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Prezi about prezi

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David Butler

on 26 May 2011

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Emphasis on structure of ideas Student exploration Looking closer at pictures A thinking tool (Mind Mapping) Collaboration via online sharing I'm here! Mike ;)
Looking forward to collaborating *It's a cool looking ABC book, but would you want to teach someone to read using it? Will Microsoft improve PP?

The record for incremental reform in the cognitive style of PowerPoint is not promising. In the many release versions of PP, the intellectual level has not been raised. New releases have drifted toward ingrown self-parody, featuring ever more elaborated PP Phluff and presenter therapy. These changes have made the new version different from the previous version, but not smarter. There are no incentives for meaningful change in a monopoly product with an 86% gross profit margin, only incentives to make it different, somehow, from the previous release. PP competes only with itself.

-- Edward Tufte, September 20, 2005 http://www.edwardtufte.com/tufte/books_pp McLUHAN: People are beginning to understand the nature of their new technology, but not yet nearly enough of them — and not nearly well enough. Most people, as I indicated, still cling to what I call the rearview-mirror view of their world. By this I mean to say that because of the invisibility of any environment during the period of its innovation, man is only consciously aware of the environment that has preceded it; in other words, an environment becomes fully visible only when it has been superseded by a new environment; thus we are always one step behind in our view of the world. Because we are benumbed by any new technology — which in turn creates a totally new environment — we tend to make the old environment more visible; we do so by turning it into an art form and by attaching ourselves to the objects and atmosphere that characterized it, just as we’ve done with jazz, and as we’re now doing with the garbage of the mechanical environment via pop art.

