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 High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2007, DOI: 10.1134/S1063778807060105 Abstract: We consider the possibilities of studying a supernova collapse neutrino burst at Baksan Neutrino Observatory (Institute for Nuclear Research, Russian Academy of Sciences) using the prposed 5-kt target-mass liquid scintillation spectrometer. Attention is given to the influence of mixing angle ${\theta}_{13}$ on the expected rates and spectra of neutrino events.
 Jens E. Kjeldsen Seminar.net , 2006, Abstract: The presentation program PowerPoint is probably the most used tool in the schools, high schools and universities of today. The use of this program, however, comes at a cost, because it is not just a different and neutral way of teaching. Like the use of any technology, PowerPoint affects not only the way we present and teach, but also the way we think, learn and understand. The program carries an inherent tendency to crate fragmentation of thought and cognitive overload. In order to avoid this we should stop thinking in terms of technology and begin to think rhetorically. What we need is media rhetoracy: the ability to communicate persuasively and appropriately.
 Journal of the Research Center for Educational Technology , 2007, Abstract: I team-teach with two other fourth grade teachers who share an interest in helping students discover their heritage. Previously we have had our students create booklets that recorded interviews with elder family members and included pictures from home of their families. Due to my involvement with the Research Center for Educational Technology (RCET) and a mentorship project they hosted, I was awarded a \$1,000.00 grant from RCET and the Jennings Foundation. I recognized that my experience with PowerPoint presentations and our ancestry projects were a perfect platform for the mentorship project. Rather than have the students produce booklets, we would help the students develop PowerPoint presentations that would replace paper and print with multi-media.
 Mehmet GULTEKIN The Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education , 2006, Abstract: The purpose of this study is to determine the attitudes of preschool teacher candidates studying through distance education approach towards teaching profession and to determine their perception levels of teaching competency. The population and sampling of the study were the senior students of Anadolu University, Open Education Faculty, Preschool Teacher Training Undergraduate Program. The study was conducted through 957 teacher candidates. A survey was used in order to measure the attitudes of teacher candidates towards teaching profession and to determine their perception levels of teaching competency as a data collection instrument for this study. The study revealed that the attitudes of teacher candidates towards teaching profession are quite positive, and their perception levels of teaching competency are very good. Moreover, the teacher candidates consider the program they enrolled in so beneficial for them to gain teaching competencies.
 Intangible Capital , 2013, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3926/ic.370 Abstract: Purpose: This study focuses on whether the use of PowerPoint technology as the main resource to convey information has an effect on students’ learning compared with classes taught without this technology.Design/methodology/approach: The sample consisted of 205 psychology students, divided into four groups, who were taught an ordinary Educational Psychology lesson. In two of these groups, a PowerPoint presentation (19 slides) was used to deliver the contents, while in the other two the same contents were delivered by the professors with the only aid of the blackboard. After the lesson, students’ learning was assessed by means of a questionnaire consisting of ten multiple-choice items.Findings: Results showed significant differences (p < 0.000), with the scores of the groups without PowerPoint an average of 19% higher than the groups with PowerPoint.Originality/value: The use of technology can have a very positive influence on learning, provided that its use fits the circumstances inherent in learning.
 Yücel GEL？？L？ Journal of Kirsehir Education Faculty , 2009, Abstract: That learning environments are supported with the educational materials increase the quality of learning. In this study, the question “what the effectiveness is of courses presentation with power point” has been answered. Descriptive research is used in this study. The sample of the research was composed of 137 third year students from Gazi University. The lessons were done by the researcher with PowerPoint presentation and supported by the student based activities. The data were collected by the 19 item-scale which was prepared by the researcher. While analyzing t-test and one way ANOVA were used. To find out the source of difference, Tukey test was applied but Dunnet test was used if there was no homogeneity. According to the students participated in this study, the lessons supplemented with the activities depending on the power points basically has turned out to be insufficient in terms of the effectiveness of the courses and there have to be additional tools to increase the effectiveness of lessons
 Yuh-Tyng Chen Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology , 2012, Abstract: The purpose of this study was to construct a cost-effective and time-efficient presentation tool-an interactive PowerPoint for rural school teachers, the interactive PowerPoint, by integrating multimedia and modularity concepts into the PowerPoint. In this study, the interactive PowerPoint was designed for rural school teachers who had encountered the shortage of educational sources. An empirical study was conducted to examine the effects of teachers cognitive attitude of learning. The results of questionnaire and interviews showed that the rural school teachers were positively confirmed the usefulness of interactive PowerPoint, more satisfied with the presentation atmosphere and willingly applied to their work and shared with their colleague.
 Selen Altunata Hyle : International Journal for Philosophy of Chemistry , 2001, Abstract: essay of Chemistry and Humanity: Challenges our Profession Faces as we Advance Towards the Third Millenium
 Revista chilena de radiología , 2006, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-93082006000300004 Abstract: teaching or research material is an important part of the work for health professionals. effectiveness of an oral presentation depends on the ability of the speaker to communicate with the audience. some individuals are born with the skills of an effective public speaker. most of us need to learn these skills and must be continually improving them. powerpoint software is an useful tool to develop presentations but is necessary to follow some rules or guides to obtain better results. this article will be focused in work to improve communication with the audience following some general principles and providing tips to develop effective slides by using powerpoint
 颜清 彭小平？ 计算机科学 , 2004, Abstract: 本文阐述了vba技术在powerpoint应用程序中的一些基本技巧，并通过实例展示了vba拓展powerpoint应用程序的开发功能的途径。
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