Creating Powerful Presentations (beyond Powerpoint)
There are many different ways that you can present your findings or the outcome of your research. The presentation format you use will greatly depend on the purpose and audience for your tasks. More and more, with the advent of new technologies, you can merge mediums (mashups etc) to creatively present your work and share with a world-wide audience. Listed below are a range of presentation and digital storytelling tools that you may consider using for your final product.
This video tells you what not to do with a power point and other examples can be found on the technical help page. Also check the Sustainable Food Lab presentation below.
New to try - this has not been trailed but comes highly recommended
A easy video programme that allows you to cut, edit and add music to your presentation
Digital stories are becoming a popular way to make presentations. They combine text, images, sound and movies to connect with the audience. Here are just a few that are available - may are free or have a free version which makes them vert accessible for students and schools.
See the BB site for the Learning Activities
Post any questions and any useful finds (websites, tools etc). This will help you and your peers as you all have different topics.