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Projeqted - dynamic presentations for the classroom

Projeqted - dynamic presentations for the classroom
Real-time presentations with dynamic slides. Create a presentation once, and it updates everywhere instantaneously. With Projeqt, students can access, share, create and review their work from anywhere, at anytime. Give comments and feedback and track student progress; your Projeqts live in real-time and can be shared for everyone to see. Break away from the exhausting effects of the one-dimensional PowerPoint presentation and create a social and interactive learning experience. Encourage creativity in the classroom. Create engaging presentations with the user-friendly dashboard.

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