Association for Learning Technology Online Newsletter
Issue 1   Friday, August 5, 2005

ISSN 1748-3603

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Feature article
More than just e-Learning: Sakai so far
ALT news
Executive Secretary's Report
Director's Report
News from members
Your views on implementing accessibility regulations
Project updates
Skills for access: Putting the world to rights for accessibility and multimedia
Conference reviews
EdTech 2005, the sixth annual Irish educational technology users' conference
Legal issues of online learning environments: a JISC legal conference
Software reviews
Macromedia Breeze v5
Learning Activity Management Sequences (LAMS)
Hints and tips
Scenario-based learning using PowerPoint
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Hints and tips
Scenario-based learning using PowerPoint
by Penny Everett

Scenario-based learning puts students in a situation or context and exposes them to issues, challenges and dilemmas and asks them to apply knowledge and practice skills relevant to the situation. The student navigates through by choosing options and is given feedback based upon their choice. Many people do not realise that they already use software that will enable them to offer scenario-based learning activities to their students. This article describes how you can use Microsoft PowerPoint to create interactive scenario-based learning activities by using hyperlinks and Action buttons to move between slides, documents and URLs.
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