Prezi is the shiny, new presentation kid on the block. Its slick interface and non-linear, spatial approach to creating presentations might just be what the doctor ordered to alleviate the boredom of bullet-ridden, text-heavy, mind-numbing presentations that have become the norm. But have PowerPoint and gang really outlived their usefulness?
In my Systems of Belief class, one of the books we are discussing is The 10 Lenses: Your Guide to Living and Working in a Multicultural World. Authored by diversity expert Mark Williams, the book explores how cultural diversity impacts our lives, personal and professional, through the metaphor of a “lens,” patterns of behaviour that are at the core of… Read more →