Do-It-Yourself Electronic Lectures in Microsoft Powerpoint

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Authors: Diaper, D., Taylor, J. and Hadaway, L.

Editors: Jin, Q., Li, J., Zhang, N., Cheng, J., Yo, C. and Noguchi, S.

Pages: 276-283

Publisher: Springer

Place of Publication: London

Do-It-Yourself Electronic Lectures (DIYELs) are intended to allow academics to easily and effeciently convert lecture material in Microsoft Powerpoint into an e-lecture that can be delivered to students on their own computer. Our current design of DIYELs is described, and how these can be created. Example tricks when using Powerpoint are provided to illustrate how to increase the ease and efficiency of DIYEL production. The potential, global market for e-lectures is discussed.

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Authors: Diaper, D., Taylor, J. and Hadaway, L.

Pages: 276-283

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