Keynote can help educators, or anyone responsible for teaching others, to improve presentations, create flipped classes, and engage students. This course goes over some of the different ways that educators can use Keynote. The course does not go over the specific details on how to use Keynote, so it is expected that you already have a basic understanding of the program.
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- [Instructor] In this course, we'll take a look at how educators can use Keynote to improve their instruction. Keynote is a program similar to Microsoft's Powerpoint. However, whereas Powerpoint is typically used on PCs, Keynote is a software that runs on Macs. This information will be helpful to classroom teachers at the K-12 level, instructors in higher education, at the corporate level, or anyone responsible for teaching others. Now, this course is designed to give an overview of ways in which educators can utilize Keynote. We won't be going over all the specifics on how to use Keynote, so it's expected that you're already somewhat familiar with how to use the program.
If you want to learn more about the specifics, such as how to create and format slides, insert and edit multi-media, how to navigate the menu, or other aspects of Keynote, I suggest checking out one of the many courses available in our library. As you can see, there are a number of different courses, and you can find the one that correlates with the version of Keynote that you have available. Let's get started with the course.
- Creating engaging Keynote presentations
- Inserting interactive actions
- Creating flipped classes
- Empowering students to create with Keynote