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Q2 PowerPoint Presentation October 2016
Your presentation should have the following features:
At least 12 slides—I would encourage you to have about 20.
At least one clip art picture — drawing
At least one digital image — photograph
At least two shape graphics (At least one of them should have text in
5) A list with bullets. The list must be animated so that items appear one
at a time.
6) Your full name and slide numbers on every slide in the footer
7) At least two smart art objects (at least one should be a list).
8) Custom Animation
a) On at least one slide you should have objects that appear one after
the other automatically.
b) When the second object appears, the first disappears…
c) This slide must have at least 3 objects (pictures/text boxes…)
9) Slide Transitions—do not use random
10) An appropriate title slide
11) The slides should have a consistent design/theme
12) Linked object — At least one picture with a link to a web page.
You will also have to demonstrate the presentation in class. Do not
read the bullet points.
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Presentation Topics (2015):
Wearable technology
Discuss at least 3 types
Talk about the features, pros and cons
How do experts believe this topic will develop in the future?
Have there been any failures of products in this category?
What’s the current state of Google glass – is it still around? Was it a good case study?
Girls who code
What is it? A movement? A company? What are the goals?
Who are some of the big corporate players involved?
What are the ultimate goals of this idea?
What are some of the cultural or diversity aspects of this topic?
Are there any local efforts on this topic? Chicago? Western Suburbs?
Hour of code
Tell me about it. The ideas behind it.
Actually follow up and DO the Hour of Code. Tell me about your experience.
Who are some of the corporate sponsors of this movement? What do they have to gain?
Tell me about some national experiments using Hour of Code.
Educational robotics curriculum/programs in grammar schools
Describe the ideas, cite several programs
What kind of coaching does this take? Is this part of a school curriculum or an extra-curricular
activity? Tell me about the commitment that the kids have to make, as well as the adults.
Are there any local schools in the Chicago area doing this?
Technology in this generation
Are children under 12 now growing up in a different TECHNOLOGICAL world than college-age
students did?
How is it different, and what does that mean for them?
What does a grammar school classroom look like now, in terms of technology? Is it different
depending on the type of school: public/private; suburban/urban?
What are frequently used technology in grammar school classrooms?
Disruptive technologies
What are they? Why are they called disruptive? What are the effects of disruptive technology on
an organization?
Where are they the most embraced? What sorts of industries? Give examples and talk about 3
different industries.
What sorts of technology started out being extremely disruptive that we now are so reliant on,
and can’t imagine living without? How did that happen, culturally? How did it move from
disruptive to acceptance?
What might be the next big disruptive technology?
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What is a MOOC? Where are they used? What do they accomplish?
Are MOOCs well received? Are they popular? Do we have any here at DU? One in development.
Tell me about it.
What are the most popular MOOC’s? Give a short case study of 3.
What is the future of MOOCs?
Identity Chips
Talk about the types of identity chips
Who/what do they track?
What are some of the controversies surrounding this topic
Genetically engineered food and technology
What part does technology play in genetically engineered food?
Talk about the controversies around using GMO’s to solve hunger world-wide
Where do 3D printers fit into this conversation?
Automobiles and technology:
What are some of the new technologies in cars? Both for consumer use and maintenance/repair
How have these technologies changed the way we think about our cars?
What are some of the predicted technologies to be added to cars in the next decade?
Tell me something NEW about drones
What are the current rulings or laws about drones and personal use?
What companies are using drones and for what purposes?
What companies are talking about using drones, and for what purposes?
3-D Printing:
Talk about 3D printers and how they are being used, in what industries
What are the types of materials used in a 3D printer?
What does the term additive manufacturing mean, in regards to 3D Printing?
Is there any regulation of things manufactured by 3D printers? Is that industry specific?
More PowerPoint topics Fall 2016 (some are repeated from 2015)
1. Wearable technology for health and wellness: current items (Fitbit) and what might be in the
future (nutrition)
2. Assistive technology – technology that assists people with disabilities (education)
3. Clothing design and construction – how has technology changed this industry? (fashion or
apparel merch)
4. Voice digital assistants– compare/contrast: Siri, Amazon Alexa, Cortana (marketing)
5. 3D printing – Take this topic anywhere you like. DU’s library has a 3D printer. (general)
6. 3D printing related to food and curing hunger worldwide (nutrition)
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Genetically Modified Organism’s and technology (nutrition)
Drones/bots and delivery services (business)
Automobiles and technology – what are some of the current trends? (general)
Disruptive technologies – what are the short and long term issues? Tell a few stories about
disruptive technologies that have made the news. (general)
Data analytics and big data – what is big data? What are analytics? What is data mining?
(accounting, business)
Compare/contrast streaming services: Netflix, Hulu, Amazon prime, YouTube paid subscription
Technology in homes – smart homes – what are domotics? (fashion, marketing)
Data mining in medicine/healthcare (business)
Cloud Computing and data security (CIS)
Data breaches and the PR damage to a company (Marketing, communications, business)
Has technology killed the book? How about book publishing? How about book stores?
MOOCs in higher education. Does DU have one? Yes, affiliated with the IFYC (education)
Social media and public gaffes (Communications majors)
Social media and customer service
Grammar school/middle school education and classroom/teaching apps
Technology certifications- specifically Office and the job market
Hour of Code (CIS)
Girls who code- the movement. (CS) (sociology)
The Array of things sensors that the City of Chicago has just installed (engineering)
Algorithms and computers: teaching computers how to be sensitive
QR codes – are they still a thing? How usable are they?
Informatics – what is it, and did you know DU has a program? (accounting, business, library)
Antivirus and your phone – is it necessary?
Breakthroughs in Artificial intelligence
Cloud computing – how does this change small businesses?
Technology crimes
Autonomous cars
How do police “predict” crimes? (criminology, sociology)
Technology and language learning(Spanish, French)
Data mining in sports (athlete)
Health related phone apps
Dressing room technology (Fashion, marketing)
Wrigley Field and the way technology has changed it (athletes)
The technology related to professional sports and tracking scores (marketing)
Gamification in the classroom – how is this accomplished through technology? (Education)
Art history and technology
Elections and technology – how has the evolving technologies contributed to political campaigns
and the way they are now run? Is running an election a very agile thing?
A topic you get approved by me.
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