Mashable: Tools for a Killer Presentation

There may come a time when you are tasked with making a presentation. Whether it be for a big business meeting or an academic lecture hall, it is important to keep your audience engaged.

Today’s presentation tools go beyond the Microsoft Powerpoint program you may be used to.  A whole slew of tools now exist that can fancy up your presentation to keep people interested.

Mashable created a list of some of these tools.  Some of the listed sites are free and some are paid but they are all worth checking out.

Some allow you to store your presentation in the cloud, like Google Presentations on Google Dcs.

Prezi is one of the most creative and impressive tools.  This site features a variety of templates and allows you to make non-linear presentations. I’ve used this tool myself and it creates very cool visualizations of even the most boring material.

Keynote is both an app for Apple products and a iWork integration that allows you to create presentations, arrange slides, record voice-overs, and sync with an HD screen.

Click here to read the entire list.

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7 responses to “Mashable: Tools for a Killer Presentation”

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