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A demonstration and slidecast guide for EFL537 students

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    • Jeff's Slidecast Guide to Creating a Slidecast for EFL537
    • Record, edit, and save an mp3 file narrating your presentation. Create a presentation using Powerpoint, Open Office Impress, or Google Docs. Save the file as a .ppt or .odp
    • Upload your presentation file (ppt or odp) to Slideshare.
    • Enter Title and Description, & Tags Click 'Publish
    • Click 'My Slidespace' Then 'Edit' beneath the presentation and then click 'Create Slidecast'.
    • Click 'Upload mp3 file'. Select the mp3 file you saved. You will then see a 'processing message' for a few seconds.
    • This is the 'synchronization Workspace' where you match the slides with the appropriate place in the audio file. For additional screencasts and guides, go to http://efl537.com/skills/slidecasts
    • When you are done, click 'Save & Publish' You have now published a Slidecast. You can then listen to the audio during each slide and publish it to your blogger blog or other site.