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Anne McCormack

Slides Carnival - Free presentation templates - 61 views

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    Free presentation templates
Michele Brown

SlideTalk - turn your presentations into engaging talking videos - 83 views

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    "Share your powerpoint presentations, eLearning content, business presentations and tutorials as engaging talking videos, by using high-quality and multilingual text-to-speech technology, with no need for expensive and time-consuming voice recordings. "
Randy Rodgers

Create Interactive Presentations, Animations and infographics - HTML5 Presenter by Easy... - 132 views

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    Slick-looking, Web-based presentation creation tool. Html5-based, so will work on iOS devices.
Michele Rosen

Presentation Software that Inspires | Haiku Deck - 76 views

shared by Michele Rosen on 25 Jan 13 - No Cached
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    This is a presentation creating app for iPads. Enter a few titles and pieces of text and the app finds stunning images for you to choose from to add to your slides. The finished creations use html and can be viewed on most web enabled computers, tablets and mobiles. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
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    Free iPad app
Martin Burrett

Sparkol - 91 views

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    A nice presentation creator where you add images and text to the sections and the site makes stylish slides for you. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
Carol Mortensen

Ahead - Playground for creative minds - 7 views

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    Readu tp make an online impression?
Paul Hieronymus

HelloSlide - Bring your slides to life - 193 views

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    A useful presentation site which allows users to add text to voice audio commentary to a slideshow which then runs like a video with the slides and audio in sync. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
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    Simply type the speech for each slide, instead of recording it, and HelloSlide automagically generates the audio. It gives more exposure to your presentations, making them searchable, editable, and available in 20 different languages.
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    Add speech to your presentations
Suz Arnott

FREE PowerPoint Twitter Tools | SAP Web 2.0 - 191 views

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    what a wonderful tool... making interactivity in presentations much easier... no gadgets, just a phone for students to tweet with... very cool
Wayne Holly

Reel - Present your ideas and reel in the feedback - 76 views

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    A superb HTML5 site where you can upload PDFs, PointPoints and images to create a online slideshow ready to share with others with a link. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
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    Reel helps you quickly create and share presentations. Each preso is stored online behind a unique URL, making it easy to poll your audience for their impressions.
Marc Patton

Record & Share your Ideas | Present.me - 10 views

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    Record and share your ideas in a whole new way
Tim Macmillan

Knovio | Online Video Presentations Made Easy | PowerPoint + Webcam - 80 views

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    With this site you can upload a PowerPoint and record a webcam video to play along side it. Great for distance or self directed learning. Use it to give instructions to your class. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+&+Web+Tools
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    http://l.aunch.it/eMhz to access the site.
Carl Bogardu

Download free free music and sound loops for PowerPoint presentations at Brainy Betty - 4 views

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    Free sound clips/music
D. S. Koelling

Challenging the Presentation Paradigm with the 1/1/5 Rule - ProfHacker - The Chronicle ... - 2 views

  • 20 slides at 20 seconds per slide, a Pecha Kucha is, as Jason writes, necessarily “SHORT, INFORMAL, and CREATIVE.”
  • In addition to the time constraint of the Pecha Kucha, your presentation must also follow the 1/1/5 rule. That is, you must have at least one image per slide, you can use each exact image only once, and you should add no more than five words per slide. The formal constraints of this rigid format call for discipline, focus, practice, and paradoxically, creativity.
Linda Morosko

SlideFest Do & Don't - 110 views

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    These short videos highlight all of the "What not to do's" in a slide presentation. Funny way to educate folks about good design.
Ed Webb

Enemy Lurks in Briefings on Afghan War - PowerPoint - NYTimes.com - 51 views

  • “PowerPoint makes us stupid,”
  • behind all the PowerPoint jokes are serious concerns that the program stifles discussion, critical thinking and thoughtful decision-making
  • deeply embedded in a military culture that has come to rely on PowerPoint’s hierarchical ordering of a confused world
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  • Commanders say that the slides impart less information than a five-page paper can hold, and that they relieve the briefer of the need to polish writing to convey an analytic, persuasive point.
  • Senior officers say the program does come in handy when the goal is not imparting information, as in briefings for reporters. The news media sessions often last 25 minutes, with 5 minutes left at the end for questions from anyone still awake. Those types of PowerPoint presentations, Dr. Hammes said, are known as “hypnotizing chickens.”
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