce part and using Quizizz 2-3 parts): quizizz.com 3.one picture in giving a feedback part: http://blog.quizizz.com/quizizz-reports/ 5.one picture in using Quizizz part:https://learninginhand.com/blog/quizizz 6.one picture in subject part:https://prezi.com/cu6wqhtvxuho/web-20-app-quizizz/ 7.the vedio:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dJmPGxrnhg Sources:
Transcript: SOFTWARE Download from Template Technology made large populations possible ADD MORE SLIDES The real danger is not that computers will begin to think like men, but that men will begin to think like computers – Sydney Harris DRAW CHARTS DATA http://preziland.com The human spirit must prevail over technology Prezi HUMAN ERROR CHANGE BACKGROUND COLOR OF SLIDE IMPORT SLIDES FROM POWERPOINT SLIDE 03 click to the link animated SLIDE 02 One machine can do the work of fifty ordinary men HARDWARE YOUR TECHNOLOGY RELATED HEADLINE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INSERT IMAGES PROCEDURES The future depends on technology PEOPLE Add your own texts Change font & color of text Add images and videos Rearrange, delete or add more slides Create your own slide path Zoom anywhere Replace background image Delete animations TECHNOLOGY TEMPLATE SLIDE 01 01 Technology 2005 1990 2019 1998 2010 PROGRESS
Transcript: J C 3 How do I select a Marketplace? FAQ Log into SpotPlan Log into SpotPlan Choosing your Buying experience Sales Model Create a Subtopic Customize the Cover How does it all come together? The Nuts and Bolts How it Works Why am I not getting enough impressions? FAQ Where can people find you? Offices Global Issues with Clients and Partners Connect Contact Info
Transcript: Controversial: Interesting, entertaining, relaxing, reach more audiences, fill the gap for understanding Biased, distort the reality, without verification They all share similar perspectives on the event. Differences mainly occur in the coverage/ thoroughness and angle about the event. Overall speaking, the story-like animated news try to amuse audience out of the animation they use. Differences can also be observed among different printed news in terms of perspective and coverage. Modern journalism...justifies its own existence by the great Darwinian principle of the survival of the vulgarest" - Oscar Wilde Pros & Cons CONs Not professional enough appledaily.com.hk beneficial to people in foreign countries view HK news choose what users like allow to replay the news not linear experience CONs selection criteria of the news Background information: Apple Daily Animated news: A Hong Kong newspaper founded in 1995 Second best selling newspaper in Hong Kong Celebrity scandals Sensationalist news reports Anti-political positions Online version: Animated news tone: gossip wording: oral language, not academic anchor: sometimes adds opinion Goal = to get as close to the truth as possible Death of Steve Jobs (Apple Daily VS TVB News) PROs no fixed time, no fixed news ordering Apple Daily and BBC News: Similarities: focus on the details of the incident describing the incident with opinion e.g. “outrage”, “distressing” Amelia Wang Amy Lin Brad Li Luke Tse Polly Leung Varia B. Foshan Traffic Accident (Apple Daily VS Now TV) Death of Steve Jobs (Apple Daily VS Printed News) Similarities: perspective: depicting the loss of an eminent figure of the world (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Absence of verified facts CONs: no live news/ breaking news may not mainly based on news value and editorial judgment but based on entertaining value (obscene, violence) Offers the audience a well-rounded scope of information on the issue Apple Daily and Sharp Daily Similarities: use of words with subjective thinking e.g. cold-blooded coverage: mainly on the details of the event biased and try to draw sympathy towards the victim similar perspective: treating it as a tragedy of news value CONs commercial break sometimes, the users has to view the advertisement before the news education In long term, people adapt to visual movement rather than plain text concentration span shortened coverage of news Mostly local news, entertainment less financial, features, sports news Dissimilarities: rely only on acoustic reporting without picking a particular angle coverage and thoroughness Comparison Many have attempted to pinpoint the exact definition of “journalism”: Dissimilarities: coverage and thoroughness without picking a particular angle [The goal of journalism is ]"to convey reality as accurately as possible, and as enjoyably as possible so long as accuracy isn’t sacrificed.” Source: Trueslant.com VS PROs large number of audience (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr PROs suitable for busy people Group members Topic Introduction Apple Daily’s animated news Good Journalism (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Dissimilarities: coverage: putting more emphasis on the moral issue perspective: putting the news as a moral concern, not merely a tragedy “The practice of investigation and reporting of events, trends, and issues to a broad audience in a timely fashion.” - Wikipedia “The collection, preparation, and distribution of news and related commentary and feature material.” - Britannica Online Encyclopedia “A search for truth on behalf of the citizen.” - Jack Fuller, author of News Values Comparison between Apple Daily’s animated news with other sources (newspapers, TV media, and online news coverage) Definition of Journalism and classification of Journalism (Good and Bad) Our point of view on animated news The reason why Apple Daily animated news can win popularity and how exactly it fills the gap for understanding news. Death of Steve Jobs (Apple Daily VS Radio News) Similarities: perspective: depicting the death of an eminent figure of the world cover nuts and bolts only no package, features the video is too short easy to access internet penetrate to different levels of people Definition On-going process of verification Animated News Presentation Agenda (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr PROs: no geographical limit people with busy working schedule absorb news in timely manner Does not deceive PROs content, format combine both visual and audio elements good for the blind and the deaf video editing effect, simulation, dialog easy to understand, entertaining, appealing allow interaction viewers can share, add comments, discuss with worldwide users needs time to make animated news Dissimilarities: - use of visual elements (static) - without acoustic painting of mood CONs not comprehensive enough One thing everyone agrees on is..... Journalism = Communication of News. Bad Journalism
