Post on 17-May-2015
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DESCRIPTIONThis is my Slideshare update. I changed a couple of minor things I noticed while reviewing the presentation for a class I will be teaching for staff development.
- 1. SlideShare: the new way to share ideas!
What is SlideShare?
SlideShare is a site designed to allow users to share certain files across the internet, and others can even embed you slideshow on their website!
These files include: PDF, DOC, PPT, and Keynote among others.
By C. Kroll
2. Why use others slides?
3. SlideShare in 9 Easy Steps
After that, a few extras
4. Open a web browser and type slideshare.net into the address bar. Hit Enter to go to the site.
5. Click on the Signup link in the top right-hand corner.
6. Enter your details and click Joinnow.
7. Persevere a little longer and enter just a few more details then click Sign Up.
8. Skip the next step by clicking the Skip this button.
9. Breathe deeply;we are now going to upload a document:
10. From the SlideShare Upload page click the Browse and Select Files button
11. Select the file (or files) you wish to upload
12. Describe the file so others can find it!
13. Click the Publish button.
15. You can then check on the progress of the file being readied for others to view.
From above to below!
16. Now what?
Since SlideShare is now a part of YouTube, you have the opportunity to integrate the two!
This also works with TeacherTube!
Create a slidecast.
17. Here are some extras you can do while also learning about SlideShare!
Add audio: Using SlideShare (with audio!)
Slide cast: SlideShare And SlideCasting
SlideShare and WikiSpaces: How To Embed Slideshare Into Wikispaces
YouTube in SlideShare: Insert A YouTube Video in SlideShare
On Mobile devices: Introducing SlideShare Mobile: use SlideShare on the go!
Blogger: SlideShare and Blogger
WordPress: Introduction to WordPress