Here’s a link to my opening presentation for the Old Testament as Literature course I’m teaching this semester. It was entitled “The Old Testament All Around you.” It was supposed to be a fun presentation, just to get across the point that studying the Old Testament in an academic setting at the very least makes us better critics or consumers of modern culture. It’s made using a presentation program called Prezi, which has both an online and desktop option. If you want to try it out, creating your presentations online is FREE for anyone who is a teacher. You just have to provide them with an email address that looks like it’s from an educational institution and click a link in a confirmation email.
The frames were just jumping off points for me to talk about these particular topics.
Btw, I’d recommend scrolling over the word “More” and clicking full screen view. You move through the presentation by pressing the right arrow on your keyboard and back by using the left arrow (or by clicking the arrows they have on screen if you are not in full screen view). You zoom in on items (i.e. the videos, pictures, etc.) by clicking them with your mouse.