Students spend more time playing around with presentation software than you might think. Shouldn't they be using that time on the material itself?


Imagine if there was presentation software that could give students and teachers what they want, while reducing time and energy spent on aspects of the task that don’t impact the final grade.

Imagine software that eliminated most of the design and technical knowledge while still producing a professional product -- with a minimal learning curve.

Presentations are a key part of the academic world, and multimodal assignments are frequently assigned. In most cases, the teacher wants to know what the...

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  • About the Author:

    Peter West is Director of eLearning at Saint Stephen’s College in Australia. He has over 15 years’ experience leading K12 schools in technology enhanced education, particularly blended learning using online learning environments. He can be reached at pwest@ssc.qld.edu.au or at www.blended-thinking.com.