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Chromebook Resources


Presentation Apps & Tools

Popular presentation formats:


Chromebook Apps & Extensions:


Record what’s on your computer screen and your voice with it.


Log in with your school Google account create explainer videos or infographics.


Record yourself (webcam), your screen, and add audio.



Record your screen and yourself (webcam) with your voice.


Download Office Online from the Chrome web apps store to be able to access PowerPoint to create presentations.

Login with student Google account to create videos using photos, video clips, and music.​​

Tech Tutorials for Students

Technology Sites and Links

Technology Resources: Websites to make videos, interactive posters, and other cool stuff

  • Animoto: A free site that automatically turns your photos, video clips, and music into unique video pieces. An option to upgrade for a fee (to produce longer videos) is available.
  • Canva: A free site that allows you to design and create presentations, flyers, programs, invitations, logos, social media graphics, and more with different layouts, images, fonts, and filters to use. PAid upgrade and education accounts available.
  • Powtoon: A free online animated presentation software that allows anyone to create animated presentations and animated explainer videos.
  • Prezi: A free, cloud-based presentation software (everything is housed online) that combines the idea of whiteboards and slides together using a zoomable canvas, which allows presenters to explore ideas and the connections between them.
  • Voki: An educational tool that allows users to create their very own talking character, which can be customized to look like historical figures, cartoons, animals, and even yourself. Give your Voki a voice by recording with a microphone, using a dial-in number, or uploading an audio file. Voki characters can be emailed, shared on social media, and embedded on websites. Basic Voki is free for educators and students.