I used slideshare instead. I did not yet use the narration feature, because we have to narrate as a team. I look forward to doing that on my own when we are done. It would be too hard to do it with three of us in different places. Slideshare has been a resource for my blog when I want to post a bunch of pictures from an event. As a presentation solution, I was thrilled with some of the free options it offered. It has some great features and I wish I could change my tooltime to that tool.
|Can you read our Webspiration?|
|I chose the peace sign because what is contained in the this Tagxedo|
just a "piece" of the whole IT picture. I know, very corny.
I also made a Tagxedo to enhance the presentation and spent some time rearranging the Webspiration so it wasn't so busy, then Brian really fixed it and it looks nice now. Too big to actually read the screen capture in a photo here, you will have to be content with my Tagxedo instead. I was unable to do the things I REALLY wanted to do with this project. I wanted a blinking eye between the time eras, and I wanted to shoot words out of a cannon or a rocket as a transition as well. I especially wanted a photo of Tompkins with the macs from the 80's to include, but I can't always get what I want. The transitions won't work well in a web 2.0 sharing scenario unless I convert the entire thing to a movie. This will not work for me because of the video clips I want to have in it. The audience will be able to just move ahead after they watch what THEY want. Oh, well, best laid plans...