The present is always invisible because it’s environmental and saturates the whole field of attention so overwhelmingly; thus everyone but the artist, the man of integral awareness, is alive in an earlier day. In the midst of the electronic age of software, of instant information movement, we still believe we’re living in the mechanical age of hardware. At the height of the mechanical age, man turned back to earlier centuries in search of “pastoral” values. The Renaissance and the Middle Ages were completely oriented toward Rome; Rome was oriented toward Greece, and the Greeks were oriented toward the pre-Homeric primitives. We reverse the old educational dictum of learning by proceeding from the familiar to the unfamiliar by going from the unfamiliar to the familiar, which is nothing more or less than the numbing mechanism that takes place whenever new media drastically extend our senses. skeuomorphic design path dependent design We drive into the future using only our rear view mirror Put comments to each other inside this circle ok? DB Fri 20 Aug:
I like some of the ideas you have for the intro, but I'm afraid it will go on too long for the hour we have. MW Fri 2o Aug 11 a.m.
Agreed and I'll trim this down to a manageable 2 minutes for the Prezi! DB Sat 21 Aug 3pm
I won't be at work on Monday and I don't have internet at home. I'll work on some prezi stuff offline and put it in when I get in on Tuesday. I'm planning to work on the advantages bit and plan what I'll show for editing. (I'm at work now, so that's how I'm doing this!) MW Sun 22 Aug 10 am
I've got a couple of research deadlines, a lecture and a committee meeting on Monday, so I'll be saving most of my work on this for Monday night onwards. I'll put together a brief intro that night and then wait to see what you upload Tuesday before adding more. Sound like a good plan? P.S. We should keep this as a way to show how we collaborated! Zooming User Interface
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zooming_user_interface http://maps.google.com.au/maps?hl=en&tab=wl Works through browser Pictures may loose focus
(see Ahead, http://ahead.com/#view/lilaspaces/main/welcome?scene=HOME, for an alternative) Limited compatibility with file formats Limited graphic capabilities (e.g. fonts, etc.) [but that may be an advantage!] Zoom nausea! Temptation to create distracting effects for their own sake (just like PPT) Intuitive, easy to use interface Flash-based Field breaks down at high 'magnification' Cost of desktop version Online, so privacy issues need management, especially when embedding links Easy to embed Prezi in other media Downloaded version operates as 'stand alone' package File size of downloaded Prezi Advantages Disadvantages Online version is free Application dependent User dependent Presentation Media: Form and Function OR New New Old Old "Prezi" David Butler and Mike Wilmore WHY PREZI? WHAT DOES A PREZI PRESENTATION LOOK LIKE? HOW DOES PREZI WORK? You're watching one now!
You've seen something similar before - Google Maps There's not much to it ... let's show you WHAT CAN IT DO? It's just easier to show you ... Original equation 1. Try something like r(x) but with unknown coefficients: 2. From y, find y' and y'': 4. Find values of unknown coefficients: 5. Put the values in: eg: If then try then try eg: If then try eg: If then try eg: If Equate coefficients of powers of x Sub in values of x OR Particular solution to original equation number number number function of x General solution to homogeneous equation 1. Write down characteristic equation: 3. Use these values to make two solutions: 4. Use these two solutions to make general solution: If then use then use If If then use 2. Solve characteristic equation: & & & Solving linear second-order differential equations with constant coefficients 3. Sub into original equation: General solution to original equation 1. Add the general solution for the homogeneous equation
to the particular solution for the original equation: By David Butler (c) The University of Adelaide August 2010 Note: The theory says that if I have two solutions that aren't multiples of each other, then all the rest of the solutions must be linear combinations of these two.
That's why we just make a linear combination of them (with arbitrary coefficients) to get the general solution. Note: If this doesn't work, try including a term like "Bxe^(-4x)" too. Note: If this doesn't work, try including a term like "Dx^3" too. Note: If this doesn't work, try including a term like "Bx" as well. Note: If this doesn't work, try including terms like
"Cx cos(2x)" and "Dx sin(2x)" too. 1. If there are initial conditions, such as y(0)=0 and y'(0) =5
sub them in now to find C and D. Particular solution to original equation
satisfying conditions 2. Put the values of C and D in to get the final solution. Note: Don't try including them earlier than this - you must wait until you've found the general solution. Note: If there are initial conditions, this solution is not likely to satisfy them.
We are going to use this solution to find ALL the other solutions.
After that we can find another particular solution that DOES satisfy the conditions. You can use to help you the learning environment DISPLAYS can help to teach KNOWLEDGE and CONCEPTS SKILLS and BEHAVIOURS ATTITUDES actually teach. RESOURCES can help to teach ATMOSPHERE can help to teach writing to solve problems it's possible to do it yourself the families of number it's possible to enjoy maths recognising greek letters looking in the textbook or notes MATHS DROP-IN CENTRE solving maths problems At least 6 students a year learn a fundamental truth about these sets of numbers by noticing and asking about something in these posters. Many students after several visits do spontaneously get a textbook off the shelf before asking for help. Casual mathematical chatter Tell me about what you've done so far. Student-teacher interactions I reckon you can finish it from here. What do these words here mean? I didn't do anything - you did that all by yourself. Let's look that up in the textbook... Students from the sciences learn what the "funny squiggles" mean.
Students from statistics find it easier to remember that mu stands for mean when they see that the capital letter is M for mean. The staff use these particular phrases, and the students notice that the things we say are on the wall.
Many students take a handout-copy to use later. Staff model writing to help solve problems. After a couple of visits, most students freely use as much paper as they need. All staff interactions are focused on the student having confidence to do it themselves. We check we're not disturbing the students, but they say they like to listen to our mathematical chatter. Some have said they like to see people enjoying maths. Look what I just figured out! I remember a story about the mathematician who discovered that. Isn't this proof clever? How cool is THIS? That's my favorite fact about matrices. How things are changing for students ... Internships: Major area and growing with 25% of all students now doing an internship course Student Industry Program: Careers support Summer and Winter Schools: New intensive modes of study “Yes, the workload was intensive, but it was worthwhile as I was able to be eligible for Graduation earlier than initially planned.” BA/Laws Student Learning Hubs: Massive growth of student study and support spaces on campus Encouraging learning based on collaboration, independent inquiry, problem solving, and advanced communication skills these are the attributes of our graduates Transition from school initiatives: Smooth Start peer networking and Circle Mentoring Program TERRA INCOGNITA E-Democracies
Simulation Georgian London Project New approaches to learning: Taking advantage of new digital media and ‘blended’ teaching methods My work Courses: ‘Global Media’ (virtual classes) and ‘Media Research Methods’ (lab-based)
Research: Communications for development (Nepal) and health (Lyell McEwin Hospital and Cancer Council Australia) + education (assessment practices)
Writing: Books and articles
Supervision: Postgraduates, honours and internships
Administration: Associate Dean (education) for the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Fay Gale Centre launched 2009:
Research will focus particularly on three major themes:
Social Inclusion
Citizenship
Health We look forward to meeting your students! Combining Degree Programs Exact mix varies for different programs
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Again, flexibility and choice are built in! Degree Programs:
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Flexibility and choice are built in! Adelaide Approved TER
Score of 70 in 2011 Single Degree Programs Welcome to the Faculty of Humanities and Social Science Dr Mike Wilmore
Associate Dean (Education)
Senior Lecturer (Media) Our Faculty has 4 Schools:
Humanities
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The Elder Conservatorium of Music
There are 16 Disciplines within these Schools, each focussing on a particular area of study.
Students can take courses offered by all these Disciplines as part of their studies!
There are more than 150 courses currently on offer! MAJORS or MINORS
Anthropology
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Australian Studies
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Writing Practice A global faculty with hundreds of international links made through research-based learning. Media, anthropology and development Humanities
and
Social Sciences NEW Bachelor of Social Science degree structure! University of Adelaide
Humanities and Social Sciences Intentional Unintentional Goods Bads (Increase welfare) (Decrease welfare) By To If media help us say who we are If we have new ways of sharing If we can improve healthcare If we find new forms of communication If you get spyed on at work If your old media become obsolete If governments restrict freedom of information If someone steals your identity Media Photography and Social Media, for example Mike's Example looking looking Form added* Form transcended* http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2009/01/new-bill-asks-f/ Function retained* Function hidden* *It's a cool looking PPT , but would you want to teach someone using it? *Only for show or decoration *Serves a purpose WHY POWERPOINT? MW Tues 24 Aug 11.30 pm
Getting late now David, but I think we're almost there with the Prezi Prezi now! Would be nice to have more time to refine, but this should serve to show how it works and some of the possibilities.
See you at 12.45 at the 10 Pulteney Cafe A tool for collaboration RISK: Prezi 'fluff'! RISK: Loose detail RISK: Wrong structure RISK: Need sequence Media Externalities Graphic Information System http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geographic_information_system Firewall! Some text Some text Control Panel
Internet Settings
Connections
LAN settings
-- turn off all the ticks Presented to Faculty of Health Sciences
on 25th August 2010
as part of the lunchtime
Learning and Teaching seminars
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