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The Race Card — News Networks Matter

IMHO:)When it involves the media — RACE is not about color, it’s about competition. In the absence of a close presidential race, nobody needs the news.

Therefore, network news outlets know that the race is in the ratings, not in the rhetoric.

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Creative Collaboration

How do slide “designers” work with presenters to optimize the delivery of content? In a featured article published in October 2012 on Geetesh Bajaj’s INDEZINE blog, Tom Mucciolo shares his experiences of the creative collaboration techniques used by content creators to intergrate visual support across a diverse group of speakers.

Read the whole story: Slides and Speakers

Presentations…Back to the Future

What were presentations like 30 years ago? Where are they headed? In a featured article published in September 2012 on Geetesh Bajaj’s INDEZINE blog, Tom Mucciolo shares his experiences of the evolving presentation technologies from the early 1980’s through the present day, with a look ahead towards tomorrow.

Read the whole story: Presentations Perspective

Connecting the Dots . . . .

The characteristics of experts revolve around the dynamic relationship among the core elements of knowledge, experience, problem-solving, talent, and context. In a featured article published in June 2012 on The EvoLLLution blog, Tom Mucciolo and Leila Jahangiri discuss how experts use a problem-solving ability of “connecting the dots” in order to show the relationships among what otherwise might be isolated bits of information.

Read the whole story: Elements of Expertise: Connecting the Dots . . . .

Diary of an Electronic Assessment

What do you like most and least in a speaker? The research findings point to 21 skills that audiences identified as characteristics of effectiveness. In a featured article published in April 2012 on The EvoLLLution blog, Tom Mucciolo and Leila Jahangiri describe their extensive study which led to the development of a series of interactive assessment tools that can be used for self-improvement.

Read the whole story: Diary of an Electronic Assessment

An Effective Collaboration

Can academia work hand-in-hand with business? The answer appears to be a resounding “YES!” In a featured article published in April 2012 on The EvoLLLution blog, Tom Mucciolo and Leila Jahangiri reflect on how their seemingly diverse backgrounds complemented one another to develop research aimed at helping teachers and presenters become more effective communicators.

Read the whole story: An Effective Collaboration

Measuring Audience Feedback

The way you speak, look, and interact with an audience is compounded by how understandable your content is in relation to what you know. Audience evaluations that include these elements can now be linked to research data to measure a speaker’s effectiveness. The SPICE Model is helping speakers and organizations improve the seminar experience. READ MORE —>

Raising the Bar — Code

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So you are thumbing through a magazine and stumble upon an ad that includes a postage-stamp sized graphic with a black & white interlaced pattern. What’s this?

You wonder if it is a close-up view of some image, so magnified that only a few square pixels are in view. Actually, the graphic is an image of data. It is simply a two-dimensional barcode, just waiting to be accessed — using your cell phone! Read more… →

Connecting Flight Theory

IMHO:)

I operate under the assumption that I should be on-time for whatever activity or responsibility I have planned. While some delays can’t be avoided, they could be anticipated. Over the years, I have built a vast database of travel nuances, patterns, and habits that have become my guiding principles in getting from place to place. One of these precepts is my CONNECTING FLIGHT THEORY. Read more… →

Multimedia or Multi-MANIA?

There is a fine line between the use and the abuse of technology elements. In a featured article published in the PresentationXpert newsletter, Tom Mucciolo shares some techniques for incorporating animation, video, sound, and slide transitions into presentations.

Read the whole story: Keep multimedia from morphing into multi-mania

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