Top 20 SlideShare Alternatives to Share Online Presentations Top 20 SlideShare Alternatives To Create & Share Online Presentations Today we’re going to talk about twenty alternatives to SlideShare that you can quickly and easily start using for sharing your presentations online. SlideShare is the Web’s most popular online presentation tool for slide hosting and sharing, being used by millions to host their presentations and make them easy to view and comment on from anywhere in the world. SlideShare once had an unquestioned stranglehold on the world of online business presentations sharing.
Trading Card: Turn your photos into trading cards! Tons of fun stuff... Give one of our toys a spin! Color Palette Generator, Bead Art, Pocket Album, Photobooth, Trading Card, Hockneyizer, Movie Poster, Billboard, Gift Center, CD Cover, Jigsaw, Mosaic Maker, Badge Maker, Calendar, Framer, Wallpaper, Mat, Lolcat Generator, Magazine Cover, Cube, Map Maker, Letter from Santa, Motivator, Pop Art Poster, FX, A Fabulous Web Tool for Creating Story Books in Class April 6, 2017 StoryJumper is a good web tool students can use to create and publish storybooks. It’s an ideal way to enhance students writing skills and immerse them in engaging writing projects. StoryJumper is easy and simple to use and provides tons of interesting features to unleash students creativity and push their imagination to unlimited learning experiences. Stories can contain text, photos, audio and many more. As a teacher, you can create an online classroom in StoryJumper where you can collect and save students stories.
Presentation Design Tips - How to Make Text Look Exciting by Adam Noar When you are creating a PowerPoint presentation and want it to look as snazzy as possible, there is a lot you can do to make your slides shine with the brightness and glory of a thousand suns. You can add beautiful background textures, have perfectly complimentary fonts, or avoid the hassle of doing it yourself and just buy a ready-made template from the get-go. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Google Released A New Drawing Tool to Use with Your Students April 12, 2017 Google has recently released a new tool called AutoDraw. As its name indicate, this is a tool that allows you to create simple and beautiful doodles and drawings. AutoDraw, created by a bunch of talented artists, pairs machine leaning with drawings created by professional artists to help you draw. The cool thing about this web tool is that as soon as you start doodling, its auto suggestion functionality will start guessing and help you quickly finish your drawing.Users can also draw solo using the Draw tool. AutoDraw offers almost everything a drawing editor can offer: it has a nice wide canvas to draw on. Use the Draw tool to draw anything you want, then add colours from color picker.
The Best Free Stock Image Resources on the Web Update – we launched Pablo a new tool to create beautiful images for your social media posts in under 30 seconds You can use Pablo (like Pablo Picasso :)) right from the get-go, no need to login or create an account. Just quickly create amazing images super fast. KineMaster – Pro Video Editor KineMaster is the only full-featured professional video editor for Android, supporting multiple layers of video*, images, and text, as well as precise cutting and trimming, multi-track audio, precise volume envelope control, color LUT filters, 3D transitions, and much more.For professionals and amateurs alike, KineMaster offers an unprecedented level of control over the mobile editing process, and for artists and educators, handwriting layers allow you to draw directly on the video (also handy for storyboarding!). Our users include mobile journalists, YouTube creators, short film producers, educators and other professionals from various industries around the world.Use the slick videos you make with KineMaster to increase the reach and popularity of your YouTube channel and become a YouTube star.* Video layers are available on supported devices only.
5 Resources To Make Your Next Presentation Pop Perhaps you are like me and have to sit through presentations often. Sometimes they are great. You can tell the presenter put a lot of thought into what they want to talk about and it feels like they really know their stuff. The slides they use are engaging and help reinforce the story that’s being told.
How to Use Pixiclip to Create Instructional Videos Pixiclip is a free tool for creating simple instructional videos. I featured it in the Practical Ed Tech newsletter a couple of weeks ago and a handful of people replied to me with questions about it. To answer those questions I recorded the video that is embedded below. A few things to note about Pixiclip before you start using it.
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Awesome Free Templates for Creating Educational Magazines, Brochures and Newspapers The popular Lucidpress platform has this library featuring a number of excellent free templates to use for a variety of educational (as well as business) purposes. Templates are already pre-designed and you don’t have to do any formatting, you simply plug in your content to get the look you are looking for in a matter of few clicks. Templates are divided into multiple categories.Under ‘filter by category’ tab you can pick one of the following categories and browse through the selection it has: banners, brochures, business cards, ebooks, flyers, invitations, lesson plans, magazines, newsletters, pamphlets, posters, reports, and resumes. Every template comes with a short explanatory description stating, among other things, the features it provides.
Adobe Spark Now Lets You Insert Videos into Your Videos Adobe Spark is one of my favorite new tools to 2016. In fact, I like it so much that I now feature it in my workshops and webinars about creating videos in the classroom. Today, Adobe Spark got even better by adding the ability for users to insert video clips into their video projects. Prior to today's update Adobe Spark videos could only include pictures, text, music, and spoken words.