What is slideshare.net?SlideShare is the worlds largest community for sharingpresentations. With 60 million monthly visitors and 130million pageviews, it is amongst the most visited 200 websitesin the world. Besides presentations, SlideShare also supportsdocuments, PDFs, videos and webinars.Source: slideshare.net
SlideShare: Why you should use itThis presentation is on slideshare’s website and gives agreat introduction to what the program can do for yourpresentations and how to use it for research purposes.Click on the title page to open up presentation.
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Some things that you can do on SlideShare…• Upload presentations publicly or privately• Download presentations on any topic and reuse or remix• Embed on blogs, websites, company intranets• Share on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn• Zipcast: free, no download, 1 click web meetings• Leadshare: generate business leads with your presentations,documents, pdfs, videos• Slidecast: sync mp3 audio with slides to create a webinar• Embed YouTube videos inside SlideShare presentations• Use SlideShare PRO for premium features like branded channels,analytics, ad free pages etc
This presentation will include the following tutorials:• Creating/signing into your account• Upload presentations• Searching and viewing other presentations• How to embed/share presentations• See your views
SlideShare: free account, SlideShare: PRO• To upload your presentations and view others’ presentations, you do not need a PROaccount, you can simply have a free SlideShare account.• If you would like to go PRO, here are the payment options and the benefits
How to create a profile/sign in to (free/basic) SlideShareAfter going to SlideShare.netYou can sign in viaLinkedIn or Facebookaccount OR create yourown SlideShareaccount
How to upload your PowerPoint presentationsClick “upload”Click “upload” again
How to upload your PowerPoint presentationsFind your fileOnce the upload is complete,you can view it, share it,embed it or market it
How to view other PowerPoint presentationsFeatured slidesTop slides of the dayType keywords in search box Browse by category
How to view other PowerPoint presentationsFor example, I typed in “Knowles andragogy” in searchbox and 272 results returnedLet’s view this one
Once the presentation isopen, you can share it (onLinkedIn, Pinterest,WordPress), like it (onFacebook), tweet it (onTwitter), email it, save it toyour hard drive (in whichcase you can edit thecontent), save it to your“saved slides” on yourSlideShare account or embedit.
How to see your viewsHover over theprofile icon andclick on “MyUploads”
This page shows all youruploads as well as your views(by other members). This ishelpful if you are interestedin marketing your uploads orif you are an instructorwanting to see if yourstudents viewed your page. Itwon’t show names, but youcan see number of views. Youcan also add audio or videointroducing your slide forothers to see. If you had aPRO account, you can viewanalytics, which is a more in-depth look at your views.
Thank you for viewing my presentation on SlideShare!This website was very helpful for me when writing the blogsbecause I was able to upload the projects , i.e. roots tracingand attributes and show them on blogger. The bonus isseeing how many views you have!This is a great website and I highly recommend it for easyuploading and embedding and also using it as a research toolfor a project or paper.www.slideshare.net