Academic Presenter - A Free Presentation Software

Academic Presenter is a free software that harness video-game technology to create spectacular dynamic presentation.
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Know elementary concepts in Academic Presenter
Know how to add Basic and advanced objects inside Canvas
Learn how to arrange, group, and align elements
Practice basic and advanced operations to prepare presentations faster and easier
Learn how to link basic shapes with lines and arrows to create Mind-map
Learn how to add PDF documents to the presentation
Know how to draw with stylus on the canvas
Learn how to create animation for elements as, well as the camera

Requirements

  • How to install a software.
  • How to work with windows

Description

Learning presentation skills will have a significant effect on students’ futures. Although, traditional presentation platforms are expensive, they do not teach our students how to organize their presentation in a story-like framework.

Academic Presenter is a free utility that harness video-game technology to create spectacular dynamic presentations. It combines capabilities of slide-based software products with a dynamic canvas. Users will have transitions between slides like PowerPoint and an infinite canvas like Prezi.

In these tutorial videos, I will introduce a state-of-the-art presentation software by which you can present nonlinear topics efficiently and sharpen your storytelling skills.

Who this course is for:

  • University students who want to give captivative presentations
  • Teachers and universities' professors who want to teach complicated topics
  • Anyone who are interested in presentation in general

Course content

6 sections23 lectures1h 50m total length
  • What is Academic Presenter?
    01:26
  • What are the pros and cons?
    01:48
  • How to Install Academic Presenter.
    01:47

Instructor

Software Developer
Danial EsmaeiliAliabadi
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
  • 207 Reviews
  • 11,128 Students
  • 1 Course

I got my Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from Sabanci University and I am currently an Instructor at Ozyegin University, Istanbul, Turkey. I have been teaching for years and developed many educational tools for high school and university students to solve their academic problems. I received many national and international awards in the robotics' game events.