An animated GIF is a series of sequential frames played in order with a delay between them to create the illusion of movement. Those frames are all contained within a single GIF file that holds all the still images along with instructions on how fast to go through them. It's a little digital flipbook. Source: Popular Mechanics
I've included a link to some of my animated GIF resources in my blog entry at TCEA.
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- GifMaker.me (Free): You can use this web-based tool to create animated GIFs.
- GIF Toaster (iOS; Free): You can take a series of photos (or screenshots on your iOS device), then arrange them as an animated GIF.
And, when creating animations from Google Slides, I have found Slides to Drive add-on or Chrome extension worthwhile helper.
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