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MS PowerPoint Use from a Micro-Perspective World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications(EDMEDIA)2008:1
In this paper, we want to take a close look at the surprising discrepancy between the critical and vehement discourse about the presentation software MS PowerPoint (PPT) and its ubiquitous use. We employ the ``Added-Value Analysis' method to analyze ...
What if PowerPoint became emPowerPoint (through CPoint)? Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(SITE)2006:1
Information and Communication Technology hasn't advanced as much in educational scenarios as expected. In this paper we analyze the difference of classroom assumptions for ICT in colleges in contrast to schools yielding distinct application...
The Music is not in the Piano: Engaging vs. Enabling MS PowerPoint Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(SITE)2007:1
In this paper we want to showcase how the transformation from an enabling towards an engaging technology in school might be done with MS PowerPoint (PPT) with an open-source extension – the semantic work environment CPoint. In particular, we...