Jeff's Slidecast Guide to Creating a Slidecast

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A demonstration and slidecast guide for EFL537 students

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Jeff's Slidecast Guide to Creating a Slidecast

  1. 1. Jeff's Slidecast Guide to Creating a Slidecast for EFL537
  2. 2. 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
  3. 3. Upload your presentation file (ppt or odp) to Slideshare.
  4. 4. Enter Title and Description, & Tags Click 'Publish
  5. 5. Click 'My Slidespace' Then 'Edit' beneath the presentation and then click 'Create Slidecast'.
  6. 6. Click 'Upload mp3 file'. Select the mp3 file you saved. You will then see a 'processing message' for a few seconds.
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. 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.

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