Microsoft® PowerPoint 2010: Level 3 provides thorough advanced training of PowerPoint 2010. This text provides more complex skills than those presented in our Level 1 and Level 2 books, but with the same proven instructional design. This is an advanced course that will challenge students. Topics introduced include presentation connection techniques, online collaboration, cloud computing, transporting presentations, and more. The text concludes with an integration lesson.
12+ contact hours
Spiral binding for lay-flat use
Based on the proven Labyrinth Instructional Design
Ideal for self-paced or instructor-led learning environments
Step-by-step, skills-based approach ensures that students master subjects and achieve success quickly
Our real-world focus helps students develop practical skills they can apply immediately
Quick Reference tables covering major tasks (useful for reference outside of class)
Exercises increase in complexity throughout each lesson to challenge students
WebSims supplement our student-friendly lessons to reinforce tasks that are not well suited for computer labs
Instructor support and student resources
New in 2010
Updated case studies throughout; these new companies reflect organizations and situations that students are likely to encounter
Critical Thinking exercises now incorporate work-readiness skills, such as collaboration, writing effectively, public speaking, and more
eLab is a secure, web-based solution that offers automated skills assessment, gradebook management, and extended online training, all through an easy-to-use web interface. An eLab Custom Course option is available for this textbook, including pre-built tests and assignments that you can configure as desired. Students show their skills using a highly realistic interface that is used to simulate the Microsoft Office environment, and every keystroke and every click is recorded so you can review every step they made. eLab's online tool enables you to choose the lessons you want, and eLab will automatically build your custom course. If desired, you can also create your own tests and assignments.