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Presentation Tools (BESIDES PowerPoint) to Consider:


Andrea Mosaic: http://www.andreaplanet.com/andreamosaic/

AndreaMosaic is a free site you use to create digital art using your own images. The photo mosaic can be used alone for
a cool cover page or display, or it could be used within a slide show or video

Prezi: https://prezi.com/
The point of Prezi is to highlight a thinking pattern. It's not just another slideshow. This model is best when
demonstrating how to compare and contrast or how to tell spatial order, etc... It allows your eyes to see what your
brain should be doing. If you use it incorrectly, it's not only ineffective, it's annoying.

Narrables: http://learn.narrable.com/
A great tool for storytelling! Insert pictures and narrate over them using your own voices recorded by phone. It's
easy, and it's free.

PhotoPeach : http://photopeach.com/
Use this site to create a slideshow with built in transitions. Simply upload photos, pick a soundtrack; you can even email
or embed it.

Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/
A great way to share your slideshows from ANY computer! Just upload it, and it's always there for you. Easy peasy!

Yodio: http://yodio.com/
Like Narrables, Yodio allows you to record over your photos, but this one will allow users to reply. If that feature
would be useful to you, you may prefer this tool. This is an especially nice way to introduce your project to people as
well. Maybe create a quick Yodio and email it!? Maybe it could work for you!


Animoto: https://animoto.com/
Animoto is a program that let's you make free, 30-second videos (or longer for paid subscription). Just upload your own
images and text combined with a selection of free (or fee) music. This is a great way to build interest in your topic,
especially if you are trying to create an emotional appeal!

iMovie: https://www.apple.com/mac/imovie/
iMovie is for the more Mac only, but it's super-easy once you get the hang of it! If you're ready for something beyond
the traditional options. If this sounds like you, check it out!

Voki: http://www.voki.com/
Similar to Xtranormal, Voki allows you to create an avatar to speak for you. You will have to compare to see which one
you like best

Windows Movie Maker: http://windows.microsoft.com/enus/windows7/products/features/movie-maker

Windows Movie Maker is a great free tool for many novice movie creators who want a professional look. This sample
isn't especially creative, but it shows how you can add videos AND pictures and overlay with music.

Xtranormal: http://xtranormal.com/

This video-making tool allows you to type your message for your avatar(s) to read. Their computerized voices can
surprisingly bring humor to otherwise dull topics. Inserting these into your Glogster or manually presenting throughout
your presentation could be fun.

Zoho Shows 3.0: https://www.zoho.com/docs/online-presentation-tool.html

Zoho takes slideshows to a new level. WIth interactive, moving parts, your slideshow will be fun to watch. You'll make
the other presentations look like child's play!

Glogster: http://edu.glogster.com/
Glogster allows you to upload videos, clipart, text, and images to create cool online posters! They're a unique way to tie
everything together if you have a lot of mediums in which to present your info, and during a presentation, you can go
through them AT YOUR PACE!

Newspaper Generator: http://www.fodey.com/generators/newspaper/snippet.asp

This site offers an authentic-looking newspaper image generator might be used for your project or presentation.
Images can be downloaded, saved, and printed. Other options on this site are: a clapper board, a cigarette pack... Check
it out!

Timelines: http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/student-interactives/timeline-30007.html
Create your own timeline for free. This online tool allows you to create, save and present.

Tagxedo: http://www.tagxedo.com/
A great site for word clouds, though Wordle is good too if you like more traditional word clouds, Tagxedo can fill
symbolic shapes and even your own photo with relevant words. A great cover page, slide photo, display, or even
something you could put on an item to sell for fundraising!?

TimeGlider: http://timeglider.com/
TimeGlider is relatively new, and it's free for students (though you can't anticipate more than 20 views/month). It has
a rich interface with the ability to juggle a lot of information - so if a timeline is the very best way for you to present
your info, you might like this one!

Timeline Maker: http://www.softschools.com/timelines/

Many timelines are already created here, but you can make your own for free. It's an online Timeline tool that allows
you to detail (and present) your timeline without having to save it.