Okay periods 2, 3, 5 and 6, now that the really hard part is over, whew, it’s time to turn attentions to the digital presentation component of your project.

You have a multitude of options. One, of course, is a PowerPoint. Don’t have MS Office, remember OpenOffice offers a free alternative.

I also suggest you take a peak at Glogster. It’s like a poster, but digital. It’s a very fun site and super easy. You can embed video, audio, pictures, text and the list goes on. ¬†It’s also great because the “poster” just stays on the web, no need to download anything.

You could make a digital newsletter at Letterpop
Or a multimedia storyline at Capzles
Make a comic strip at Pixton

There are other options, just start looking around. Try doing a  search for digital presentation and see what comes up.

Here is a great little video that gives presentation ideas. I highly recommend watching it!

Now once you have your “tool”, what content do you need to include? Just give highlights of your research. Make it interesting. Think about what you would want to see. Keep it short and sweet. Don’t go on and on about things no one cares about.

Digital Presentations