Slide Shows - Presentations
Flash based online presentation tool which lets you create extraordinary “zooming” presentations. Unlike PowerPoint ,where you work slide by slide, in Prezi you create one gigantic space where to can zoom in and out as you focus on a piece of information
Creative alternative to PowerPoint designed to integrate media and information services like Yahoo maps, YouTube and Flickr. It features some sophisticated 3-D transitions.
Goal to simplify the creation of presentations. All you do is collect the material you want to work with, whether it’s text, images or video; save it in your Bunkr folders and once complete, have Bunkr assemble the info and put it into a presentation for you. You can then save it, download it and even edit it in Powerpoint if you like.
Nearpod, available for free on the App Store, allows teachers to easily create and share interactive lessons, receive feedback on student device use, assess learning in real time, and personalize instruction for students who are logged into the Nearpod app.
Kizoa Slideshow Maker
Easily lets you drag and drop photos, text, music, animations and many other special effects onto a Film Reel. This Film Reel acts as your slideshow editing palette.
Allows users to create a panoramic slide show with interactive text, photos and videos.
A community for sharing presentations.Can upload PowerPoint , PDFs and video files. Can embed the Slide Share widgets on blogs, wikis and websites
It takes presentations a step beyond clickers and lets the presenter / teacher control everything through a single app. The students can participate via smartphones, laptops, iPads, and other devices.
A collaborative, multimedia slide show that can hold images, documents, and videos. Users can leave comments for any slide in the slide show in one of 5 ways – voice (using a microphone or telephone), text, audio file, or video (via a webcam).
Dubbed a “creative storytelling platform,” it’s Tumblr meets Slideshare — only a more flexible Tumblr, and a sleeker Slideshare. It’s also device-agnostic — built entirely in HTML5 for cross-platform compatibility and specifically optimized for iPad and iPhone, projeqt is part publishing CMS, part portfolio-builder, part something else entirely.
A new platform for piecing together music, videos, photos, and also websites into dynamic slideshows that you can share with others. It can be used for "collaborative digital storytelling,"
Qwiki Creator (Alpha)
Easily combine your voice, pictures, videos and more into a beautiful, interactive experience describing anything.
Allows you to connect all kinds of content to the timeline of videos. Think of this as a Powerpoint presentation where your normally live part is digitized too.
Takes your images and a song of your choice and creates a short video with incredible image transitions that sync with the rise & fall of vocals, rhythm, etc in the song.
Video slideshow.Gives users the ability to create 60 second videos by mixing together images, video clips, and music tracks. You can use your own images, video clips, and music tracks or you can choose media from the Flixtime galleries. Flixtime also gives you the option to record voiceovers for your videos through their site. Flixtime videos can be downloaded for use on your local computer, shared via email or social networks, or posted to YouTube.
Web based timelines with pictures and video
Timelines are created either by entering items manually, or by adding a feed. They currently support the ability to import from Picasa, Twitter, Pandora, WordPress.com, Last.fm, Flickr, Yelp, Blogger, Youtube, and any other supplied RSS Feed.
Allows users to tell a story using pictures, video clips, audio tracks and text. Users are given the ability to place this media, called “moments”, together chronologically in a timeline. The result is called a “capzle”.
Allows you to create an interactive, embeddable map detailing a trip using your destinations. You essentially create a timeline.
An application which makes it possible for users to design and build their own interactive timelines. These timelines can then be shared on the internet by embedding them into any site.
Basic timeline generator , super easy to use.
By far the best looking timeline I’ve seen.
Lets you navigate through places and annotate them with relevant videos, images and audio thereby creating an illustration akin to presentations
Create interactive timelines and graphs that show the relationship between members of the same family, people can also use PeoplePlotr to create company hierarchies and friendship graphs that they can embed on their websites and blogs.
Other Presentation Tools (WebQuests)
Great organizational web2.0 tool . It allows its users to create their own boxes and fill them with information in the form of document sheets , videos ,pictures, links , audio clips etc . It is really a solid tool for building a strong virtual argument or explanation of a subject .
Jog The Web
A simple and effective tool for building WebQuests (guided paths through selected sites). The teacher can include comments, questions, or directions for each stop along the path. A student can progress through the path at his/her own pace and revisit sites with ease.
Totally free website where teachers can create WebQuests and share them with others. There are thousands of WebQuests listed in all subjects and grade levels. And there are easy-to-use standard tools for creating your own. You can attach unlimited files and YouTubes, customize a quest to hide or show the pages you want, limit access to designated users, and even include a discussion forum.
Allows you to store websites, pdfs, word documents, and images in a convenient digital binder that is stored online. Best of all, you can share these web-binders, with anyone you like, and you can search for other public binders that have already been created. Livebinders would be perfect for pooling together information for an assignment or test review, or posting letters or notices to students and parents. Another great application would be to have students create a livebinder for an assignment or portfolio.
A Learning Playlist platform that allows educators to curate, collaborate on, and share any kind of content. Articles, videos, PDFs, images, Google Docs, etc. can be easily organized into Playlists and assigned to students in a flipped classroom setting. Teachers can track student progress and students can ask questions with the social interaction feature on the site.
Prezi Slideshow Info
Projeqt Intro Video
Animoto Video Presentation Info
Dipity Timeline on Steve Jobs
Museum Box Info
Live Binders WebQuest Maker Info