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    • Presentation Tools1. Video & Audio Recording/Hosting2. Presenting Pictures3. PowerPoint 2010 Tips4. Enhanced Slideshow & Presentation Tools5. Live Audience Polling6. Preparation Tips
    • Poster boards, anyone?Image courtesy of
    • Need a poster board? Try GlogsterScreen shot of the gallery of glogs in the Glogpedia of
    • Avoid creating “Slideuments”Check out the post by Garr Reynolds where this term first gained recognition
    • Video Recording & Hosting Create a digital story
    • Capture your own content on any one of these…Screen shot of a Google image keyword search results as of Dec2012 “digital camera images”
    • …or theseImage collage from
    • Assemble the video in…
    • Store the video on …
    • YouTube Video EditorImage courtesy of
    • Don’t stealvideos fromYouTube
    • Wevideo.comImage courtesy of
    • Audio Recording & HostingInterviews, commentary, summaries, perspectives, and more
    • Tools to capture audio include …Images clockwise (from top left) courtesy of: Sansa, Olympus, Nintendo, Nokia
    • Image collage from
    • Apps on mobile devices Voice Memos iTalk lite Tweet MicAll screen shots courtesy of the companieslisted. Find more audio apps within the AppStore on your smart phone. Audioboo iPadio Pocket WavePad
    • Presenting Pictures
    • SnapfishPhotos from the private album of Snapfish user Brian Wasson
    • FlickrPhotos from the stream of Flickr user cremona daniel
    • PinterestScreen shot of Brian Wasson’s Pinterest board “Tablets and eReaders 2012”
    • Instagram (try the web viewer Image courtesy of
    • Video Collection Tools
    • LockerzScreen shot of Health 2.0 Videos collected by Brian Wasson in
    • YouTube Video PlaylistsScreen shot of the New Tech playlist by Brian Wasson in
    • PowerPoint 2010 Tips
    • Embedded YouTube video example Good Eats: Mix and Match SalsaIn PPT 2010: InsertVideoVideo from online video siteAdd the embed code from the video playback page.
    • Embed Code on YouTubeGood Eats: Mix and Match Salsa
    • Embed Audio and Video
    • When adding audio/video clip to slides….
    • Enhanced Slideshow & Presentation Tools
    • VoicethreadVoicethread example from user Ellen Phillips
    • PreziPrezi example from user Adam Somlai-Fischer
    • Animoto
    • YodioYodio example from user Ceata88
    • VUVOXVUVOX example from user amanda
    • Preparation Tips
    • 1. Look for presentation design inspiration on various slide sharing web sites (,, etc.) and public speaking examples on TEDTalks ( There are many online tools to use for diagramming, comic creation, timelines, etc.3. There are many tools for interviewing someone online (,,, etc.).4. If possible, test your final creation on one of the classroom computers.5. Have a backup plan if you run into technical problems.6. If you are using a particular file during the presentation, make sure you have a copy of it in multiple locations you can quickly access (flash drive, email, online storage, burned to a CD/DVD, etc.).7. The visuals you use during the presentation should supplement your message, not be your message. You are the presenter, not the slides, animation, or video.8. Speak to your audience and engage them in the presentation. Try not to “read the wall”…that is, whatever is projected behind you.9. Have fun! More resources