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Another PPT for our MILI program, this one talking about using online posters (Glogster EDU) and presentations (Google Presentation) in the classroom.

Another PPT for our MILI program, this one talking about using online posters (Glogster EDU) and presentations (Google Presentation) in the classroom.

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  • 1. Online posters and presentations
    Add some more fun to assignments
  • 2. Presentation tips
    Show images
    Tell stories
    Avoid reading slides
    Image credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/27257922@N06/4206192200
  • 3. Why online presentation tools?
    Like Google Docs, these tools are available via any computer with a web connection
    Offers a new way to express creativity, including incorporating audiovisuals
    Gets students using new technologies to help make them 21st century learners
  • 4. A new way to look at presentations
    For presentations we often think of PowerPoint, but the web is offering up a lot of alternatives to the paid software:
    Prezi
    SlideRocket
    VoiceThread
    Animoto
    Mixbook
    Glogster EDU
    Google Presentation
  • 5. Glogster EDU
    Online poster creator designed for educators
    Teachers make accounts for students
    Private platform, where teachers can see and control all that students make
  • 6. Glogster EDU
    Glogster allows all of these things to be put on the posters:
    Videos
    Audio
    Pictures
    Graphics
    Text
    Links
    Webcam videos and images
  • 7. Glogster examples
  • 8. Glogster examples
  • 9. Glogster examples
  • 10. Glogster examples
  • 11. Glogster examples
  • 12. Google Presentation
    Like PowerPoint, but online
    You already have a Google Docs account, which is where you find Google Presentation
    Thousands of templates available from Google and Google users
  • 13. Google Presentation
    In Google Docs, click Create New and select Presentation
  • 14. Google Presentation
  • 15. Google Templates
    Use search box to search your docs – type in your words and click “Search Docs”
    But, use it to search templates, too. Type in word and click “Search Templates”
    Templates available for docs, spreadsheets, presentations, and forms
  • 16. Google Template example
  • 17. Google Template example
  • 18. Google Template example
  • 19. Google Template example
  • 20. Google Templates
  • 21. What we want you to do
    Create a Glog or Google Presentation about what you learned in MILI
    So, let’s refresh your memory about what we’ve gone over in these five months…
  • 22. What we’ve learned – Month 1
    Creating your own Personal Learning Network
    Firefox Add-ons
  • 23. What we’ve learned – Month 1
  • 24. What we’ve learned – Month 1
  • 25. What we’ve learned – Month 1
  • 26. What we’ve learned – Month 2
    Online collaboration tools – Google Docs
  • 27. What we’ve learned – Month 3
    Think Like a Librarian
    Invisible versus Visible Web
    The Internet Public Library
    ELM Databases
  • 28. What we’ve learned – Month 4
    Copyright
  • 29. What we’ve learned – Month 4
  • 30. Before we meet for Month 5
    Check out Google Presentation and search the Google Templates
    Create a Glogster EDU account
    PLEASE DO THIS BEFORE WE MEET!
    Look over the past months and think about things you’ve learned
    Start making a Glog or a Google Presentation about what you’ve learned
    When we meet, I’ll show you more about these tools so by the end you’ll have a complete project
    BLOG!