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  • 1. Posting PowerPoint Presentations to the Internet EXAMPLES BY MELANIE KROENING, CENTER FOR TEACHING & LEARNING, MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
  • 2. Considerations
    • Will you have audio narration?
    • Are there movies, interactivity in the PowerPoint?
    • What is the size of the PowerPoint file and how long is it?
    • Can the PowerPoint be public on the internet or do you prefer it is privately accessed by your students?
    • What version of PowerPoint will you assume your students have? What technologies are easiest for them to use and access?
  • 3. “Some” methods for posting PowerPoints
    • Post the PowerPoint .ppt file or .pps file directly to the internet
    • Save the PowerPoint as a series of HTML pages
    • Save the PowerPoint as a PDF file
    • Use the Breeze Presenter Plug-in or Adobe Acrobat Presenter Plug-in
    • Use another Plug-in such as Impatica or Articulate
    • Use a web based slidesharing tool – SlideShare, Google Presentations, SlideRocket, VoiceThread or AuthorStream for example.