Haiku Deck

Haiku Deck is a great tool for helping students get down the the essence of a presentation.  Students are able to make use of a library of stunning images or import their own, then add slide titles and text over top.  There isn’t a lot of room to add a lot of text, without obscuring the images, making it so the slide creator(s) need to focus in on key points or spread information over multiple slides.  Presentations can be shared to social media sites, have the URL emailed, embedded on blogs, and even downloaded for offline sharing.

Check out the example below:


What is Media Literacy Today? – Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires;

Site: http://www.haikudeck.com/
Pros: Image library, highly share-able, ease of use, can be created in iOS app or in a web browser
Cons: No Android app

Flowboard

Flowboard is an iOS-based presentation tool that looks and functions similarly to a photo gallery. Users can create slides that combine images and text or embed content from Dropbox, Instagram, Facebook, and other online sources.  Flowboards can be shared by URL or embeded into a site.

Here’s an example:

View on FlowVella – Presentation Software for Mac iPad and iPhone

Site: https://flowboard.com/
Pros: Good for picture-rich presentations and portfolios that link to other sources; portfolios can be viewed using a web browser
Cons: Presentations can be made solely on iOS devices.