Di seguito vi sottopongo una lista di tools per sviluppare presentazioni, sia per gli insegnanti che per gli studenti
Creare presentazioni è un prodotto che qualsiasi educatore dovrebbe proporre e ogni alunno dovrebbe imparare in una classe del 21° secolo.
Si è sempre usato Power Point per raggiungere questo obiettivo ma ora esistono anche molti altri strumenti, più efficienti e facili da usare, per creare presentazioni mozzafiato.
Qui di seguito la mia lista di programmi preferiti per la creazione di presentazioni e slideshow.
Questo elenco è in ordine alfabetico.
- 9Slides – A wonderful site and app for adding video/audio narration to a presentation. Ideal for professional development or teaching a lesson.
- Animoto – One of the most popular sites/apps for creating beautiful-looking slideshows with an educational portal.
- AuthorStream – A great way to upload PPT presentations and share them with others, similar to Slideshare.
- Aximedia Slideshow Creator – A wonderful Android app for creating stunning-looking slideshows.
- Biteslide – A fantastic site for creating interactive presentations that contain all types of media with educational portal, where teachers create student accounts.
- Electric Slide – A nice iOS app that allows users to present all styles of presentations (PPT, Keynote, etc) wirelessly.
- eMaze – A nice site that is a cross between Prezi and PP that allows users to zoom around their presentation. Best of all, a finished presentation can be embedded into a site.
- Flixtime – A cool site for mixing photos, videos, and music to create a stunning presentation.
- Haiku Deck – A amazing iPad app for creating beautiful looking presentations with the ability to upload Creative Commons licensed photos as well as creating charts and graphs.
- HelloSlide – A innovative site that allows a user to add narration to their presentations simply by typing in text.
- Kizoa – A fun site for creating slideshows or collages with a built-in photo editor.
- Knovio – A nice site for adding video or audio to a PowerPoint presentation. Ideal for Pecha Kucha style presentations.
- Magisto – A cool way to create a presentation with this video mash-up site/app.
- Muvee Cloud – Another nice video mash-up site that creates fun looking movies/presentations by mixing and matching video and music.
- Narrable – An innovative site for adding audio to photos to create an engaging slideshow.
- Netclick – While Netclick is more of a "student response system," it is a great way to engage an audience through the use of an interactive slideshow.
- One True Media – A fantastic video mash-up site for mixing video, audio, and images to creating stunning presentations.
- PhotoPeach – One of my favorite sites/apps for creating an interactive slideshow with an educational portal. A user can also create a quiz embedded into a slideshow as well.
- Photoshow (Roxio) – A nice site for creating slideshows with photos, videos, and music, and sharing publicly or privately.
- PhotoSnack – A fun site for creating slideshows for blogs, FB, or Twitter.
- Popcorn Maker – One of the easiest video mash-ups sites around to creating stunning presentations.
- PowToon – Is a new (beta) and wonderful site for creating amazing animated slideshows/presentations.
- Present.me – A great site for "flipping" your classroom by adding a video narration side by side to a slideshow.
- Prezi – One of my favorite apps!!! 5 stars 😉
- Reel – A simple site for uploading presentations to garner feedback and self assessment.
- Slide.ly – Create a beautiful looking presentation with images and music.
- Slideful – A fun site for creating beautiful looking slideshows.
- Sliderocket – A easy-to-use site for creating visually engaging slideshows, recently purchased by ClearSlide.
- Slideroll – A nice site/app to create slideshows and publish them on the web.
- Slideshare – One of the most popular sites around for uploading and sharing presentations in a secure environment.
- SlideShark – A nice iOS app for view and editing PPT on the iPhone or iPad.
- Slideshow Creator – SSC on Google+ is probably one of the most popular way to create slideshows in a safe environment for students.
- Smilebox – A very popular site for creating beautiful-looking slideshows, collages, presentations and more.
- Soo Meta – A wonderful site for "flipping" a classroom and creating excellent looking presentations that can be embedded into a blog or site. Also, there are nice features such as: the ability to embed a poll into a presentation, track usages statistics, and more.
- Speaker Deck – A great site for uploading a PDF then turning it into a slideshow that can be embedded into a site or blog.
- Swipe – A new (private beta) site for creating beautiful-looking slideshows that can be used on any device.
- TotSplash – An innovative presentation and brainstorming tool for creating engaging presentations that can be embedded into a site/blog.
- Vivapitch – A nice plugin for PPT and Android to engage audiences on mobile devices.
- Vizlingo – A cool site for making a slideshow out of text.
- Vuvox – A great site for creating stunning presentations and slideshows.
- WebSlides – A neat way to turn Diigo bookmarks into interactive slideshows.
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