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How to create presentations in 10 easy steps

How to create presentations in 10 easy steps | fisica | Scoop.it
Follow these 10 rules to create professional presentations that will make a significant difference in traction and results. The Must Read ultimate guide to creating better engaging Presentations.

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Fátima Campilho's curator insight, May 29, 2013 9:58 AM

Boas ideias e nova ferramenta de apresentação.

Gary Harwell's curator insight, June 18, 2013 1:45 AM

Our students can benefit from this as opposed to "It seems like a good idea"

Gary Harwell's curator insight, June 18, 2013 1:46 AM

Can ouor students benefit from this?

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Neptune has a Giant Blue Spot, just like Jupiter has a Giant Red Spot

Neptune has a Giant Blue Spot, just like Jupiter has a Giant Red Spot | fisica | Scoop.it

This is how Neptune's Great Dark Spot and rings may have looked in 1989 from a position just beneath Neptune's ring plane. The outermost Adams ring is near the top of the frame, and beneath that is the much broader and diffuse Lassell ring. Further in toward Neptune and abutting the Lassell ring is the thin LeVerrier ring, and beyond that is the diffuse Galle ring.

The Great Dark Spot is believed to be a storm similar to, but only half the size of, Jupiter's Great Red Spot. While Jupiter's Great Red Spot has been raging for at least 400 years, subsequent observations of Neptune's Great Dark Spot in 1994 by the Hubble Space Telescope revealed that this storm has since disappeared.

 

The Great Dark Spot was a very dynamic weather system, generating massive, white clouds similar to high-altitude cirrus clouds on Earth. Unlike cirrus clouds on Earth however, which are composed of crystals of water ice, Neptune's cirrus clouds are made up of crystals of frozen methane. Neptune's clouds are driven by winds of 1,200 mph, the fastest winds of any planet in the Solar System. How such high-velocity winds come to be on a planet so far from the Sun is still a mystery.


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Free Technology for Teachers: Video - How to Insert Images Into Google Forms

Free Technology for Teachers: Video - How to Insert Images Into Google Forms | fisica | Scoop.it

"Thanks to Brent Catlett, this afternoon I learned that you can now insert images into your Google Forms. Brent posted some screenshots of the process. After trying it out myself, I created a short video of the process. The video is embedded below.'


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Martí Matute Solà's curator insight, May 14, 2013 12:24 PM

S'hauria de fer servir més...

lalita pradeep's curator insight, May 14, 2013 10:35 PM

I guess,this is very useful....thnxzzzz

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