The following self-assessment is provided to help students determine if they possess the technical skills needed to succeed using technology in the classroom.

 

PowerPoint

If no, select link below to see how.

Full Tutorials

yes
no

1. Create a presentation from the beginning?

Getting Started

 

Electric Teacher

 

PowerPoint in the Classroom

yes
no

2. Delete a slide

Working with Slides

yes
no

3. Create a specific type of slide?

Working with Slides

yes
no

4. Copy a slide from one presentation to another?

Working with Slides

yes
no

5. Insert headers and footers?

Adding Headers & Footers

 

yes
no

6. Create a new presentation from an existing slide show?

Working with Slides

 

yes
no

7. Change the order of slides?

Working with Slides

 

yes
no

8. Find & replace text?

Working with Text

 

yes
no

.9. Apply a design template

Getting Started

 

yes
no

10. Change the text alignments?

Working with Text

 

yes
no

11. Add a picture to a slide?

Adding Graphics

 

yes
no

12. Add bullets to a presentation?

Add Bullets

Outlook Express Online Tutorial

yes
no

13. Add slide transitions?

Add Transitions

 

yes
no

14. Add audio to a slide?

Add Audio

 

yes
no

15. Use navigation tools to present a slide show?

PowerPoint Screen

 

yes
no

16. Insert a hyperlink in a presentation?

Adding Content

 

yes
no

17. Can you save a presentation?

Saving a Presentation

 

 

   

Evaluating Your Score

Click the Calculate Score button above to see how many of the above questions you responded to with a "Yes." Use the following scale to assess how technically prepared you are to complete an online course:

 

17 - 14: Excellent
More than likely you have the necessary technical computer/Internet skills needed to enroll for an Online course.

 

13 - 10: Good

You will need to explore the How to column for the skills you lack. You may be successful in an online course but you will need to ensure you have the skills you lack.


9 or less: Need improvement
It is recommended that you access the provided tutorials or enroll in additional technology courses to help you improve your basic computer and presentation software skills.