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No PowerPoint makes you focus on the audience

Last thursday I was at the HR award of Schelstraete & Desmedt (being an ex employee of the executive search office). At the reception I spoke with two professors of Ehsal who told me that they too used PowerPoint everyday when teaching at university. One of them told me this however : a while ago there was a technical problem and he could not use the PowerPoint he had prepared. And this is what he said ‘I think it was one of my best lectures. I was not looking at a screen because there was nothing to see. I really spoke to my students and they listened to me and it was just great…’