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Prezi for Presentations: January 14, 2014

Presented for NN/LM MAR Boost Box (http://nnlm.gov/mar/training/boost_schedule.html). In this session, Julia introduces the unique features of Prezi, discusses making the transition from PowerPoint, and demonstrates creating your first Prezi.
by Julia Dahm on 28 January 2014

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Transcript of Prezi for Presentations: January 14, 2014

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Prezi for Presentations
Julia Jankovic, MLIS
Technology Services Librarian
Health Sciences Library System
University of Pittsburgh
jcj6@pitt.edu
Lateral: from one area to next
Zoom in and zoom out
Topic A
Subtopic A

Subtopic B

Subtopic C
Access, edit, save, and present from
Basic free account, free educational upgrade
Images
Shapes
Movies
Themes
What makes a good Prezi?
Spin
Angles up to 360˚
A
(but don't make anyone dizzy!)
From computer
PDFs, image files
From web
(Google)
Audio
Transitioning from PowerPoint
Import from PowerPoint
Keeps text, shapes, and images from your PowerPoint files

Does not transfer bullets, SmartArt, backgrounds, and animations
Unique Prezi features
Variety of tools
Web-based, free to use
Presentation of related topics in an overview format
Three ways to navigate:
From Google search
Prezi.com
Tells a
STORY
ILLUSTRATES
a complex idea
Map your structure
Smooth transitions
Utilize the space
THINK outside
the SLIDE
Strategies:
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