Getting Started with App Inventor

This is a link to the presentation that can be downloaded to your computer.

Getting Started with App Inventor

Link to view the presentation online.

I tried several ways to get the presentation to embed. Even using the text box with WordPress did not work. Google gave me the embed code, but WordPress is too protective. I thought about putting it in a text box, but those have to be permanently located in a sidebar or the footer. Clicking on the link launches the presentation. You can view the notes or just the slides.

Enjoy!

Update Feb 23, 2013:

I wish I could remember where I read about this technique so I could properly credit the person. This is an image I uploaded and chose to use a “custom URL”. The custom URL is the address of the presentation. I was not able to tell it to open in a new tab so it will wipe out my learning log if you click on the image below. So for those of us who have not figured out how to embed a Google Doc, take a screenshot of it, or use any image you like, upload the image and attach a custom URL to it. It works. Woo hoo!

should link to the presentation

This should link to the presentation.

About Melissa

I am a former high school science teacher and recently completed a MET degree at Boise State

Posted on February 21, 2013, in 1.1.2 Designing stuff, 1.1.3 Develloping products, 2.3 Computer-Based Technologies, 3.1 Media Utilization, 4.1 Project Management, EDTECH 513 and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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