Virtual Presentations (Part 2)

Last year, we posted about two tools, Knovio and Present.me , that are designed to add video / audio narration to presentations. While Knovio and Present.me are still good options for creating webinars or lecture capture, Movenote is another robust option. While Movenote is very similar to both Knovio and Present.me, one noticeable difference is that you can import slides from Google Drive, and that the transitions on the slides are retained. In addition to creating video presentations in your browser, there are also free mobile apps for both Andriod and Apple, making it a scalable tool. CEHD students with iPads might be a population to test Movenote with.

To demonstrate how easy it is to video annotate on Movenote, here is an example I created in under five minutes:

movenote

Click me to launch!

Movenote Demo

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