Alternatives to Powerpoint
Power Point by Michael Scott.
Smore is of my new favorite tech tools. I use to create newsletters, flyers, and even presentations for class. I enjoy the simple interface and professional appeal. This is the tool I used to create all of these tutorials. It is easy to use, share, and embed. I also like that I can include links, images, videos, and more to any flyer. I can even add RSVPs if I am doing a campus event or a google form for opinion and feedback! Love it!
A fantastic tool to keep all media in one place. You can embed videos, images, text, and more into one space that students worth through.
Keep everyone on the same slide and obtain formative assessment too! Pear deck allows you to ask questions, gather data, and keep the class engaged.
Haiku Deck is a simple easy to use FREE presentation tool. It makes use of images and visual literacy more than text - which research has shown we remember more. This is a great tool to get your Powerpoint presentations under control.
Haiku deck tutorial
Emaze is a free website presentation creation tool. It can be used to create dynamic multimedia embedded presentations. Below is a tutorial created by one of my students about how to use emaze. Be amazed with emaze!
emaze Tutorial: EDUC 204
Prezi is a FREE website presentation tool. It is used to create presentations with multimedia embedded right within it. Below is a video tutorial created by one of my students about some presentation etiquette we can all show when creating a presentation.
Weebly is a FREE website creator. It is a great dynamic tool that can be use to create a website, blog, or store. Within this site you can add dynamic pieces such as video, images, slideshows, embed docs, and more! What a neat interactive and engaging site creator. Below is a student created tutorial for weebly.
Canva is a great easy to use flyer,documents, and more! In this video tech tutorial created by one of my students, you will learn how to create an account and create a simple flyer with Canva. I have used Canva to create
- Class announcements
- Class presentation/flyer documents
- Flyers for events around campus
- Images for my website