Presentation tools

With tech!

The tools

  • smore
  • Haiku Deck
  • Emaze
  • Prezi
  • Weebly
  • Canva


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!

Haiku Deck

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.


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.
Effective Prezi-tations


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
Canva Tutorial