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Sometimes it isn't enough to have a presentation displayed up on the screen. Your screen might be too small, some in your audience could suffer from poor eyesight, or you might just be in a classroom where you need to engage mobile devices in order to keep the attention of your students. Recognizing all of these, plus the fact that it's just handy for your audience to have the ability to view your slides at their leisure, wePresent features a function we call WebSlides. Simply put, WebSlides is the ability to access and view the presentation from any device's browser at your own pace. It's very easy to use, so let's talk about how it works.
The professor draws the equation out on the whiteboard, the room filling with the tang of dry-erasemarker as he fervently sets the problem up for the class to solve. He steps aside, sets the marker down, and surveys his own work for mistakes before turning around.