In creating posters for our class, I found Excel to be more user friendly.  It was easy to upload everything I wanted and looked nice in the end.  I did not like making my glog at all!  I had technical difficulties where the program would unexpectedly stop and shut down without automatically saving my work.  This was extremely frustrating to me!  However, on Glogster, there were more options to choose from and edit to make the page unique.  In the end, I was pleased how the poster turned out.  I could see how the glog poster could be used in presentations, especially since there was an option to add a video/ music.  The possibility of students being able to interact with the glog poster is appealing to me. Both posters could fall into the academic, administrative, and professional levels.  On the academic level I could see myself using a lot more of the excel posters to hang in my classroom for my students and the glog poster to discuss material in presentations with my students.  For the administrative and professional levels, the glog would be more effective because it is an exciting way to introduce either materials or even myself since it is very customizable.   

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