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"As a group, you’ll present on the common theme (or school of thought, time period, etc) your group has been assigned, using the information and research you’ve done on your individual authors to make a cohesive statement about the importance of your group of authors in literary study (why we should read and know about them). "
This is entire video is great stuff, but pay particular attention at timestamp 4:57
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Google Slides presentations are great if you are working collaboratively in groups. This online free PowerPoint alternative is very simple to use. You can change the theme and background of your presentation, insert text boxes, images, and videos, import slides, and more.
Haiku Deck is a new kind of presentation software. You can create a simple and clean presentation very easily. Only 1 deck is allowed with the free plan.
Powtoon allows you to create animated videos and presentations for free.
Prezi is a cloud based presentation software that opens up a new world between whiteboards and slides. The zoomable canvas makes it fun to explore ideas. You can create an account for free. With a public account, your prezis will be publicly viewable, searchable, and reusable.
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Copyright is important when considering what visual resources to use in your project. Please remember that citation and attribution rules still apply. For more information about copyright and where to find images for your projects, check out the Copyright: Visual and Digital Resources Guide listed above.
For quick reference of visual resources, check out some popular links and databases below. Not all of them are copyright free, so please remember to check the rights statements on each image.
Digital library of over one million images in the arts, architecture, humanities and social sciences. Can browse through images from a specific country by choosing Geography from the main page.
In BiblioBoard, you will find Anthologies, which are curated collections of books, images, documents, artifacts, sounds and video related to a specific theme. Anthologies differ in size and scope, but generally you will find dozens of books and other pieces of media related to a topic.