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PowerPoint has been described as everything from pointless and boring, to downright evil. Yet, great visual aids can improve understanding and increase student achievement on assessments. Don’t abandon this ubiquitous tool just yet. You can make PowerPoint an interesting and engaging part of your classroom experience. In this workshop, you’ll receive takeaway strategies to use text for maximum impact, create visual impact, and increasing readability.

Lunch will be provided.

This workshop is offered by UTSA Teaching and Learning Services.


Presented By:


William Earnest
William EarnestAssistant Professor of Communication, St. Edward's University
William “Billy” Earnest, author of Save Our Slides, is a presentation consultant and Assistant Professor of Communication at St. Edward’s University in Austin. Since joining the faculty in 2005, he regularly teaches courses that include Presentational Speaking, Media & Professional Presentations, Persuasion, Intercultural Communication, and Lying & Deception. He has Ph.D. and Master’s degrees from The University of Texas at Austin, and has been on the faculty of UT’s McCombs School of Business.