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rrinker
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adding power point presentations for my students

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I have several power point presentations I use in my class.  Several of the students have asked if they can have access to them.  Specifically there are 16 presentations, one for each week.  How can I upload the powerpoint presentations, either individually or all as one file, so my students can access them?

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isobel_williams
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Hi  @rrinker ‌

You can bulk upload files  How do I bulk upload files to a course?

Remember to add the copyright information to each.   Also note the size of each file is not greater than 5GB 

You can then add the files to the relevant pages  How do I create a file link in a page in a course?

Having the files auto open may also be useful How do I set the auto-open for inline preview for files using the Rich Content Editor

But they would be better on their own page if you do this

isobel 

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isobel_williams
Community Contributor

Hi  @rrinker ‌

You can bulk upload files  How do I bulk upload files to a course?

Remember to add the copyright information to each.   Also note the size of each file is not greater than 5GB 

You can then add the files to the relevant pages  How do I create a file link in a page in a course?

Having the files auto open may also be useful How do I set the auto-open for inline preview for files using the Rich Content Editor

But they would be better on their own page if you do this

isobel 

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karen_bowden
Community Participant

The link to the inline preview does not seem to be working. So ...

Just trying to help. This seems to be a common question. Solution without resorting to Google or OneDrive or O365 is to:

1. Insert the file.

2. Select the file link.

3. Select Link options.

4. Automatically open in-line preview.

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