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Google Slides is a slideshow creation tool. Use Google Slides for collaborating with colleagues and for commenting on slideshows. The publishing tool in Google Slides makes it very easy to embed your slideshows into a blog or website.
Make a cool photo show with music! Great for personal stuff as well as class presentations. You will need an account. You may have a free acct with limited features. Or, see Mrs. Nocita for access to the library account.
interactive poster maker Glogster EDU - 21st century multimedia tool for educators, teachers and students | Text, Images, Music and Video. Sort of a virtual poster, but prettier. You will need an account. See Mrs. Nocita
Empressr is a fully functional, high quality, online slide show presentation creation and sharing service. Empressr has a couple of features differentiating it from its competitors. The first feature of note is the option of embedding video from multiple sources into your slide show. The second feature of note is Empressr's editor which allows users to draw, create, or edit images inside their slides. Empressr slideshows can be embedded anywhere.
This is an example of just how creative Prezi can allow you to be when you use it to create a presentation. Watch it not for the content of the presentation (which is marketing for an advertising firm) but for the creativity and use of tools. You'll get an idea of how you can use to Prezi to make a creative, memorable presentation.
slide:ology The Art and Science of Creating Great Presentations
Slide-Ology by Nancy Duarte
Publication Date: 2008-08-14
Connect with specific audiences
Turn ideas into informative graphics
Use sketching and diagramming techniques effectively
Create graphics that enable audiences to process information easily
Develop truly influential presentations
Utilize presentation technology to your advantage
Default graphs are usually bad news from a visual perspective, and bad visuals lead to less audience comprehension. This post takes you through one graph step-by-step and provides some helpful design tips along the way.