How to include equations in Turning Point (zapper) questions

October 2, 2009 at 3:25 pm | Posted in software | Leave a comment
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I’ve produced some advice about how to include maths expressions in questions and/or answer choices, which is clearly a neccessity in maths, science and engineering quizzes. I plan to produce a short video sometime soon as well. While I was researching this, I also came across a TeX plug-in for Powerpoint that elegantly enables you to include high-quality equations in PowerPoint presentations – its called TEX4PPT, is a free download and was (hurrah) produced by a student at this University – sadly it doesn’t work with PowerPoint 2007.

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