This is a living page and I’ll be adding resources to it as I go on. For now (last updated November 2015), the following resources are available.
The following resources will be useful for you as you go through the learning experience that is PowerPoint 2013.
- From foundation skills to becoming an advanced PowerPoint 2013 guru head over to Microsoft for a range of video resources to help you improve your skills: https://support.office.com/
- Among the better sites for learning (and free which is always good) is the GCF Learn Free site. Their PowerPoint 2013 training tutorials are excellent for those wanting to learn and grow their skills and set up very well if you’re seeking to learn PowerPoint 2013.
- http://www.customguide.com/cheat-sheets/ – Over 100 free printable cheat sheets are yours to use, distribute, and share at your organization
- http://ncdae.org/resources/cheatsheets/ also have a great range of cheat sheets for the PowerPoint beginner, as well as other programs in the MS office family. See also below for more information on the site
- Having trouble inserting YouTube videos into your PowerPoint 2013 presentations? Luckily there’s a fix for the changes introduced by YouTube’s wonksters. Follow this link to find out how to resolve the issues and insert YouTube videos into your presentations again.
Developing Accessible Content
- When you look at creating accessible content one good site with the focus on Microsoft Office programs is the National Center on Disability and Access to Education (NCDAE). There are some very good ideas for the trainer aiming for inclusiveness in their training material development as possible.