In the Shadows | #DDA1 for Netnarr

My first go at the #netnarr Daily Doodah Alchymystry.  You control the pace of this narrative, the direction, and the volume.  You can ‘reply’ to it. Or make your own.  A simple ‘choose your own adventure’.  For me, I took the word “shadow” as a narrative entire and looked for images on tumblr and Google Images that…fit.  Let’s play!

The second zeega below is one I screencast with my own pacing.  Compare yours to mine.

 

 

How Experts Can Help a General Audience Understand Their Ideas

Nancy Duarte advises us how to be more “audience aware” for presentations.  I especially like the “before/after” image whose graphic intelligence quotient has been raised.  I, also, love the iceberg feel of her writing–lots of cred lurking below the surface.

How Experts Can Help a General Audience Understand Their Ideas

By following these three rules, you can translate what you know into words and concepts that will feel meaningful — and applicable — to a lay audience.

Use metaphors to make jargon accessible.

Minimize the content on your slides.

Communicate less material.

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Digital Public Library of America » Back to School at DPLA

What’s on your checklist at the start of this school year?✓ Blank notebooks✓ Sharpened pencils,✓ Free, online ready-to-use education resources? Check! ‘

Source: Digital Public Library of America » Blog Archive » Back to School at DPLA

And this: Primary Source Sets.

And this: Jitterbug and Swing Dance.

And this:  Get Connected.

And this: Spread Your Open Resource Wings.

And this: A Map to the DPLA.

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