What is a non-linear PowerPoint presentation?
A non-linear presentation simply means that you won’t necessarily start at slide 1 and then proceed to slide 2, 3, 4 etc. The slides will be structured in a similar way to a website. This allows the presenter to respond to their audience’s area of interest by clicking on a topic which is hyperlinked.
Which are examples of non-linear presentations?
A non-linear presentation is like choosing your own adventure. But it has the added benefits of keeping everything you need to say in one deck. For example, you’re a travelling salesperson who has information on multiple countries like Australia, New Zealand, the U.S., and England.
Is PowerPoint linear or nonlinear?
– create a presentation in nonlinear fashion. Traditionally, our experience with slide show presentations is linear. In other words, the only way to get to the middle of a presentation is to go through each slide before — to follow a straight line. Nonlinear, however, is very different.
What is linear presentation?
Most presentations start at the beginning then each slide is presented one after another in numerical order. This is called a ‘Linear presentation’. Slide 1 is followed by Slide 2 then Slide 3 and so on. In a linear presentation there is no facility to jump to out-of-order slides.