Are we just posting one or two slides and then speaking in class or are we presenting this overall final project as a class wide Pecha Kucha?
If we are creating one presentation where are we all posting our slides and who is putting them together, I already finished all of my materials
What you all seemed to be saying last week was that you would all produce one (or I guess two slides) and you would send them to me. I would arrange them and then each member of class would have roughly 2 to 3 minutes (remember one double spaced page of text is 2 minutes of talking time) to talk while your slide ran. If that's still what people intend to do, those slides need to be posted by 9:00 AM tomorrow.
Should we post the slides on Dropbox? Also I put a voice recording over my slides, should I remove that?
Yes. The slides can be put in drop box. I don't think people should record their voices. I think that given the fact that people will be there folks should expect to talk for a few minutes.
I'm going to post this here and email this as well. So I've gone through all of the slides I got from Drop Box. I did make some changes. First, there was no consistent design on the slides. I picked something green that didn't mess up spacing too much. You'll have to live with it. Mostly I'm sorry to David who had quite a lot of design in his slides.
For some of you, there was way, way, way too much text on the slides. So I had to either separate the slides into multiple slides and/or cut some of the text that you had.
You'll see how I've organized it: I start with the social media strategy, then I go into specific examples of strategies: Facebook, which they have, then Vlogging, snap chat, twitter, then tumbler. Then I have the print media that I've got so far--stall street journal. then Katie's stuff on how they can do all of this.
Now, as the slides go, I think they are fine, but I've got some concern that this rather generic. There is nothing there that is specific to BSU except the internship stuff and some of the snap chat stuff and the stall street journal. You are all welcome to go in and edit for the next two hours, and I will add as I receive new slides, but regardless, I'd like to suggest that you offer SUGGESTIONS SPECIFIC TO THE BSU CENTER when you are talking. You might take one of the stories that was included in that document and talk john through how he would turn that into a tweet or a twitter or a snapchat or a blog post.
Also, just a head's up: It turned out I didn't get the car today. You can't carry trays of hot food on the T. It's an unwritten rule. So I'm going to have to order pizza.
One other thing: I created two introductory slides: one identifying the problems you all identified last week (taken from my notes) and one setting up the solutions that the presentation will present (also from my notes). Please correct, Patrick L. what you called the passive something or another. I just wrote passive.
Never mind us, we're just using this space to have class in.