Presentation Tools

Video Calling and Conferencing
All these websites work great for video and conferencing 

Skype, Facetime (apple), Google hangouts - we have all used these but here are some that work great as well.
They are all great for PD and communication.

Haiku Deck is another wonderful  presentation tool for teachers. You can use it to visually narrate stories. It provides a variety of pre-made themes and templates to choose from. You  can  use Haiku's image library to search for images to include in your slides or upload your own. One powerful feature of Haiku Deck is that it automatically resizes images and shrinks text to fit in the slides so you will not have to bother with editing and resizing images. Stories created on Haiku Deck can be shared on popular social networking websites such as Facebook and Twitter, or be exported as PPT files or embedded in blog posts.

Online Presentations

Bunker ( has the ability to present everything. It looks an impressive and intuitive tool. There are still all the useful editing and formatting option, and it supports all browser options.

Slidebean ( takes a slightly different approach. You're charged with the content - images, text, videos etc. - and it offers to handle the design side of things, with a range of different choices. It is simple and easy to use.

Sway ( is Microsoft's online presentation tool. it lets users do all the usual expected things, like add images, videos and textm and move them around. The Drag-and-Drop interface is simple and easy to use. In fact, there's a complete set of video tutorials to get you up to speed.

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Prezi is a powerful web tool that allows you to create visually appealing presentations. You can start with a professionally designed template from Prezi's library then use images, text, videos and zooming features to enhance your presentation. You can also collaborate with colleagues to build presentations. Prezi is available on iOS and Android so you can create or edit your presentations on the go, then auto-sync across all your devices with ease.

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PowToon is a free business animation software and PowerPoint alternative

Easy & Intuitive!

You don’t need to be a professional animator to get started with PowToon today!

We provide all the animation tools you’ll ever need to immediately begin creating your own professional-looking animated explainer videos and animated presentations. From start to finish, you’ll be guided through a surprisingly simple process, resulting in eye-catching videos that will hook your audience without fail.

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One Click Export

Once you create a Powtoon, it’s yours forever to do with as you wish!

Maybe you made a PowToon video just to watch all by yourself and never show anyone else...but we sincerely doubt it. You want to get your amazing new animation out to as many people as possible! Fortunately, our easy export system gets your PowToon animated video on YouTube or downloaded to your computer to do with as you wish in just a couple clicks.

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The PowToon user interface has been extensively designed and tested to ensure it’s as simple as possible while never sacrificing an ounce of quality or professionalism. You have every animation tool required right at your fingertips, and we’re always adding more features, templates and styles!

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Even the simplest, driest topics and reports gain fresh zest and energy when they're communicated through animated videos. With dynamic characters, eye-popping images, and active text sequences (and much more!), PowToon helps you capture your audience's attention and imagination, far beyond the flat, stilted PowerPoint presentations you used to rely on.