David Wood wrote:I don't even get that far with my white-boarding. My handwriting is famously illegible (even to me ); my spelling largely random and often somewhat individual; and my diagrams are so child-like as to be embarrasing. It's PPT for me every time!
Yup I'd go for that too, I sometimes go back to my own handwriting to try and decipher what I had written especially towards the end of whatever it was I was writing. Drawings, well I have to stick to stick men (people?) and stick aeroplanes. My mountains are triangles. Never did win any awards at art but that is not what I'll be training to do and I hope I can get by with this level of artistic flair!
PowerPoint may be the way to go and am getting better at using its fancy features having to use it more at work over the past number of months but at the end of the day I think I would like to know I can do it the old fashioned way as a white board and running-out pens may be the only facility available to me at the time.
From what I've read, plenty of practice will be had on the course itself!