One of the questions that I received this week for Two Ed Tech Guys Take Questions was a rather broad question of, “do you have any favorite Google Slides add-ons for high school students?” That’s kind of a hard question to answer without having more context of what you want students to accomplish in Google Slides. None-the-less my go-to recommendation is the Unsplash Google Slides add-on. It allows students to quickly find high-quality images that are in the public domain and insert those images into their slides with just one click. Answering that question got me thinking that I should make an updated tutorial on how to find and install Google Slides add-ons. So that’s what I did this morning. In this short video I demonstrate how to find Google Slides add-ons, how to install them, and how to remove them if you don’t like them. Ten Things You Should Know About Using Video in Google SlidesFive Things You Should Know About Using Audio in Google Slides

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