Presenting our Digital Artifacts Portfolio
Click on the video below to view an introductory video about Sway.com, a new presentation tool from Microsoft.com. Sway is an app that allows users to express ideas across devices. With this app, students can easily create interactive and polished presentations. It has the ability to pull material and ideas through Microsoft OneDrive, social network sites, devices and from the internet. Sway also allows students to import documents from almost the entire Microsoft Office Suite into their presentations, making this a very user-friendly and flexible app for student learning . To share Sway technology, all teachers must do is create one teacher account that students can work from. Once students have completed their Sway presentations, teachers or students can embed their projects onto an open or closed source website. Microsoft allows users to choose three ways to view presentations. The "Public" option allows viewing of Sway by anyone performing a Web search, "People with the link" means that only people who are provided a link to the Sway can view it, and "Just me" means the Sway can be viewed only by people who have the creator's log-in information.
How to Build a Sway Presentation
View the video below to learn more about how Sway enables users to pull in documents, images and video from the Microsoft Office Suite and other sources, providing flexible and creative solutions for both teachers and students.