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The Best Online Teleprompters

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When you, or your students, are making a videocast, having a script or notes appear on your screen could come in handy.

Here’s a quick list of free and easy online teleprompter-like tools that let you paste your words into them and then scroll up on the screen:

Easyprompter

Cueprompter

Onlineteleprompter

Free Teleprompter

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

4 Comments

  1. Easyprompter was by far the easiest to use in my opinion.

    I’m going to pass this info around to my staff here at work, I hope they’ll be able to use it in their daily activities.

  2. I found http://www.freeteleprompter.org/ particularly good. The others seem rather dated.

  3. Thanx for this, Larry! I was in overwhelm doing the Google Dance,,,

    After trying them all… 3 comments

    Teleprompter Mirrors doesn’t exist any more… or at least your link above is broken

    Cueprompter has a foot peddle, pricey but available… busy web page for setup so kind of distracting

    Onlineteleprompter is “prettier” and very simple

    EasyPrompter is my personal favorite…
    Downloadable version so no need to be online: BIG for me
    Tracks time running or you… purrrfect since all of my presentations are timed

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