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YouTube How-To: PowerPoint Video Talk

We watched this in class. Use this - or your preferred methodology - for making a presentation for the Lightening Talk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJUXlL3rHzA

Very Short Guides: PRI Publications
Evolution and Creationism: A Very Short Guide (2009)
Warren Allmon
Climate Change - Past, Present, and Future: a Very Short Guide (2010) Allmon, et al.
The Science Beneath the Surface: A Very Short Guide to the Marcellus Shale
PowerPoints/PDFs
 
 
NICE Network: Public Engagement with Science
Cook and Lewendowski; (2001)   "The Debunker's Handbook" 

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