Monday, April 7, 2014

Presentation tools

Examples of presentation tools


Powtoons

http://youtu.be/Y3umfuC_oFk?t=23s

Glogster

LIke an online bulletin board only more versatile. glogster allows you to add pictures, voice, video, and text over a background of your choosing. A great way to ease students and teachers from traditional to virtual. 

http://dendari.edu.glogster.com/introduction-to-abraham-maslow/
http://dendari.edu.glogster.com/digital-citizenship/

VoiceThread

Great for classroom discussions and presentation. Start with a visual prompt and ask students to respond or give students and topic and ask them to present using their own pictures. 

https://voicethread.com/?#u955405.b1225685.i6606885

Haiku Deck

This is basically powerpoint and just works on the iPad and the web, but it solves the two most common problems in student presentations - too many bullet points, and stolen or uncited pictures. Each slide limits you to a title and one line or text, it them suggests pictures based on the text. all the pictures supplied by HaikuDeck have the citation already embedded. 
 
http://www.haikudeck.com/p/U58iexoexX/title

Smore

Create flyers for any occasion and share them easily. Printing is also an option. 

https://www.smore.com/1ffx

Narrable

Tell a story with your pictures. You can record a voice comment on each picture. 

https://narrable.com/app#narrables/rsi1v6

Prezi

The original non-linear power point replacement. The movement around the screen can give your presentation a deeper meaning or it can make everyone seasick. 

http://prezi.com/anqr19uyxr2l/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy

SlideSpeech

Slide speech reads your speaker notes for each slide giving your presentation a voice of its own. It also helps keep presentations short and to the point. 

http://slidespeech.com/s/gielhRyaen/

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