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Presentation Tools: Presentation Tools

Good Design

Options

Canva

Google Drawings

Adobe Spark

Postermywall.com

WeVideo

 

Other Options: 

Green Screen 

Audacity - Podcast

Turn in to Canvas

Turn in the document to Canvas as a PDF file.  Each source has a different way to make the file a pdf.  For assistance, please see your librarians.

* Canva:  Go to Download Now.  Choose PDF.

* Google Drawings: Go to FILE > DOWNLOAD AS > PDF.

* Adobe Spark: Click DOWNLOAD in the top, left corner.  It downloads as a .jpg, but don't despair.  Go to the following link. Upload the file to convert. Download as a pdf file.  https://smallpdf.com/jpg-to-pdf

* Postermywall.com:  Choose Download (top, left corner) and then click the FREE version.  It downloads as a .jpg, but don't despair.  Go to the following link. Upload the file to convert. Download as a pdf file.  https://smallpdf.com/jpg-to-pdf

 

Green Screen

Create a video using the Green Screen app on the library iPads.

*Create a script.

*Determine the background(s) for your video.

*Learn a little about Green Screen.  Tutorials

*Put the video together in iMovie to make it fancy.

Infographic

Infographic is a visual representation of facts - usually very "numbers" based.  

Piktochart: Limited downloading features for free.

Google Slides:  Change the slide size to a custom size.  

 

Audacity/Podcast

Create an audio presentation using Audacity or other software.  Save as an .mp3.

Use Voice Record Pro on your device as well.

iMovie

iMovie is available on the library desktop Macs and iPads.  It is also a free app on newer iPhones.

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