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Google Slides: A Step-By-Step Intro to Creating, Formatting, and Designing Slides

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Overview

Google Slides is a powerful free app that you and your students can use to create content, demonstrate knowledge, collaborate, and more with slides and presentations. Join Deb Norton as she shares step-by-step how to use some of the basic features in Slides, as well as many of the lesser known ones. She will show how to quickly get started using themes and layouts, as well as how to add slides and other elements. Deb will also demonstrate how to make your slides more appealing and informative by changing backgrounds, inserting and formatting text boxes, adding graphics, including transitions, and more. In addition, she will show how to share Slides so that you and your students or colleagues can begin working collaboratively. You will also learn how to create a Google presentation from an existing PowerPoint presentation, as well as how to save your Google Slides presentation in a different format.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Wednesday, July 8, 2020 @ 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Google Basics, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: collaboration, Google, Google Slides, graphics, layouts, presentations, text boxes, themes, transitions

Reviews (138)

Full Member
 
Great for those just beginning with slides!
 
It was very helpful and useful information.
 
Wow! A lot of helpful information! Thanks!
 
Very informative! Learned lots of tricks and add-ons that will make my slides more engaging, while also allowing me to share these with my students.
 
This was extremely helpful. I can't wait to try some of the tools and ideas.
Basic Member
 
Very informative and was easy to follow.
 
very helpful!
Full Member
 
Great info!! Thank you, super!!
 
Lots of good information. I am just starting, so I wish you'd helped me "create" a new slide . . . from the very beginning. Also, please slow down when you move your cursor around . . .it's not easy to see where your cursor is and then . . .bingo . . .a new image or drop down appears, and I don't know how you got there! Otherwise, you are a good presenter. I have learned so much from several of your other presentations. Thank you.
Full Member
 
Excellent presentations, I know I have done this before, but I am trying to master my slides. Thanks Deb
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