10 Low-Cost Ideas for Employee Training

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Lighting: Photography Photo Portrait Studio Kit ($56) or create your own DIY kit (under $100 or less) Microphone: ShureMV88 iOS Digital Stereo Condenser Microphone ($149) is great for regular videos, podcasting, using in the field, and live streaming; PowerDeWise Grade Lavalier Lapel Microphone for up close interviews, speeches, and outdoor use Video editing software: i Movie (free for Mac users) or Camtasia for PC. If you think training and development is out of your reach, think again.

The ULTIMATE Guide to PowerPoint Alternatives

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There’s a bunch of grid layouts for adding photography, but you can’t overlay a grid on the slide. Edu Class ($40 per month for max 30 users): All Pro features plus lesson templates, custom templates, collaboration, control privacy settings. They apply mobile friendly HTML5 technologies to help you create animated presentations. per year): The Basic version plus unlimited decks, offline viewing, privacy controls, add audio, embed YouTube, branding, Zuru.

Google Slides: The ULTIMATE guide

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This includes the web, mobile and desktop apps. To learn more about sharing and privacy settings, see Cloud working below. Use high quality photography- not stock photo clichés: . Don’t underestimate the power of photography. The right photography can create a positive atmosphere and sense of finesse around you and your presentation; cheesy stock images will have the opposite effect!