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Avoiding Prezilepsy: Organization strategies to reduce motion sickness caused by Prezis

Prezi’s zoom capabilities can create a sense of motion sickness. This Prezi discusses strategies that reduce this sickness—which I call “Prezilepsy.”
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Shawn Apostel

on 8 February 2017

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Transcript of Avoiding Prezilepsy: Organization strategies to reduce motion sickness caused by Prezis

Using Prezi Meeting to Facilitate Feedback during the Topic Selecting and Organizing Stage of the Composition Process
Brainstorming in the Cloud
Step 1:
The Assignment
Step 2:
Facebook
Step 3:
Prezi Meeting
Step 4:
Class Reflection
Recommendations
Students were placed in groups of four to six and asked to create a Prezi meeting, sharing the link to edit their Prezi on the class Facebook group.

After creating the Prezi and commenting on each other's projects, students were asked to comment on the Prezis created by other tribes.
no more than 10 at a time can attend meeting
Use for Small Group or Homework
Use for in-class work if you like a loud class
prezi meeting facilitates discussion. students talked more than when they used edistorm
Combine with Facebook group
it's hard for students to share links with their group. Facebook helps.
Using Prezi Meeting was a great way for us, as a class, to share and receive feedback on our ideas. By adding the Facebook aspect to the classroom really helped us to communicate with Shawn, along with the rest of the class outside of the classroom. -B.S.
Prezi is a great tool for group brainstorming, especially for our class. It allowed us the opportunity to not only be productive, but to have a great time in the process. -J.T.
Use a Poster
Use a Shape
Use an Overview
Use an Image
Students choose photographs and images to represent
themselves to future employers in their ePortfolios.
Applied Visual Rhetoric:
Pairing student ePortfolios with peer reviews to foster critical examination and production of multimodal texts
Collaborate with a center/studio,
or at least include
peer review in your visual
argument assignments.
"Students may be our best collaborators" -- Yancey (2001, p. 87)
Does this make sense to you?

ICC=.90
M=133.2
M=32.3; t(14)=2.24, p<.05)

I'm told it means that group
consultations improved
ePortfolio scores.
Instructors expressed concern about how to provide feedback and evaluate visual arguments.
Peer reviews improve visual literacy
Noel Studio research indicates
that students who work in groups do better on their individual projects.
The Noel Studio's integrated approach addresses
research, writing, oral, and multimodal communication.
Shawn Apostel, Coordinator, Communication
Tricia Saab, EKU Graduate Student
Audience, Purpose, and Context
A Map of the World
In this workshop we will learn how to design research posters that capture and hold an audience’s attention. After we discuss how to apply graphic design and visual rhetorical theory to research posters, we will work discuss a research poster together before moving on to designing/redesigning on own posters or sample posters in PowerPoint.
Overview
Research Posters: Applying Visual Rhetoric
Methodology
Begin by considering your poster's audience, purpose, and the context in which your poster will be delivered. How many other people will be displaying posters? What are the requirements of the poster session?

What do you want your audience to see first? As they walk closer, what do you want them to see? As they talk to you, what would you like them to read? Design the poster utilizing Gestalt principles.
Research
Conclusion
Work on your own poster taking into account the things we discussed thus far.
By combining Aristotle's rhetorical principles of Audience, Purpose, and Context with those of Gestalt (Proximity, Similarity, Common Region, Connectedness, Alignment, and Closure) we can create a poster that will capture and hold an audience's attention.
1st
2nd
3rd
1st
show all main points and move into each point as the speech progresses
Using Prezi Meeting to Facilitate Feedback during the Topic Selecting and Organizing Stage of the Composition Process
Brainstorming in the Cloud
shawn.apostel@eku.edu
Step 1:
The Assignment
Step 2:
Facebook
Step 3:
Prezi Meeting
Step 4:
Class Reflection
Recommendations
Students were placed in groups of four to six and asked to create a Prezi meeting, sharing the link to edit their Prezi on the class Facebook group.

After creating the Prezi and commenting on each other's projects, students were asked to comment on the Prezis created by other tribes.
no more than 10 at a time can attend meeting
Use for Small Group or Homework
Use for in-class work if you like a loud class
prezi meeting facilitates discussion. students talked more than when they used edistorm
Combine with Facebook group
it's hard for students to share links with their group. Facebook helps.
to be presented at the CCCC, Digital Pedagogy Posters Session
on Saturday, March 24, 2012 in Saint Louis
Using Prezi Meeting was a great way for us, as a class, to share and receive feedback on our ideas. By adding the Facebook aspect to the classroom really helped us to communicate with Shawn, along with the rest of the class outside of the classroom. -B.S.
Prezi is a great tool for group brainstorming, especially for our class. It allowed us the opportunity to not only be productive, but to have a great time in the process. -J.T.
Use a Poster
Use a Shape
Use an Overview
Use an Image
Students choose photographs and images to represent
themselves to future employers in their ePortfolios.
Applied Visual Rhetoric:
Pairing student ePortfolios with peer reviews to foster critical examination and production of multimodal texts

Shawn Apostel
shawn.apostel@eku.edu
The Noel Studio's integrated approach addresses
research, writing, oral, and multimodal communication.
Collaborate with a center/studio,
or at least include
peer review in your visual
argument assignments.
"Students may be our best collaborators" -- Yancey (2001, p. 87)
Does this make sense to you?

ICC=.90
M=133.2
M=32.3; t(14)=2.24, p<.05)

I'm told it means that group
consultations improved
ePortfolio scores.
Instructors expressed concern about how to provide feedback and evaluate visual arguments.
Noel Studio research indicates
that students who work in groups
do better on their individual
projects.
Peer reviews improve visual literacy
Shawn Apostel, Coordinator, Communication
Tricia Saab, EKU Graduate Student
Audience, Purpose, and Context
A Map of the World
In this workshop we will learn how to design research posters that capture and hold an audience’s attention. After we discuss how to apply graphic design and visual rhetorical theory to research posters, we will work discuss a research poster together before moving on to designing/redesigning on own posters or sample posters in PowerPoint.
Overview
Research Posters: Applying Visual Rhetoric
Methodology
Begin by considering your poster's audience, purpose, and the context in which your poster will be delivered. How many other people will be displaying posters? What are the requirements of the poster session?

What do you want your audience to see first? As they walk closer, what do you want them to see? As they talk to you, what would you like them to read? Design the poster utilizing Gestalt principles.
Research
Conclusion
Work on your own poster taking into account the things we discussed thus far. .
By combining Aristotle's rhetorical principles of Audience, Purpose, and Context with those of Gestalt (Proximity, Similarity, Common Region, Connectedness, Alignment, and Closure) we can create a poster that will capture and hold an audience's attention.
1st
2nd
3rd
1st
show all main points and move into each point as the speech progresses
Avoiding Prezilepsy:
Organization strategies to reduce motion sickness caused by Prezis

Dr. Shawn Apostel
sapostel@bellarmine.edu

follow the line in a shape to organize slides
follow the layout set by an academic research poster
follow the natural progression in the image
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