Creating Engaging Animated Videos With PowToon


Are you looking for a way to create engaging, animated videos that capture your student’s attention?  If so, PowToon may just be the answer!

PowToon is the PowerPoint or Prezi alternative that can make learning fun.  Creating a PowToon is as easy as 1-2-3.  In under 10 minutes, you can select a template, structure your storyboard, create your presentation and publish your PowToon video.  PowToon videos can be stored in your PowToon account or you can also export them to YouTube, Vimeo or Wistia.  Don’t see a PowToon template you like?  No problem! You can also create your own from a blank template.

Whether you want to spice up your course Welcome/Getting Started video, create lesson previews for your flipped classroom or recap a topic, PowToon is a fun and easy way to deliver the message.  You can also share this useful technology tool with your students who may want a creative project presentation alternative.

PowToon’s are used by many large companies such as Starbucks, Cisco, Coca-Cola, Pfizer, eBay, and Costco; therefore, introducing your students to PowToon technology adds another industry skill to their resume.

Not only are PowToon’s easy to create, edit and publish, but the PowToon library at offers numerous helpful tutorials including a Quick Start Guide.  Best of all PowToon has a basic, free version or you can select one of their low-cost educational plans for more features.   Users who upgrade to the paid version of PowToon receive the added benefit of technical support.

To watch a short video about how you can “Bring Awesomeness to Your Classroom!” or to get started using PowToon today, visit

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