Web 2.0 Presentation Tools

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Web 2.0 Presentation Tools

Photostory – a simple photo presentation application to use with students or students alone to make stories using their photos. Easy to use, add narration, titles and text, pictures, transitions and sound tracks – music or audio. I have used it for many years with great success. Click picture to download file.

Museum Box - Click on the above link - this site provides you with the tools to record details of events people or history by placing items in a virtual box. You can add text, images, video and sound to your virtual box.

Web 2.0 Presentation Tools

great tools to help with online presentationsfor students and teachers

PreZentit – create share and show presentations online. Collaborative online presentation tool, where you can work with team members on same presentation at the same time. Great for group work. Use your own pictures or the ones supplied, create transitions and effects. Work may be shared or private. At the moment PreZentit is being up graded.

Zoho set up as an web based office suite application that has been designed to work together. Can be used by multiple users at one time. Includes Zoho Write, Data, Presentation, Spreadsheets, Mail, and Wiki just to name a few applications. As it is an online program it does not need updating.

Prezi – I like Prezi and would love to go to Prezi School to learn how to put one together properly. My attempts have been a bit ordinary. I have now revisited Prezi and have noticed some changes in its format – may be promising for a Prezi dummy like me. I look forward to exploring it in more detail. I was first saw Prezi when a few years ago when I saw a presentation using Prezi WOW I loved the movement in the presentation it was really engaging for the viewer. Can be used collaboratively with multiple editors. A big step up from death by PowerPoint effects!

My Prezi of a Melbourne Schools visit for Inquiry Based Learning


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