Digital Humanities presentations are show-and-tell programs created with software that adds interactivity and multimedia for an immersive learning experience. They can be built to operate with a real-life presenter or in standalone, “kiosk” mode. In general, DH presentation projects teach students...
- How to use multimedia to bolster or clarify an argument
- How to use pacing, transitions, and audio expressiveness to good effect
- How practice and rehearsal contribute to a successful presentation
- Microsoft PowerPoint—PowerPoint is a well-established, feature-rich, video-ready presentation tool
- Prezi–Prezi is a flexible, spatially organized presentation tool
- How to Build a “Ken Burns”-style Multimedia Presentation Using PowerPoint (PPT), by Tim Lulofs
- My First Prezi, a video tutorial by Prezi.com