Online Instruction: Choices, Choices, Choices

I am finding, as I work towards building a demonstration of online instruction, that the sheer number of choices for creating content are almost overwhelming. I am young enough, though I do not consider myself a digital native , where the technology is fairly accessible to me. I am finding, however, that it can still be overwhelming. My strategy has been to focus on a handful of useful tools and attempt to not be overwhelmed by the marketplace for technology tools for educators. I recommend, for anyone who has not yet used it, that Prezi is very versatile, especially if used in conjunction with video capture software native to your computer (in my case, iMovie). Combining these enables me to script, rehearse, and record presentations for class, or simply create dynamic interactive modules.


2 thoughts on “Online Instruction: Choices, Choices, Choices

    • I really enjoy working with it, it’s a lot more fun than simple PowerPoint. My solution is more than just what is natively available, though, I’ve somewhat jerry-rigged a system using a few programs on my computer in concert with Prezi.


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