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Multimedia presentations have always been a cornerstone tool for engaging learners with content and information.

Tools such as Microsoft PowerPoint and Google Slides have been programs I commonly use as a FRAMEWORKS to build powerful presentations.

To these files, I find it helpful to open conversations with instructors and designers about adding additional modifications and  elements which can put presentations over the edge compared to an ordinary bullet-pointed stationary set of text.

This example, is one such case where a presentation was edited and converted to a website experience

Project:  from "Designing Online Surveys" learning unit

Beginning with: Google Slides slideshow file "Game Contest" stored in Google Drive

Results of modifications: Website slideshow gallery, and downloadable PDF

Step 1

Build Google Slides slideshow, and save in Google Drive

Step 2

Open in Google Drive and download as PDF

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Step 3

Open PDF in Adobe Acrobat Pro and Save as JPEG- this breaks the PDF up into 11 separate slide files

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Step 4

Open WIX and EDIT web page to add "Image Gallery" feature, and add each of the 11 images to the scrollable gallery for slideshow viewing effect
Include link to full PDF for downloading

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Step 5

Demonstrate Image Slider Gallery



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