If you're looking for some new presentation tools for students to implement in lieu of Google Slides, Prezi, PowerPoint, etc., check out this list of five fresh, fun, and FREE presentation tools!
1. Office Sway - Sway has a small learning curve but has a built-in guided tutorial to help users build their presentations. Students can add text, headings, images, videos, tweets, charts and even embed content into their presentations.
They can create presentations that scroll horizontally, vertically, or showcase more like traditional slideshows and can easily apply a variety of attractive design templates.
2. emaze - This presentation tool is another fun new alternative to the usual presentation tool. Emaze also comes with nice templates and lets you add text, images, videos, shapes, and charts.
Students can collaborate to create their emaze and finished products can be shared OR downloaded in a variety of formats.
So, that's it! Five fresh, fun, and FREE presentation tools for you and your students to explore and use! I'm always on the lookout for great new options, so if you know of others, please add them in the comments below!