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This guide will give you some tips on moving beyond standard PowerPoint slides when you are creating a presentation for classes, conferences, or work.
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Whether you are preparing a presentation for a class assignment, getting ready to teach a course, presenting at a conference or creating a video presentation for the web, this guide will give you options for moving beyond PowerPoint and for integrating mobile technology into your presentations. 

If you are interested in other training information on this or other technology topics, I would recommend taking a look at the videos on Lynda.com. The Law School Library has a subscription to Lynda.com; students interested in trying it out can stop by the reference desk for access.

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As the Emerging Technologies and Research Librarian, Carli Spina teaches classes on legal research and technology topics, conducts research consultations, develops guides to both substantive law and technological topics, and works on a wide range of web projects for the Harvard Law School Library.
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