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This post about teachers sharing their presentations with students using Broadcast Slide Show in PowerPoint 2010 was written by Joy Miller.
Nowadays, students bring their laptops, smartphones, and iPads into the classroom to take notes, research online, and work on assignments. But one thing hasn’t changed. For many students, it can be difficult to see a presentation from the back of a large lecture hall. Why not embrace the use of digital devices and invite them "in" to your lectures?
Send your students a link to your class presentation and let them follow along on their digital devices. Using Broadcast Slide Show in PowerPoint 2010, students don’t even need to have PowerPoint installed.
After you create a PowerPoint presentation, you can send your students a link to the file via e-mail or Instant Message (IM). When class starts, just click Start Broadcasting. With this one click, all of the students with a link to the broadcast (both physically inside and outside the classroom) can see a live, synchronized view of your PowerPoint slides in their Internet browser as you click through them.
To get started, check out the conditions and procedures for starting and participating in a broadcast slide show:
• If you are a presenter, learn how to set up a broadcast slide show.• If you are an audience member, learn how to view the slide show from your computer or mobile phone.
--Joy E. Miller
Joy Miller writes for Office.com and specializes in all things PowerPoint. Joy has a particular interest in how teachers use PowerPoint in the classroom. She’s even been known to create and publish helpful templates to Office.com that let teachers quickly get started with a project.