Ancient Earth globe This visualization is created and maintained by Ian Webster. See more of my work at ianww.com or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here to subscribe to occassional email updates when we add something interesting to this visualization such as new dinosaur or plate tectonic data. Plate tectonic and paleogeographic maps by C.R. Scotese, PALEOMAP Project. For more information visit: & www.globalgeology.com. Best Presentation Software: A Visual Comparison Guide Have you been looking for a presentation software that will help you stand out from run-of-the-mill PowerPoint presentations? Or an online solution that will help you collaborate with team members and design stunning slide decks in a fraction of the time it takes with traditional tools? If so, we’ve researched some of the best presentation software options out there and visually compared them so that you can choose the ideal one for your specific needs. What is Presentation Software?
27 Presentation Software & Powerpoint Alternatives For 2015 At CustomShow, we like to think that everyone can use our presentation software to create better looking presentations, thus serving as a great powerpoint alternative to people. But that won’t always be the case. We cater to businesses greater than 10 employees and organizations that need an all-in-one presentation program. We also don’t usually promote our competitors. Shout out to Clearslide on that one. But at the end of the day, we want you to have a pick from the full list of presentation tools that are on the market and that could fit your needs.
Guidelines for better PowerPoints - 180 Free Technology Tip #16 Technology Tip Number 16 Improving Your PowerPoint's These days most students do at least one PowerPoint presentation in elementary school. As you might expect, they utilize just about every annoying sound effect, nauseating background color and dizzying animation feature imaginable to make their first slideshow. There’s nothing wrong with this, it's a great way for kids to learn about all the features available in PowerPoint. But if you want your students to develop a sense of design (or you're working with adults professionals who desperately need to develop their sense of design) then you need some guidelines to improve their PowerPoint presentations. Here are some very reasonable guidelines for PowerPoint Presentations (they are the same ones we stress for 7th graders for reference):
Prowise Prowise Presenter is screen-independent cloud software that you can access anywhere, such as at home or at work, and from every type of a notebook, tablet, PC or digital board. Satellite Map Welcome to Satellite Map. This application maps the current location of about 14,000 manmade objects orbiting the Earth. Use the Preset dropdown menu to conveniently select a subset of satellites, for example, Russian or low earth orbit satellites. Selected satellites are colored red. The buttons and sliders below the Preset dropdown can be used to build your own selection or refine a preset selection. It is possible to construct quite complex selections, for example, American satellites in low earth orbit (apogee/perigee <2,000km) that are not junk.
Brings Awesomeness to Your Presentations Hey awesome educator! Ilya here, Powtoon’s Chief Executive Renegade. We’re about to launch Powtoon HTML5! The benefits to you and your students are that Powtoon will now be smoother, easier to use, and you will be able to use it on a tablet (yippee!!!). We’ll also have new functions that will make your classroom come even more alive (like live-action video!).
Forget PowerPoint: 13 Online Presentation Apps We've helped you find online word processors and spreadsheet apps, now it's time for presentations. We've gathered up 13 online presentation creators to make it even easier for you to forget about doing anything offline ever again! AjaxPresents - Presentation software portion of the Ajax13 office suite. Works with Firefox 1.5 and higher, free, and can import & export from PowerPoint and OpenOffice.
Zenler Studio Pro to Address Game-Based Learning Gap: In Beta by News Editor Zenler Studio Pro (ZSP) gives users the flexibility to create rich interactive eLearning courses with added support for end-to-end game-based eLearning courses. Beta for ZSP will continue for a few more months and Zenler is ready to add more people to the Beta. [Press Release] Zenler (www.zenler.com), an eLearning authoring tool company and LMS provider, has advanced development of its new Zenler Studio Pro (ZSP) to the Beta phase. ZSP is a rapid authoring tool for production of interactive courseware, stand-alone game-based eLearning, and simulations, all within a single package operating in PowerPoint.
ShowTime Cultivate an interactive classroom environment so that every learner can join in the conversation. Share the screen with your learners, or go a step further and put your content directly in their hands. Simplify scheduling and registrations.Set training dates, and customize your session name. Learn about your trainees beforehand through online registration forms. Inform attendees about session details (start time, location, presenter, etc.) on the registration page.Enhance trainee engagement.Make your training stand out by inviting active participation from your trainees.
9 Websites For Non Copyrighted Music In this article, you’re going to discover the best sources for non copyrighted music. You’ll be able to use the music in your social media videos, livestreams and so much more. Want to know the best part? The majority of these non copyrighted music sites allow users to utilise their music for free. You’ll just need to include a small line of credit in the description. Voicethread Bill Ferriter knew his sixth-grade language arts and social studies students spent time online outside of class, surfing the Web and instant messaging. So when he discovered he could engage his kids online in a collaborative, multimedia slide show called a VoiceThread, he decided to see if he could use it to, as he puts it, "steal some of their online minutes." "The answer was a resounding yes," says the teacher at Salem Middle School, in Salem, North Carolina. VoiceThreads might best be described as interactive media albums. They are essentially online slide shows of images, documents, or videos that enable viewers to comment on any slide (or at any point in the video) by typing, recording an audio or video comment, or drawing on the image itself.