Creating presentations is an essential skill for the 21st century teachers and students. Thankfully, web 2.0 tools have made it way easier for anyone with the rudimentary technology know-how to instantly and through a simple process of drag, drop, and upload to set up a decent if not an amazing slideshow. Power Point is probably one of the popular software most of us have started with in creating presentations and is still largely used . However, there are several alternatives to PowerPoint . Here are my top 4 presentation tools. In case you want to explore other options then I recommend this list of more than 20 presentation tools. Enjoy
1- Google Presentation
This is my favorite presentation tool. I find it very practical and easier to use particularly with students in the classroom.Google Presentation also provides you with a store of great templates to choose from so you will always have new backgrounds to use.
I do love Prezi. It allows you to create great an engaging presentations. I use it mainly for presentations I create for Master courses.
Prezentit is another cool web tool that lets you create presentations online. It does not require any software installation and is very easy to use and also offers synchronous collaboration on slides you make with friends.
HelloSlide transforms your slides into a rich audiovisual format, recreating the experience of a live lecture. Simply upload your presentation, type the speech for each slide, and HelloSlide automagically generates the audio.