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Changing Your Desktop Presentation or Other Computer-Generated Images Into Slides
All the information you need to use the LFR
Tips for creating better presentations
Converting presentations for the web
Using your slides to create posters for output using the Smith large-format printer
Changing your presentations into overhead transparencies
Changing your computer presentation or computer images into slides is a fairly easy process. You need a piece of equipment with a special camera attached to it, which is connected to your computer. In our case, we use a Laser Graphics Film Recorder (LFR) and MacRascol software. The software will translate your file's RGB data into a format that the LFR understands. The LFR translates that data to regular daylight slide film.
What Presentation Software
Faculty needing help with their presentations for classroom use can contact Academic Technology Services (IT-ATS) for personal assistance.
Be sure to check the User Ed class calendar regularly as new classes are regularly being developed and offered. http://present.smith.udel.edu/calendar/
Instructional CDs and DVDs are available from the Pearson Hall training center.
Online resources can be found at:
|Links to Presentation Resources||
Apple's Keynote web site
Apple's Keynote Support
Templates & Backgrounds to buy:
|There are numerous books about how to create an effective presentation, no matter what software you use. At this point in time, I cannot recommend one in particular, as I have not looked at any of them. I can recommend some basic books to get you started.
Keynote Quickstart Guide - by Tom Negrino
Keynote: Fast & Easy - by Lisa A. Bucki
AppleKeynote - Yahoo Group
PowerPoint Quickstart Guide - by Rick Altman & Rebecca Altman
PowerPoint - Yahoo Group
|The Graphics Technology Cookbook text links
|Web Pages||Class Handouts and
User Web Site