Monthly Archives: November 2011

VideoBlog

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Reading Response

On the handout readings, it made a lot of sense what they said. Whenever I get a handout that is more than one page, I tend to get caught up in all the stuff that’s going on in the handout … Continue reading

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Powerpoint kills…

The readings about handouts and presentations I found to be very helpful. I really like the idea of keeping a handout page to just one page. Too many times have I been given a handout that is packed full of … Continue reading

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Reading Response for Class 11/22

Good afternoon class, Just wanted to highlight some important points from the readings (and video) we were assigned to read for class today. The first link, Creating Quality Handouts, gave many good points why using handouts are important when presenting to … Continue reading

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Amanda Recker. What makes a great presentation?  

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Income Inequality

Tyler Robbins / Aaron Glaum Main Point: Wages may be down, but total compensation has not dropped much.              

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This graph is confusing because the amount of people with credit in the different age groups can vary greatly.

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Misleading Visual

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Confusing since the percentage gap is only five percent. The difference is not that big as it  seems to be. Connie and Beatrice

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