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Google Slides Q&A and the laser pointer

When you are presenting or teaching, it helps to know what your audience is thinking.  A little while back I gathered a little round-up of interactive presentation tools. This week, Google Slides announced a very handy new feature. Slides Q & A allows presenters to accept questions and vote them up or down during a […]

SlidesCarnival: it will make you feel better about templates (and about Slides in general)

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I make lots of presentations and I use presentations as a platform for instruction. For so many reasons, Google Slides is my go-to platform for creating presentations these days: It’s collaborative. I often work on presentations with partners. So do our students. It updates easily and save automatically. I can easily examine revision histories and […]

Five new(ish) presentation and publishing alternatives

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PowerPoint is robust and Google Presentations is very sweet for collaboration, but some of us simply crave beautiful new design options for our presentations and publications. Here are four worthy options, and another one about to be born. Canva allows its users to create beautiful slides, posters, Pinterest covers and headers for Facebook and Twitter […]

Preso.tv

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Preso.tv is a free, sweet, little tool that will allow you to easily present/broadcast your slideshows, pdfs, docs on desktop and mobile or projector screens at the same time. No registration required. Upload a presentation and get a short URL to share. Your presentation may be viewed on any device with a Chrome, Safari, Microsoft […]

Google Slides and images news

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Among the reasons I’ve been reluctant to build more of my presentations in Google Slides was, frankly, that working with images in Google Slides was a painful process. But then, collaborating anywhere else is a painful process. This morning I got a sweet little surprise when I began a new preso. The little note said: […]