Slides as Hyperdocs
Using Google Slides as a hyperdoc is a great way to organize learning experiences for students. Especially if you are using the edit master feature so that you can create templates with "unmovable" objects. "The Indestructible Hyperdoc" is what I title it when I present/train on this topic. The teachers that have attended my workshops have found it to be extremely valuable as they want to create custom learning experiences to differentiate in their blended learning environments. (If you aren't sure what a hyperdoc is, here are all of my posts on the topic.
Slides offers some different opportunities for organizing learning over Docs, Forms, or even Google Sites. I built a chart to kind of overview the advantages/purposes of using various Google Apps for hyperdocs.
Google Slides Import
As teachers are creating hyperdocs via Google Slides, they are realizing it is advantageous to create templates or graphic organizers that can be reused due to the sheer amount of time it takes to build. So as they are creating Venn diagrams or KWL charts, they don't want to have to remake them for every hyperdoc they create. A simple solution is to use the import feature in Google Slides. I highly recommend creating a bank of interactive tools within Slides. Then as you build learning experiences for students you can get your videos/resources linked and directions set to your liking, and finally import some of your templates/graphic organizers you built in the past.