Today's post contains a little bit about a lot of things, including:
In the context of Hybrid Summit, we asked our participants to create an "Elevator Pitch" to prospective students, selling those students who have not yet registered for classes on the benefits of taking their hybrid courses. Participants were allowed to choose the form of their pitch - either an infographic, or a very short video.
WHAT'S AN ELEVATOR PITCH?
Elevator Pitches: Showcasing Your Business [from Purdue University]
Elevator pitches got their name because they were originally associated with entrepreneurs who had the time it took for an elevator to go from the lobby to the executive suite (about 2 minutes) to convince a would-be investor of the value of his or her business or invention. The concept has evolved and is now used to fit a variety of important interactions.
Here is a Google Slide deck that provides the student with:
Why did I share these slides with you?
Here's your "Tip-within-a-Tip":
Back in February, I shared "How Many Words is an Infographic Worth?"
In that post, I talked about the benefits of infographics, and I provided some resource links, but the interactive slides included in today's post have resources, pros/cons, and tutorials for:
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