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March 20, 2009

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Con Morris

thanks for this Ollie. I was disappointed that PPTFlex didn't seem to hyperlink to the web unless I am missing something. If you are looking for that functionality you might want to try http://prezi.com. Needs a beta user account though! ;(

Nick

I use Google Earth for an Intro to Architecture, we start off with Mayan and Egyptian, Roman and on and on. Great to finish with our school, modern architecture and good for ACfE RELEVANCE.

Good to see you avoiding Comic Sans. !

Nick CDT Teacher.

OllieBray

@Con - I know what you mean Con. All the normal links, video embeds and animations need to work before Plex becomes really worthwhile in the classroom. Like you I've been quite impressed with Prezi.

@Nick - a great way to use Google Earth Nick. Would love to come and visit you and one of your classes at some point before the summer holidays?

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