Blog post: The Digital Migrant, Nov 2009
On my eternal mission for freebies and with a rock-solid determination to never pay for any techie toys, I’ve just found this article – about the animation potential of Powerpoint, which I think is worth a try. The (much lusted after) Videoscribe website continually stresses that there is absolutely no need to draw anything, which I think must be its strongest selling point because most people are either incapable or terribly ashamed of their drawing abilities. However, I can draw and quite fancy doing further battle with Powerpoint in the hopes of producing something broadly comparable to a poor person’s Videoscribe. I suspect I could be heading for disappointment; Powerpoint certainly has the potential and capability for this, but it can be a shockingly slow and painful process at times.
collaborate wiki, Bradford College – think this probably covers everything I might have found to put in my Techie Toybox…
Marcus O’Donnell, University of Wollongong, firstname.lastname@example.org, 2006
Shamelessly snaffled from blogging4education – thanks Beth 🙂