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Go to the upload page on SlideShare and click on Upload from Dropbox. Then select a file from your Dropbox folders to publish to SlideShare.
Read the full article on the SlideShare blog.
…here are ten things you need to know.
Here’s a video of the most recent version of my Creative Commons presentation. There’s not much different from the last few iterations but this one does include color commentary from my colleague Christa Burns. (It’s also the first video I’m posting via SlideShare, which now does video.)
First: a video about it’s use @ UT Dallas:
Second: A PPT titled “25 Interesting Ways to Use Twitter in the Classroom”
Anyone who reads this blog knows I’m a SlideShare user. Well, as of this morning, SlideShare just got 100x better as it is now fully integrateable with PowerPoint 2007. Just install the SlideShare Ribbon for PowerPoint (don’t forget to install the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 first as instructed) and then you’ll have a new SlideShare ribbon right in PowerPoint.
As you can see from the buttons much of what they do is self-explanatory. Simply put you can upload to, search, and download from SlideShare directly in PowerPoint. Here’s a screenshot of what the search/preview/download interface looks like.
What I also found surprisingly impressive is the program’s ability to give you detailed statistics about your account with just a click of the Presentation Stats button.
There’s more I could say but instead I’ll leave you with the intro video that the folks at SlideShare put together.
Here’s another service that I’ve been using for a few years and upload most of the presentation I do. (Including ones you won’t find in the nebraskaccess account since I do speaking engagements outside of my official NLC duties.) To follow-up on the Twitter thing, here’s the recent presentation that Christa and I did at Internet Librarian 2008.
Find your voice, speak intelligently to the people you respect, and get better. This presentation covers everything I know about producing the kind of work that I enjoy and that I strive to make. NB: I’ll eventually replace this upload with an annotated version, so apologies in advance if comments and what have you disappear later. SlideShare Link