Archive for May, 2009

Safe Teaching over Swine Flu: E-learning with Video Slideshow

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Despite an official denial of affection on teaching, the ongoing expansion of influenza A (H1N1), nicknamed swine flu, is bringing a new campaign of school closing in some states of the most affected countries. According to the latest report from Teaching Life Today, up to 300 schools with nearly 170,000 students have been shut in [...]

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Free PowerPoint Templates for Mother’s Day

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This Mother’s Day is a bit different. One the one hand, a number of outdoor activities you have planned for mum is going to be spoiled by the horrible swine flu (formally called Influenza A H1N1). On the other hand, it is an opportunity for people to stay more with their family at home, the [...]

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Sound in PowerPoint Strikes on another Computer

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The sound problem is one that frequently vexes PowerPoint presenters. Your PowerPoint presentation with a sound plays well on your home or office computer. However, when you move it to the spotlight, usu. a different computer from yours, the sound seems missing. So where has it gone? Four possible situations should be the chief culprits [...]

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Insert YouTube video clips to PowerPoint presentation

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The lasting popularity of YouTube and PowerPoint on Internet see a big success in the marriage of the two. It is really a piece of cake to make an interaction between a YouTube video and a PowerPoint presentation due to an abundant surge of software media. To insert a video clip from YouTube, you can [...]

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DVD and video Photo Albums for Mother’s Day

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The second Sunday of May is Mother’s Day, a special occasion for mothers, grandmothers and mothers-to-be, the greatest group nurturing and raising our families. Are you ready to present our honorable mothers with the warmest wish? You may gift your mom a cute card, a thankful poem, a banquet of flowers or anything that caters [...]

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