With Prezi, a storytelling tool, you can create a cloud based dynamic 3-D presentation with browsing capabilities throughout constructed frames loaded with your content, pictures, graphs, documents, YouTube clips, etc. This presentation is assigned a unique url that can be shared online. Prezi online software has a free license available to teachers and students. A presentation can only be created with a license; however, the shared Prezi url can be viewed by an audience that hasn’t registered for a Prezi license.
What you can do with Prezi:
- Connect dots within the big picture of a presentation.
- Organize related sets of content in an organized web or framework.
- Select creative ways to navigate through material during presentation.
- Review material in any order during a presentation.
- Assign a group of 10 students to collaborate remotely on a Prezi presentation.
- Convey complex ideas in a short amount of time.
- Add drama and interest to presentations.
- Appeal to both visual and auditory learners.
- Integrate and relate key ideas with images, documents, charts, video, etc.
- Store presentations in the Cloud.
- Embed Prezi in a web page, e-mail, share the URL via blackboard.
Comparing Prezi to PowerPoint
Consulted: White, Nicole L. (2011). Prezi v. PowerPoint: Finding the right tool for the job. (Thesis). State University of New York Institute of Technology, Utica, NY.
- Download and install Prezi EDU license Registration to explore the software and see if it’s the right tool for you. Before installation, review the system requirements on the download page for Windowns or Mac.
- Attend an OIT workshop on Prezi. Visit the OIT Instructor-Focused Workshops page to view the schedule and to register. For an individual consultation or when the workshop is not available, please request a meeting through the OIT HelpDesk contact form or by calling 865-974-9900.
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Prezi Community and Forum – Q&A and Learn Tips
Prezi to PDF
Printing a Prezi
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YouTube – Prezi Channel
CMD/CTRL + P: Present
Right and left arrows: move forward and backward a step
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