PDF Classroom Demonstrations

Last Update: 6/16/2001


The traditional way to create presentations using LaTeX is to use such classes as foiltex or seminar. These were originally designed to create overhead tranparencies. In the age of laptop presentations, powerpoint seems to dominate. Powerpoint, though, does not handle the complexities of mathematics. This being said, there are now several packages that can aid the development of presentations rich in color and special effects.

Other Links on this topic: See Michael Wiedmann's Screen Presentations. This page discusses PDF/LaTeX solutions as well html based solutions. The page is still in construction stage.