How to Make a Series of PowerPoint Courseware to DVD
PowerPoint-based courseware has been one of the most popular teaching solutions for college education and academy training. Teachers usually make series of courseware for one subject in advance, and then publish them one by one to students on teaching schedule. It's potential that you might miss some of courseware in the long term, or students ask you for all courseware a few days before the final exam to have a review. To avoid the unexpected trouble and make your lesson note in order, you can use some application to manage your document.
Some PowerPoint converters are recommended to keep your PowerPoint courseware by categories. There're lots of advantages by doing so, as burning all documents into one DVD with menus. One is that you can browse any lesson or any part of any lesson at will. Then it's clear to sort all PowerPoint courseware according to grades and subjects. Once you complete the courseware, you can add it to the DVD and use it for class any time. For students, PowerPoint courseware on DVD provides them a convenient condition to do self-study and course review. Since DVD discs are supported by most computers and DVD players, you no longer need to worry if others don't have PowerPoint installed in their computers. At last, it's also wise to burn your teaching materials on DVD as backup.
You might ask that since the textbook will be divided into several chapters according to the content, so there will be some courseware in the same quality to match with, so how to package them into one DVD file? There're some PowerPoint to DVD converter applications like PPT2DVD allows you to make it, with three steps you can own your DVD containing all PowerPoint courseware.
1. Import your courseware: Add all courseware under the same subject to the application menu, you can also adjust the playing order of each chapter and check the full information of your PowerPoint files.
2. Customize your video. Here PPT2DVD allows you to customize the DVD menu with a wide range of built-in DVD templates menus. All the objects on the DVD menu can be modified freely, including text adding, position adjusting for objects and background music inserting. So students can easily recognize the content and pick out what they want to watch quickly. You can also play courseware with DVD remote manually, so it's more convenient for you to handle the teaching process.
3. Burn your courseware to DVD. The last step is to save your documents into DVD file. If you have a DVD burn drive, it can automatically generate a DVD disc from your PowerPoint courseware. Saving a backup ISO file is also available in this PowerPoint to DVD converter.
Now you can label the subject name on the DVD disc and use it as a portable courseware which can be played on most of computers and DVD players. All courseware in one ISO file is also welcome by students since they don't need to search among the numerous of PowerPoint files to get what they need. The combination of Microsoft PowerPoint and PowerPoint to DVD converter application can be a powerful solution for teaching and learning. It can greatly improve the efficiency of teaching and file management, making a distinct effect for knowledge storing and sharing.