Monday, February 11, 2013

Slide Rocket & Google Docs

Sliderocket, an online presentation tool, has announced integration with Google Drive.  This is not a new collaboration, but I just heard about it on the Mobile Reach #41 (Yes, I'm a little behind).  Using the presentation tool is great, but Sliderocket has some good features that make it useful to try.  You can try out the integration with full features for free for 14 days, or you can sign up for a free Educator account.  If you have Google Apps at your district you can ask your administrator to add it to your apps account.

I think the one feature I am very interested in using with Sliderocket is the audio narration.  Since Slidrocket/Google Docs store files online your presentations are available on most devices (iOS, full Android support not yet available) or computer.  If you use it to create books like these - Stories in a New York Minute - you'll have a large eBook library in no time!

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