68 – Slideshare

DOWN 42 places. Slideshare has dropped down the list this year but over the last 12 years it has been in prominent positions.

Slideshare is a popular place to find, as well as host presentation slidesets as well as other documents and infographics. Owned by LinkedIn.

Website: slideshare.net
Cost: Free
Availability: Online
Categories: 01: Web resources (and apps) and 07: Presentation tools

Top 100 Tools for Personal & Professional Learning 2018: 43
Top 100 Tools for Workplace Learning 2018: 
Top 100 Tools for Education 2018: 

Past Overall Rankings
2017: 26   2016: 18   2015: 20   2014: 15   2013: 16   2012: 13   2011: 9   2010: 5   2009: 7   2008: 20   2007: 31


Comments from some of those who selected Slideshare as one of their Top 10 Tools

“I’ve delivered more presentations in the past 12 months than the rest of my life, and SlideShare is a key part of both sharing my work and helping me find inspiration for telling better stories.” JD Dillon, USA

“a great source of packaged thinking, efficiently presented.” Arun Pradhan, Australia

“Same reason as Youtube. Is an incredible source of content.” Pablo Navaro, Spain

“it is very easy to upload presentations to this (free) presentation sharing site; the two shows above are examples. Presentations for teachers or students could be uploaded for example.” Colleen Young, Primary/Secondary (K12) teacher, USA, 2016

“A great way to share presentations online.” James Clay, UK, 2016

“both as publishing platform and as a resource” Joe Wilson, Consultant, Scotland, 2016

“The clipboard pinning feature helps me to manage my content curation activities.” L&D Manager, Germany, 2016

“A simple way to share presentations online but I use it (and LinkedIn, which owns Slideshare) in a separate browser to prevent it from tracking me.” Harold Jarche, 2014

“Worth investing time to follow the relevant people/topics” Stephen Dale, 2014
“easy for students to use” 2014
“I spend hours learning from others’ presentations” Despina Kalilali, 2014

“A Documents library like no other!”  Akash Bhatia 2013
“good resource and way to share content”  Charles Jennings 2103
“A handy way to share presentations so that people can view them before or instead of downloading them.” Harold Jarche 2013
“Make PPT available anywhere”  Jason de Nys 2013
“I love to search for free quality content on Slideshare” 2013

“This is a great way to share student work on a webspace”. Mary Howard

“PowerPoints from presentations always available and can be embedded into blogs and Moodle”. Leia Fee

“allows me to post my slide shows for others to see, but, more importantly, allows me to find great slideshows from others. There’s some amazing information there and all free of charge” Carol Skyring

“Now, how could I share my slides without slideshare? Yes, there are other ways but slideshare is true community. You can provide all the boundaries you want or leave your slides out on the table to be “borrowed” by just anyone. I figure no one would copy EndNote slides if they didn’t need them. I search slideshare for topics I’m interested in or need to know about and the presentations I find are so helpful to me I do download them and study how someone else did what I want to do.” Lissa Lord

“Other educators have provided excellent resources from Slideshare and slidecast, and I have been inspired to use it too!”  Anne Paterson

“In my view, the YouTube of presentations. This is a great social networking site for sharing presentations. You can access some really interesting presentations here.”  Manish Mohan