Did you know a Google Slides presentation can easily be placed inside your MindTap course? In a post in our Engage Your Students area (Online Experiment: Helping Students Improve Their Study Skills), Michael Britt showed how he created an online experiment to help students improve their study skills. He used a combination of Google Slides, Forms and Spreadsheets and in the video at the bottom of that post you'll see one way you can add a link to your presentation using MindTap's Web Link activity.
There's another way to do this: simply link your Google Drive account with MindTap. After you've done this you can add the presentation to your MindTap class by clicking the Add/Create button, then "Activity" and then "Google Drive". You'll have immediate access to the files on your Google Drive that you can quickly add to your MindTap course.
Here's a brief video showing how an anatomy instructor adds a Google slides presentation (on the cranial nerves) to the Nervous System chapter in her MindTap course: