oalib

Publish in OALib Journal

ISSN: 2333-9721

APC: Only $99

Submit

Search Results: 1 - 10 of 18 matches for " Rosler "
All listed articles are free for downloading (OA Articles)
Page 1 /18
Display every page Item
Cómo evitar la "muerte" por PowerPoint
Rosler,Roberto;
Revista argentina de cardiolog?-a , 2011,
Abstract: the goal of this paper is to report the indifference towards the differences on how to deliver a powerpoint presentation. the "indigestions" due to powerpoint presentations are the consequence of the lack of respect of the neuropsychological concepts of how the homo sapiens perceives, recalls, understands and is motivated and moved by information. avoid entire text block of capital letters, italic text or bold text which make text difficult to read. when deciding what font size to use in your presentation, make sure it is big enough so that the audience can read it. remove unnecessary text from bullet points as no audience enjoys bullet points followed by long runs of text. the background color on the slide should not swallow the letters! the use of laser pointer is a forbidden activity for an audio visual presenter. an image is worth a thousand bullet points. slides have not been created to become a book to be read. slides have been created to be understood, and nothing is better than an image that represents the concept to teach in a metaphorical, analogical or symbolic fashion. use images to evoke specific emotions. remember that images create emotional responses that do not rely on the intellectual ability to be appreciated. using images your audience will be more likely to remember your message. good images, as fragrances, remain in the audience for a long time after the presentation has finished. do not turn off the lights during the presentation unless you are a spy who wants to keep your identity secret!
Los siete pecados capitales delpower point: Como ser un presentador visual y nomorir en el intento
Rosler,Roberto;
Revista argentina de neurocirug?-a , 2006,
Abstract: itis of great importance to use images in your presentations because the majorityof your auditorium will probably be composed of visual creatures, that havefundamentally matured symbolically through images. of all the audiovisualmethods the power point has the advantage of requiring less interaction (merelypressing a button), generating in this way less interruptions in theinformation flow. do not turn off the light during your presentations for tworeasons: 1) the presenter disappears and 2) listening a voice in the darknessonly produces drowsiness. remember that the formal beauty of the image that youinsert in each slide has to be in strict equilibrium with the didacticalclarity. a less "charged" slide relates with a better interpretationfrom the auditorium. the minimum size recommended for letters is 44 points forthe title and 32 points for the text. slides in power point are made to beinterpreted by the auditorium, not to be read. do not control your auditoriumsocular movements with the laser; use the resources of the ppt to do it. therecommendation for this is to use letters without serif: arial, arial black,tahoma and verdana. do not use more than 7 words in capital letters in eachslide. use dark background and light letters in the slide design.
Le mode artistique de la Révolution : de la gentrification à l’occupation (I)
Martha Rosler
Variations : Revue Internationale de Théorie Critique , 2012,
Abstract: L’événement crucial que constituent les démonstrations et occupations publiques des dernières semaines, mois, et même de l’année passée, coiffent toute la discussion sur les luttes, les exodes et les réappropriations du travail cognitif et créatif, en particulier dans le champ des arts visuels. J’ai choisi d’aborder les thèses au sujet de la classe créative à travers ce détour, afin d’élaborer mes arguments à la lumière de ces occupations, de ces révoltes, dans le dessein de réaliser quel...
Power Point y "Seduc@ción"
Roberto Rosler
Revista Argentina de Radiología , 2009,
Abstract:
Los siete pecados capitales delpower point: Como ser un presentador visual y nomorir en el intento
Roberto Rosler
Revista Argentina de Neurocirugía , 2006,
Abstract: Es de granimportancia utilizar imágenes en sus presentaciones ya que muy probablemente lamayor parte de su auditorio estará compuesto por criaturas visuales quefundamentalmente maduraron simbólicamente a través de las imágenes. Dentro delos métodos audiovisuales el Power Point presenta la ventaja de requerir pocainteracción (meramente apretar un tecla) generando así una menor interrupcióndel flujo de información. No apague la luz durante sus presentaciones por dosmotivos importantes: 1) desaparece el presentador y 2) escuchar una voz en laoscuridad sólo induce sue o. Recuerde que la belleza formal de la imagen queusted inserta en cada diapositiva debe estar en un estricto equilibrio con suclaridad didáctica. Cuanto menos "cargada" esté la diapositivamejor será interpretada por su auditorio. Los tama os mínimos de letrasrecomendados son 44 puntos para el título y 32 puntos para el texto. Lasdiapositivas del PPT están echas para ser interpretadas por el auditorio, NO paraser leídas. No controle los movimientos oculares de su auditorio con el láser,utilice los recursos del PPT para hacerlo. Las fuentes aconsejadas son aquellassin serif: Arial, Arial black, Tahoma y Verdana. No coloque más de 7 palabrasen mayúscula por diapositiva. Utilice fondos oscuros y letras claras para eldise o de su diapositiva. Itis of great importance to use images in your presentations because the majorityof your auditorium will probably be composed of visual creatures, that havefundamentally matured symbolically through images. Of all the audiovisualmethods the Power Point has the advantage of requiring less interaction (merelypressing a button), generating in this way less interruptions in theinformation flow. Do not turn off the light during your presentations for tworeasons: 1) the presenter disappears and 2) listening a voice in the darknessonly produces drowsiness. Remember that the formal beauty of the image that youinsert in each slide has to be in strict equilibrium with the didacticalclarity. A less "charged" slide relates with a better interpretationfrom the auditorium. The minimum size recommended for letters is 44 points forthe title and 32 points for the text. Slides in Power Point are made to beinterpreted by the auditorium, NOT to be read. Do not control your auditoriumsocular movements with the laser; use the resources of the PPT to do it. Therecommendation for this is to use letters without serif: Arial, Arial Black,Tahoma and Verdana. Do not use more than 7 words in capital letters in eachslide. Use dark background and light letters in the slide design.
Georg Schaltenbrand: una intersección inesperada entre la estereotaxia y el genocidio nazi
Roberto Rosler
Revista Argentina de Neurocirugía , 2006,
Abstract:
Devolving Jihadism
Aaron Rosler
Journal of Strategic Security , 2010,
Abstract: The danger and effectiveness of religiously motivated terrorist organizations is undeniable. However, a different type of threat is on the rise on the global playing field as a result of the ongoing operations against these organizations. "Devolved" jihadism, Islamist terrorism conducted by native, amateur, untrained and unfunded individuals, or small ad hoc groups, has recently garnered headlines and the attention of terrorists and counterterrorists alike. These devolved jihadist operations are planned and carried out by native members of a country's populace, radicalized in their home country, resulting in the interchangeable monikers of "homegrown" or "grassroots" jihadism.
Osvaldo Guariglia: En camino de una justicia global
Rosler,Andrés;
Revista latinoamericana de filosof?-a , 2010,
Abstract: the book object of this review essay defends a middle course of global justice between a cosmopolitan political uniformity and national particularism so that the nation-state is not incompatible with a cosmopolitan order, on the basis of a hearty kantian practical philosophy. in this review essay some doubts are put across on the quasi-natural development that seems to be assumed by this book according to which all roads lead to kant, and also some doubts on the reading itself of kant which is offered by this book-doubts that might cross over from the strictly exegetical realm into philosophical country.
La lección de anatomía del doctor Nicolaes Tulp: el comienzo de una utopía médica
Rosler,Roberto; Young,Pablo;
Revista médica de Chile , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0034-98872011000400018
Abstract: the anatomy lesson of dr. nicolaes tulp was painted by rembrandt harmen-szoon van rijn at the early age of 26 years. in the xvii century these paintings were very popular in the netherlands, and in this country the cities fourished as cultural centers searching the anatomy knowledge. nicolaes tulp was one of the persons in the center of amsterdam’s scene during xvii century. in 1632 tulp was 39 years old, and he was an anatomist and a surgeon. rembrandt masterly shows an autopsy performed by dr. tulp. this picture is the description of the beginning of a medical intellectual utopia: the absolute visibility of the disease. unfortunately this utopia is blind to the complete visibility of the psycho-socio-cultural dimensions of the ill.
SIEBZIG JAHRE RECHT DES WARENKAUFS VON ERNST RABEL ? WERK- UND WIRKGESCHICHTE
Von Hannes Rosler
Meritum : Revista de Direito da Universidade FUMEC , 2011,
Abstract: Ernst Rabel’s book The Law of Sale of Goods, a study in comparative law, celebrated the 70th birthday in 2006, one year after the 50th anniversary of the death of the greatest German legal comparativist. This jubilee, in conjunction with the 80th anniversary of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut, now the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg, calls for a reflection on the reception of Rabel’s most famous work in German and its importance today. Rabel, who helped found the Institute and served as its first director, laid the groundwork for a worldwide law of sale of goods with his oeuvre. He himself had proposed the conception of such an international law of sale of goods in 1928 and published a Draft of a Uniform Law of Sale of Goods in 1935. His ideas did not come to fruition until 1964, when the Uniform Law on the Formation of Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (Hague Formation Convention) and the Convention relating to a Uniform Law on the International Sale of Goods (Hague Sales Convention) was passed. But the success of these conventions was limited; they attracted only very few ratifications. Their successor, however, the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) of 1980, has achieved much greater significance: two thirds of international and foreign trade are governed by the CISG. Furthermore, Rabel, who is seen as the founder of modern legal comparison in Germany, also had an impact on the German Civil Code (BGB): when the BGB was modernised in 2002 (also to implement several EC directives), the CISG and Rabel’s suggestions were partly used as a model. For example, the rules on warranty (Gew hrleistungsrecht) as well as impossibility were integrated into the general rules on breach of contract, as he had proposed.
Page 1 /18
Display every page Item


Home
Copyright © 2008-2017 Open Access Library. All rights reserved.