Today I have been at a JISC workshop on repurposing resources at which I gave a ten minute presentation on the institutional perspective on repurposing resources.
This gave me an opportunity to share my presentation with others.
Now I know I could just upload my PowerPoint presentation, but that means people need to download and open it. Problems arise as I used Apple’s Keynote presentation software and not everyone has that. Yes I can export to PowerPoint, but that is not always perfect, more so if you use some of the more advanced features of Keynote.
So I decided to use a feature of Keynote which is to send to Youtube.
This works quite well, though some institutions ban YouTube so less useful there then.
I also used Slideshare and uploaded my presentation there as well, though I had to export as PowerPoint first.
On both presentations there is (virtually) no audio, which to be honest the presentation does need. I think I prefer the YouTube version as it captures the transitions from Keynote which Slideshare doesn’t.
Another option would be to use Google’s Presentation.