My Year on Slideshare

So, my readers know I love; my students now have two assignments they must share with others on what’s becoming THE place to share and spread deck and infographic-based content. But, you might have also noticed I’ve been quite silent on Slideshare lately. I produced on average one new deck per month in 2012; that’s fallen to only four decks and three infographics for all of 2013. I admit, some of this has been work with my courses and my baby, the Liberal Studies department Round Table (which is being rebranded as the Liberal Studies Brown Bag Extravaganza for 2014), but a lot of it has come from a serious lack of inspiration to ideate. I’m working on my first upload of 2014, based on my content development series, as well as the next infographic, analyzing Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I have a dream” as well as one more deck on creating infographics as a teaching tool, but apart from developing my teaching portfolio, I haven’t found my way to the level of design-awesomeness I saw myself create in decks like “Your Speech is Toxic” or “Simple Design.” However, I happened to click on a link on my Slideshare homepage touting that my content was among the top 1% most viewed on Slideshare in 2013 and it got me thinking–I need to get back in the game! So, it’s on 2014. Time to step it up, put my design glasses back on and iterate, iterate, iterate!


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One thought on “My Year on Slideshare

  1. Roar Sweetly says:

    Congratulations, that is so impressive and I can’t wait to see more of your slides!

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