Buncee is a web-based tool for creating interactive multimedia presentations. The user can integrate content from both external and internal sources as well as create content directly on each slide. A toolbar provides ease of accessibility and preview without the user ever navigating away from the slide. Buncee is available on a freemium model.
Buncee is a web-based tool for creating interactive multimedia presentations. The product was created to bring all sources and types of content into one space. In doing so, Buncee makes technology accessible to both teachers and students of all proficiency levels.
The user begins with a blank slide called the “creation window.” All activity happens within this space. The toolbar at the right controls all incoming multimedia content, which can be from one’s own library, the internet, or the pre-existing Buncee collection. In addition, the user can create content directly on each slide. Once the user integrates all photos, videos, audio, and text, she can apply aesthetics such as drawings, stickers, and animations. Upon completion, a presentation can be shared publicly or privately via social media or email.
Buncee is browser-based, as well as on a free native iPad app.
Buncee has a freemium model. Users can create and share Buncee's for free, but features like organizing a class and recording audio must be purchased as part of a Buncee Plus plan. According to the company's website these plans start a $20/year. An example class of 25 students would pay $80/year. Buncee also has special pricing plans for entire schools or districts who wish to purchase the product.
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The only thing that I would add is the ability to upload videos right to the platform instead of first uploading it to YouTube or Vimeo. It would be great for students to be a...
Although the cost was not unreasonable I happen to be in a school system that did not give me a budget last year. When I do get a budget it is $250 per year. I just would not be able to afford it. I was expecting it to hit the kinistetic piece more that what I saw. When they mentioned that word i...