PowerPoint has many great qualities, but there is life beyond PP. Many of these are cloud based and can be accessed anywhere there is Internet. In addition, many of them can be downloaded for off-line viewing or accessed via a tablet. Like many sites, they may offer free services, educational services, and paid upgrades. Happy presenting! *My favs.
Somewhat limited without an upgrade, but worth looking at.
Unfortunately, Gloster is now paid. There is a 7 day free trial. It is worth considering.
Padlet is an online corkboard, but could be used for a presentation.
PowTooon may have a bit of a learning curve, but it has some exciting features. Recommended for intermediate to advanced user.
Russell Stannard's Introduction and Advanced Tutorials on Prezi.
Here's a nice tutorial for adding audio.
Youblisher is super simple. Convert any Word into a PDF, upload it to the site and you have an online flip book that can be used for a quick presentation.
Visme is currently in beta.
Make an animated video quickly.
Hint: Most sites have tutorials and help centers.
Related pages on this site
Outside the box: Put some of these tools in the hands of your learners. How can they augment to a current lesson or unit of instruction? How can they be used as a form of assessment? How might you look at the process when giving instructions and assessing? How can they be used to differentiate or individualize?