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Lightning Talks

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What is a Lightning Talk? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightning_Talk and http://www.perl.com/pub/a/2004/07/30/lightningtalk.html

 

We're looking for attendees to give short (3-6 minutes) talks on singular topics related to presentation. Please list your name and your intended topic below.

 

IF ALL SLOTS ARE TAKEN AND/OR YOU WANT TO CONTRIBUTE FROM A FAR, CONSIDER ADDING A LINK TO YOUR SCREENCAST OR PPT ON OUR VIRTUAL PARTICIPATION PAGE.

 

ROUND 1  (5 TALKS)

 

  1. John LeMasney | Using Picasa to create collages for rich visual topic lead-ins
  2. Derik Badman | The Interaction of Slides and Speech
  3. Lori Reed | Presenting for 3, 30, or 300: DON'T imagine them naked!
  4. Maurice Coleman | The Disruptors or Dealing with A@@*(^%@
  5. Scherelene Schatz/Advantages of Presenting via Webinars

 

ROUND 2  (5 TALKS)

 

  1. Peter Bromberg | What do a leaky roof, a greasy spoon, a bear sighting, and a man with a tortoise in his pants all have in common?   Watch this lightening talk and find out...
  2. Steven Bell | Techniques & tips for integrating video into your presentation
  3. Kristina DeVoe | Interplay of words and gesture
  4. Janice Painter | Tag team presenting- working on building a presentation as a group
  5. Tom Nielsen | Keeping Your Audience Engaged 

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