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10/24/2016 11:44 PM

Design Science Releases MathType 6.5 for Windows

Design Science announced the new 6.5 release of MathType for Windows -- starting from this release, Design Science is positioning MathType as a universal editor for mathematical notation. There are no new PowerPoint specific features, but here's a list of the updates, provided by Bob Mathews of Design Science:Equations Everywhere and Anywhere: Up until now, MathType has been thought of mostly as

10/24/2016 11:44 PM

Studeous: Conversation with Jefferson West

Jefferson West is a co-founder and the CEO of Studeous. Jeff is responsible for the marketing, public relations, and strategy at Studeous. Often traveling between schools and the company headquarters in Austin, Texas; Jeff is frequently in discussions with teachers, administrators, and students to get timely feedback from the people who use Studeous.Geetesh: Tell us more about Studeous, and how

10/24/2016 11:44 PM

Breaking Murphy's Law: Conversation with Lee Potts

Lee Potts has been blogging about visual communications and presentation-related issues since 2002. His current project, Breaking Murphy's Law (tagline: because when you're presenting, someone's always watching), launched in June. He serves on the steering committee of InfoComm's Presentation's Council and he was recently elected to the Health and Science Communications Association (HeSCA) Board

10/24/2016 11:44 PM

Mike Pearce: Using PowerPoint in School

Mike Pearce teaches social studies at Ellison High School in the Killeen Independent School District in Texas, USA. But Mike is not just another teacher -- he uses PowerPoint presentations to deliver a successful teaching system that has shown a phenomenal improvement in the results and passing rates.Read more here...Categories: case_studies, education, powerpoint

10/24/2016 11:44 PM

Teacher Brings History To Present

Mike Pearce says the best history teachers in today's schools will tell stories, make students relate to the people and events and use technology in order to do both. Starting in 2001, when he was teaching eighth grade, Pearce began integrating his own lesson plans into a PowerPoint system. "It hits every learning style. We live in an electronic age and kids are now very impressed by instruction

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