More and more of my word processing is getting moved to the Web these days for a number of reasons.
Whether they're for clients, customers or colleagues, visual presentations are an unavoidable part of doing business. For years, Microsoft PowerPoint has been the standard bearer of slide presentation applications, but several Web-based alternatives have emerged. For the most part, the alternatives offer similar functionality to PowerPoint, sometimes more, sometimes less.
This Google Site has been set up by Dr. Helen Barrett to focus on the use of Google Apps to create ePortfolios. On this site, there are instructions on how to use the different elements of Google Apps to maintain e-portfolios.
Creating Digital Tales in the Classroom - a learning module for teaching professionals. This learning module begins May 1st and ends May 31, 2011. 30 points/30 prof development hours. Module Overview:
Presentations are essential in business, and if only we had online alternatives to Microsoft Powerpoint then everything would be so much more convenient.
The use of personal portfolios for assessment and presentation long has been a component of higher education. In fact, personal portfolios are a graduation requirement at many colleges and universities. Now, electronic portfolios have begun to enter the world of K-12 education as well. Learn what electronic portfolios are and discover how they can help you and benefit your students. Included: Guidelines for developing personal portfolios.