Even the most engaging content can lose an audience’s attention after a period of time. Add information fatigue to the mix and it’s easy to see how a disconnection occurs. In this course, we learn how to add interactivity to presentations to captivate an audience, even when distraction is pulling their focus away.
Advanced 8 Lessons 60 Minutes CPD Credits
About This Course
The most well-structured slide deck cannot compensate for audience fatigue and distraction, so building interactivity into it will help hold their attention. In this course, you’ll learn how to do that with a range of functionality built into PowerPoint.
Across 8 lessons, you’ll learn how to add subtle movement into slides with transitions and animations, build audience participation into the deck with forms and quizzes, and engage your audience with visuals of you speaking.
By the end of the course, you’ll know how to add interactivity to your well-structured presentation, easing the potential for fatigue and improving engagement.
Master Zoom and Morph functionality
Build motion paths
Use Forms and Add-Ins
Present with the Cameo tool
Record a presentation