Paul Martin Lester
Department of Communications
California State University, Fullerton
Instructional Materials Traditional Needs Supply Needs *notes blackboards, chalk, pen, eraser, overhead projector, computer, software textbook na (unless you write it yourself) *syllabus computer, software, printer, copier handouts computer, software, printer, copier workbook na (unless you write it yourself) *overheads overhead projector, computer, software, printer, acetate, copier Visual Needs slides slide projector, telephoto lens, hand control audio tape/cd player, speakers film film projector television cable, monitor, overhead projector, audio videotapes vcr, monitor, overhead projector, audio laser discs laser player, monitor, overhead projector, audio floppy disks computer, software, monitor, overhead projector, audio cd-roms computer, software, monitor, overhead projector, audio virtual reality computer, software, monitor, overhead projector, audio, headsets, gloves Communication Needs telephony voicemail, fax e-mail computer, software, modem/direct, account listservers computer, software, modem/direct, account bulletin boards computer, software, modem/direct, account chat (web/telnet) computer, software, modem/direct video conferences computer, software, modem/direct, camera, monitor *world wide web computer, software, modem/direct Other Needs classroom light dimmers, temperature control, specialty lighting, microphone laboratory staff/student assistant, paper training books, travel, time*the instructional materials I will discuss
PowerPoint Overhead Presentations 1. Start PowerPoint. 2. Click AutoContent Wizard. 3. Click OK. 4. Click Next. 5. Type in class name. 6. Type in your name. 7. Type in other information. 8. Click Next. 9. Click in the Training button. 10. Click Next. 11. Click Finish. 12. Replace the canned headings for your points. For a computer-based overhead projection system: 13. Pull down from the View menu item and select Slide Show. 14. Select All and Manual Advance (default settings) and Click Show. 15. Press enter/return to advance the slides. For an acetate-based overhead projector: 16. Put acetate sheets in your color printer. 17. Pull down from the File menu item and select Print. 18. In the Print What box, select Slides (default). 19. Save your work. 20. Quit PowerPoint. Creating a Syllabus for the World Wide Web 1.Open your syllabus in the word processing program of your choice. 2. Make sure there is a "hard return" at the end of each line (press enter/return at the end). 3. Save the file as "text only" with the naming procedure: filename.htm (or .html for Mac). 4. Contact the Webmaster for your School/Department. 5. Transfer the file to a Web server. Note the server and directory names. 6. Put the address for your syllabus on your printed version.