Videoclips on issues relevant for presenters
Here you find some modules from workshops, lectures and seminars which my clients found helpful. Of course, all these tips and information are covered in books and manuals - but there they are static. That's why I have started putting some of them on video. I am using the simple option that PowerPoint offers for recording a presentation: first you add sound to the slides and afterwards ppt converts your presentation (including your voice and all the effects you have used) into a movie (wmv-format) which you can then upload to YouTube.
Messages and "Talking Headlines"
Introducing a different and (I believe) more effective way to create slides, using the "Assertion-Evidence-Principle" (M. Alley). With several examples taken from real presentations. Format: 12 minuts wmv, ppt slides plus my voice over.
Bullet-Charts: to animate or not? And how?
Bullet-charts are the most popular ppt-slides - and they are often over-animated AND use the wrong kind of animation-effect. This 5-minute-primer shows WHEN and HOW to animate this basic kind of slide.
Meaningful animation effects
What you want: present CONTENT - NOT your PowerPoint-ing abilities. Here are 4 good reasons to use animation in ppt - and some examples (Format: ppt slides with voice over / 13 minutes).