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How to Use AI in Google Slides

In case you haven’t heard, AI is the buzzword of the year in education and technology. If you haven’t tried any AI tools yet, Google Slides has one that it’s easy to use and that you might actually want to use on a regular basis. 

The “insert images” menu in Google Slides now has an option titled “help me visualize.” When you select that option you can type a description of the kind of image you would like to add to your slides. Once you’ve done that give Google twenty seconds and it will generate a small gallery of images for you to pick from. Pick one to add your slide and then you can crop it, resize it, and reposition it as you see fit. Watch my short video that is embedded below to see how the “help me visualize” feature in Google Slides works. 

Video – How to Use AI in Google Slides

Want to learn more about Google Slides? Check out my playlist of 77 more Google Slides tutorials for teachers

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