Over the last few weeks, we have been looking at how Popplet can be used in Project work – all project work: A school assignment about volcanoes, the implementation of new machinery into a factory, or planning the opening of a coffee shop. No job too big or too small. In this article, we focus on presentations.
Presentations are now an essential part of work and education. They are no longer an activity confined to the realm of experts, and it’s highly unlikely that anybody born in the digital age will be able to avoid having to give one at some point. These days, even Kindergarteners are taught how to present their work.
As you can see from above, it would be fair to say that Popplet boards are the very stuff of presentations. Depending on the stage of your project, if you’re using Popplet, then you will always have a collection of visuals for presentations. But did you know that Popplet comes with its very own built-in presentation tools?
Along with Popplet’s own features, there are also a few other ideas for delivering presentations using Popplet:
Popplets can be found anywhere on the planet. We have proof: when Popplet has issues (everyone has issues sometimes), we are quickly able to resolve them because Popplet people let us know about them in multiple languages. Popplet’s ubiquitousness is known to us for other more positive reasons of course, one of which is Popplet’s strong presence on the internet and social media.
A quick Google search will reveal the wealth of Popplet articles and images published every day. Popplets can also be found on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram. For a constant stream of great Popplet ideas, however, we suggest you check out Popplet on Twitter.
Educators and students of all disciplines and every level use Twitter. Writers, artists, and other creatives use Twitter. Entrepreneurs, business people, and other professionals use Twitter. In fact, there really is no way to define a Twitter user – people from every walk of life use Twitter for different things. What’s important to us, is that a great many people use Twitter to publish their Popplet work.
Of course, we keep a close eye on Twitter, but sometimes we are so impressed by what we see, that a simple retweet doesn’t do a Popplet idea justice. So we thought we’d bring some of the best of Popplet Twitter to you.
Planning is only one of Popplet’s many uses. Creating an interesting, attractive visual record of how we expect events to unfold is quick and easy, so not surprisingly, creating visual organizers is a very popular Popplet pastime. Colors, connections, real-time collaboration, text, images and video all mean you can plan just about anything you can think of on a single popplet board. Popular Popplet plans include:
Writing – a research project, an article, a book
Schedules – daily, weekly…yearly, however far into the future you need to see!
Holidays, trips, brief excursions…
Events – parties, weddings, dinners…
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