Presenting and sharing PowerPoint online

Check out a Web 2.0 Tool for the classroom: authorSTREAM


Now each teacher or student is able to place a powerpoint online on a website or blog. It helps a lot thinking about a result of a webquest ...
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Comment by Alice Mercer on April 28, 2007 at 10:42am
I will have to check this tool out, thanks for sharing!
FYI for folk using slideshare who have edublogs, the embed is really simplified, just put the bracketed link for word press listed on slideshare in your post and voila.
Comment by Alice Mercer on April 28, 2007 at 11:04am
http://mizmercer.edublogs.org/2007/04/23/testing-slideshare/
Comment by James Folkestad on July 5, 2007 at 8:53pm
Hans, Thanks for the welcome and I will join your group. I am also interested in online slide shows for students. I have created a WebQuest template in slide share... it is available to download. You can check it out @ http://www.slideshare.net/JimFolk/webquest-template or at the bottom of my blog http://switchspace.blogspot.com/index.html
Comment by Ian Carmichael on October 2, 2007 at 6:31am
Thanks Hans,
I've had a look at slideshare, but it seems to cripple the naimations in powerpoint. I'll be keen to check out authorSTREAM as soon as they let me verify my account.
Comment by Ian Carmichael on October 7, 2007 at 4:46am
Hmm,
So far the best result I've had is via authorPoint conversion and then uploading through authorSTREAM. Preezo, SlideShare, ZohoShare all flatten out the animations, and whilst authorPoint-lite is not perfect, it is much better!

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