Creating a Zen Presentation in Haiku Deck

My former colleague and I just created a second presentation on Haiku Deck.  This time we used other text feature templates and incorporated more text.  We continued to allow images to tell the story.  Haiku Deck (as stated in my previous blog) is a wonderful tool for helping one practice economy of language!  Pictures became more of a background in this version, especially in slides that focus on instructional ideas.  This was important because the instructional component is the true take-away for our participants.   While the our slideshow gives some information, the interesting fact about Haiku Deck is that the slide show means very little without the script.  Therefore, the presenter is more likely to add ideas not bulleted and not fall into the common “death by Power Point” mode.   I invite you to visit our slideshare and view the presentation we created.  We welcome feedback on the design of our work!

<div style=”margin-bottom:5px”> <strong> <a href=”https://www.slideshare.net/lisaplawson/bring-on-the-tech-tools-make-them-love-your-library&#8221; title=”Bring on the tech tools! Make them love your library” target=”_blank”>Bring on the tech tools! Make them love your library</a> </strong> from <strong><a href=”http://www.slideshare.net/lisaplawson&#8221; target=”_blank”>lisaplawson</a></strong> </div>

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