Transcript: Patronage Customer Need Support for multiple businesses Desire to grow and be prepared for change Customer Architecture Patronage QikServe Minimal, easy-to-use GUI Restaurants with high overhead The Idea Competition Support for PayPal and PayPass The Team Industry Exclusive to businesses, and only on iPad Links with existing point of sales systems Customizable themes and menus for each business Other similar services are offered Support for splitting bills Hurru Intuitive item categorisation One app manages multiple restaurants through QR codes Captures customer behaviour for business analytics Direct-to-customer advertising Multiple payment methods App / Story Patronage Problems managing peak times Staff Portal Integrates into POS system Multi-platform support MenuPad The Idea References QikServe MenuPad Comparison I don't know how I should lay this out Team Tasks VAlue VAlue Industry Architecture R&CA (2014) Competition Policy Review. (June 2014) http://competitionpolicyreview.gov.au/files/2014/06/R_CA.pdf H. G. PARSA, J. T. SELF, D. NJITE, T. KING (2005) Why Restaurants Fail. (2005) http://www.econ.ucsb.edu/~tedb/Courses/Ec1F07/restaurantsfail.pdf Cathy A. Enz (2004) Issues of Concern for Restaurant Owners and Managers (November 2004) http://scholarship.sha.cornell.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1360&context=articles Dimmi (2014) Dimmi Annual Dining Index: Trends Report 2014 http://www.dimmi.com.au/trends/trends-2014 Hurru. (2014). Hurru. Retrieved September 04, 2014, from Hurru: http://hurru.com/en/home Jin-zhao, W., & Jing, W. (2009, December 20). Issues, Challenges, and Trends that the Hospitality Industry is Facing. Retrieved September 03, 2014, from Association of Human Resources Managers: http://ahrmhospitality.com/articles/industry-articles/32-issues-challenges-and-trends-that-the-hospitality-industry-is-facing MenuPad. (2014). MenuPad. Retrieved September 05, 2014, from MenuPad: http://www.menupad.com/ QikServe. (2014). QikServe. Retrieved September 06, 2014, from QikServe: http://www.qikserve.com/ Wikipedia. (2014, February 13). Three-click rule. Retrieved September 07, 2014, from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three-click_rule Ours Faster Service Overhead costs are constantly rising 45% of of expenditure is due to staff http://competitionpolicyreview.gov.au/files/2014/06/R_CA.pdf Menu and Ordering Device Independent - HTML5 Native Applications to follow Social Presence - Online Image Decrease Staff Required Order Management High overheads Hardware Card Reader - PayPal Here Secure Charging system designs Scalable - Any size Billing Take advantage of new systems Decrease fees/rental costs Helpful features to simplify tasks Easily Split Bills Device at table Fewer Staff Handle peak times Faster service Maintain or Improve Customer Opinion Scalable Fewer devices Smaller initial investment Transient Staff PostgreSQL - Database Scalable, free, modifiable http://competitionpolicyreview.gov.au/files/2014/06/R_CA.pdf Scalable - Amazon Web Services Room to grow, reliable 45% Staff Overhead http://competitionpolicyreview.gov.au/files/2014/06/R_CA.pdf Thank you Questions? Payment Systems Paypal Eftpos support NFC support Integrated Payment Security External experts Two Step verification Shrinking Industry Customers are spending less per meal http://www.dimmi.com.au/infographics/dining-index-2013 4 years of downward movement Decrease Overhead Costs Device for Server Faster ordering Information on hand Better awareness Rob Bisson Programming Testing & innovation Karl Markiewicz Programming UI Design Laurence Mccabe Business Development Customer Liaison Zack Watson Business Development Sales/Marketing
Transcript: The first camera developed was a pinhole camera, discovered by a Muslim scientist Ibn al-Haytham. Following the pinhole camera came the camera obscura perfected by Giambattista della Porta. The first film produced was in the 1830s invented by Simon Von Stampfer in Austria. On June 19, 1872 Eadweard Muybridge successfully photographed a horse named "Sallie Gardner" in fast motion using a series of 24 stereoscopic cameras. End Result Pinhole Camera Edison's Kinetoscope History of Film Film Production Precursors of Film Camera Obscura Thomas Edison invented the very first kinetoscope as an early motion picture device. They were designed for a single person to look into the top peep hole. They introduced the foundation for future movie making. By creating the illusion of movement by conveying a strip of perforated film bearing sequential images over a light source with a high speed shutter. Kinetoscopes The history of film begins in the late 1880s following the invention of the first video camera. At first they were viewed as a novelty but as they developed they became one of the most important tools in ways of communicating, entertainment, and mass media. Prior to the 1930s all films were silent. The movie theaters were considered a cheap way of entertainment; before people would have to travel very far to see major plays or other entertainment.
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