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Digital Presentation Tools

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 Google Sites  Google Sites is a free and easy way to create and share information via a website.  Students, already working in drive can create webpages for class projects and final portfolios, easily adding and linking to images, credible sources and documents.
With over twenty-one million publications, Issuu is the fastest growing digital publishing platform in the world. Millions of avid readers visit daily to read the free publications created by enthusiastic publishers the world over with topics ranging from fashion to global affairs. For students, this platform provides a means to publish and share researched and creative products with teachers, classmates and the world. Publication requires the creation of an account linked to a personal email.
 Prezi  Both teachers and students have become numb to conventional classroom presentations, where they're confronted with slide after slide containing too much information in quick, disjointed succession. Prezi's zooming canvas opens up the classroom to active leaning and interactivity, making lessons understandable, memorable fun.
 Tiki Toki  Tiki Toki is web-based software for creating beautiful interactive timelines that you can share online. The free account allows for the creation of a fully-functional timeline.
 Weebly  When creating webpages for National History Day and other national programs, Weebly is the only web creation program allowed.  Free and relatively easy to use, this serves as an excellent launching point for students to create their own webpages for classes and presentations.

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