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There’s a lot of talk in the educational tech community about how you post PowerPoint presentations online for your students to find. A popular option is SlideShare, but the problem (and it’s a big one) is the questionable content that gets posted there. And if you post your ppt presentation to SlideShare and then embed the media in your blog or wiki, there’s something that says “go to SlideShare,” which leads teachers to ask if they could be liable for kids viewing the content there.

So the question is… how do you share your ppt?

But after my realization that I didn’t use ppt at all this last week (when, in previous years, I’m sure I would have used it extensively)… I’m starting to ask if we need to use it.

Can’t we use wikis in the same way? Is that a possible solution?


August 10, 2007 - Posted by | PowerPoint, Presentation Support, Wikis

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