- April 20, 2017
11:00 am - 12:15 pm
Prezi is an online presentation service provider that allows you to create dynamic and attention-grabbing presentations. It allows users to create a presentation with the storyboard approach on a canvas for linear and free-flowing story lines. You can create text, integrate images and video, and use zooming and panning features to make lively presentations.
Teams of users may find Prezi of value because of the ability to create and collaborate easily because of its online based feature. Also, the existing library of public and reusable Prezis are a nice feature for faculty looking to find presentations already created on a specific content topic.
In this hands-on workshop, learn how to create a free public account and start making powerful instructional productions. Free Prezi presentations remain on the internet and are publicly viewable. There are Edu Pro and Edu Team accounts available, and the benefits and pricing for these will be discussed.
Perron, B. E., and A. G. Stearns. “A Review of a Presentation Technology: Prezi.” Research on Social Work Practice 21.3 (2011): 376-77.
Venue: ILC Classroom