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Presentation Resources

Resources for presentations

John's Rant: Presentation Software

I'm done with "PowerPoint." Keynote too. At least the way these tools are used in classrooms across the country. A web search for "using powerpoint in the classroom" turns up countless sites online for how teachers can put together so-called "dynamic presentations." One site touts the ability of teachers to use PowerPoint's "flair" through graphics and animation.

Don McMillan: Life After Death by PowerPoint

How NOT to do PowerPoint by Don McMillan.

The Busy Librarian: So Long, Powerpoint.

I gave a presentation at Common Ground 2013 entitled So Long, PowerPoint. It was well-received. In it, I reviewed popular dynamic presentation tools as alternates to the frequent presentation go-to. What's more, I framed the presentation as a funeral for PowerPoint in which, as could be expected, guests offered eulogies to the once-embraced tool.

Presentation program

This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page . A presentation program is a software package used to display information in the form of a slide show.

Five Best Online Presentation Creation Tools

You don't have to download an office suite to build great-looking presentations for work, a talk, or school. There are plenty of online options that work well from any computer with a web browser, whether it's your desktop, a PC at work, or a laptop on the go.

cooltoolsforschools - Presentation Tools

Create presentations in a few clicks, wherever you are. Work with your team in the same presentation at the same time. Your presentations can be private or public. And each one has its own web address. Download your presentations and show them even without an Internet connection.

With more long-distance meetings going on due to increasing travel costs and decreasing expense accounts, you need to be able to show your work to clients and co-workers so they can easily see your point.

Picture a dazzling presentation. Then make it happen with easy‑to‑use visual tools. Drop in photos or video. Add reflections and picture frames. Punch up your data with interactive charts. Tie it all together with cinema‑quality transitions. And preview all the action live, right on your canvas. Keynote is built to handle it.

Add narration to a presentation

Narration can enhance Web-based or self-running presentations. You can also use narration to archive a meeting, so that presenters or absentees can review the presentation later and hear any comments made during the presentation.