Tuesday, March 19, 2013


If you don't use SlideShare, I suggest you look into it. You can upload your own slide shows to it as well as find slide shows there to "favorite" and download. Some of the ones you download, you can edit to use for teaching in your own classroom. Others, once saved to your "favorites" and tagged into categories, can be later accessed for showing in your classroom. SlideShare has many benefits. You don't even need an account to browse around to see what is there. But once you discover the advantages of SlideShare, you are likely to open an account. 

Slide shows found on SlideShare can be downloaded and embedded into blogs and websites, as illustrated below. 


Here is another SlideShare I just found, thanks to a tweet. Take a look at it, and let us know what you think.

Note SlideShare has a Search box. Use it to see what you find that is applicable to your teaching needs.  
Do you use SlideShare? Do you use other presentation sharing sites? If you find a slide show in Slide Share that you think you can use in your teaching, let us know.  As one of the first sites online for sharing of slide shows, SlideShare is a leader in the field and has an extensive collection of slide shows. 

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