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Haiku Deck: A Google Presentation Alternative
We’ve all had to make a presentation for some class and had a huge scare on how to get a 100 on “creativity” in the grading rubric. If you have a presentation to work on, but don’t want to use Prezi, and you don’t know how to make it seem stylish, check out Haiku Deck! It works a lot like Google Slides, but there are a lot more themes, fonts, and styles to make your presentation seem great. It is also easier to use and change certain things, such as format. However, you cannot edit a Haiku Deck presentation in real-time with other people, and you need a Pro account to add a video from YouTube.

But if you still want to check it out and try it, click here:
By Franklin Moy (Tech Leader)

AAL Student Help Desk

Have you visited our site yet?  This site should be your first stop when you have questions about your Chromebook, about learning in a Web 2.0 world, or about what's new with the Anywhere, Anytime Learning program.  Get answers to questions about insurance,  digital literacy,  connecting your wireless devices, etc.    Here you will find a link to all our great Tech Leaders blogs and how to become a Tech Leader.

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Video Tech Leaders

Video Tech Leader Stephen Kuechel interviewed new Principal James Edwards about being a New Face at Niles North. This will be a continuing series throughout the year. Next up is Student Services Director Laura Bolech.

Video Tech Leader James Barbosa interviewed the new West choral director Matthew Hunter about his experience growing and what led him to become interested in education and music.