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What to look for
- Pre-built templates (with flexibility): Templates can help you quickly build a presentation, but you want to be able to adapt when necessary.
- Ease-of-use: You want to be able to quickly learn the tool. Look for tutorials and other training resources on how to use the software.
- Import/export features: Be sure your presentation is compatible with popular file formats as you may want to export your presentation into another tool.
- Sharing and collaboration: When working as a team, you want to be able to collaborate with others. Be sure this is possible and easy to do, especially in real-time.
- Cloud access and storage: You'll want your presentation available from anywhere.
- Audio/video capabilities: Determine if you can add audio or video components to your presentation.
- Affordability: Is it free? Or do you have to pay for it?
- Good technical support: If something goes wrong, is there technical support for the problem.
Web based presentation tool based on an infinite canvas. Text, images and videos can be displayed on the canvas and can be structured by frames. A path in the presentation sets the storyline.
Free presentation app
For the more creative teams.
This is an interactive online "bulletin board" where participants can share files, thoughts, ideas together. An alternative method of presentation that promotes collaboration and interactivity.
Presenting on Padlet
A guide to transforming Padlet into a presentation tool. Provides insights into creative uses and integration.
Makes it easy to create engaging videos by orienting the editor around a slide deck.
Sway (Microsoft Office)
A newer product from Microsoft office that runs like a streamlined webpage presentation. Comparable to Prezi, this is a new take on slide presentations. Included are example Sways and tips and tricks to embedding interactive content.
Share Your Presentations
Upload and share publicly or privately PowerPoint presentations, Word documents and Adobe PDF Portfolios. Great for posting after a presentation to make slides available. Content is indexed by search engines.
Digital repository where researchers can preserve and share their research including figures, datasets, images, and videos