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Get Involved! Using Technology to Engage Your Audience
Transcript of Get Involved! Using Technology to Engage Your Audience
Using Technology to Engage Your Audience
Good presentations are memorable...
but GREAT presentations involve the audience
Involve your audience by asking questions
Both PollEverywhere and Padlet allow you to ask
questions of your audience. But what if you could poll
your audience, analyze their responses instantly, and
share that real-time feedback? Now, that would be cool!
Shared Google Presentations
Seriously. When will this
presentation be over?
Padlet is like having an online bulletin board where you can have all audience members simultaneously post.
and give Padlet a try!
And not only can you use Google Docs to put together surveys, you can also collaborate in real time with multiple people on documents, presentations, or spreadsheets.
Not bad. But what's even better than a Google Presentation? Why a Prezi, of course.
This presentation is a
okay, that's cool. Prezi is awesome, but not very interactive. What sort of presentation tool could I use that is visual and let's the audience respond?
With VoiceThread, group conversations are collected and shared in one place from anywhere in the world. All with no software to install.
A VoiceThread is a collaborative, multimedia slide show that holds images, documents, and videos and allows people to navigate slides and leave comments in 5 ways - using voice (with a mic or telephone), text, audio file, or video (via a webcam). Share a VoiceThread with friends, students, and colleagues for them to record comments too.
STOP! My head is spinning! There are so many tools to use to engage my audience. But, where can I find an annotated list with links to all these tools?
And you definitely should check out the new Padagogy Wheel connecting all sorts of online tools with the newly revised Bloom's taxonomy and the Bloomin' Apps pages of edublogger Kathy Schrock.