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Prezi + iPad= ?

So what is Prezi + iPad? You do the Maths.

Derek Jones

on 13 February 2011

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smallest ? = + + = + + + follow but + = ? + = ? an intersting equation + ? = ...what could you do with that? 1 Prezi, many iPads... ? Follow... ? = + + ? = ...using prezi Meeting share interact contribute ...using a prezi link share... + = ? = imagine presenting to a room full of iPads - where everyone can share your work and look around it. interact... ...using flash imagine presenting to a room full of iPads - where everyone can interact with your presentation. ...using flash apps (one day) contribute... ? + = = + ? backchannel : #prezipad @plug103 - yup, really lovin this #prezipad imagine presenting to a room full of iPads - where everyone can contribute to your presentation. it's not the whole equation. + ? + + = + ...what could you do with that? 1 Prezi, many iPads... = Prezi is a dynamic presentation medium - the iPad provides a dynamic interface.
You do the maths. imagine presenting to a room full of iPads - everyone will see your presentation clearly! Prezi is basically a big blank sheet - the iPad is a way of putting stuff on that sheet.
You do the maths. + so, what is.. all this... plus ? + whatever you can imagine prezi ipad blank sheet interactive tactile dynamic do what you want "touch and do" "sketch ideas" ...to the smallest detail... portable personal shiny... map out your ideas... ...from the big picture... ...using prezi Invite to Edit share documents and ideas... ...using prezi Invite to Edit and pdfs Try dragging a pdf into Prezi - go on, just try it not sure about this one at smaller scales create comment brainstorm meet you do the maths be inspired learn browse read Once upon a time... Tell a story... there were dinosaurs. 3 Tara... There are thousands of Prezis out there - and they can communicate anything.
You do the maths. With a library this big ... ...what do you want to do? ...what else can we do with it? Learn, using Prezi... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limit_(mathematics) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Limit.html 1. Limits Definitions 2. Change Basically, if we have a thing that we can keep adding stuff to, what happens?
Does it keep getting bigger and bigger?
Does it keep getting smaller and smaller?
Does it do something else? Pre-Calculus 101 Watch this MIT lecture - don't worry if you don't take everything in just now.

Try to write down :
What do you remember from the video?
Try to explain one of the things from the video out loud.
Try to write your own definition of a limit. Amend, B. Camp FoxTrot. Kansas City, MO: Andrews McMeel, p. 19, 1998.

Courant, R. and Robbins, H. "Limits. Infinite Geometrical Series." §2.2.3 in What Is Mathematics?: An Elementary Approach to Ideas and Methods, 2nd ed. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, pp. 63-66, 1996.

Gruntz, D. On Computing Limits in a Symbolic Manipulation System. Doctoral thesis. Zürich: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, 1996.

Hight, D. W. A Concept of Limits. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1966.

Kaplan, W. "Limits and Continuity." §2.4 in Advanced Calculus, 4th ed. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, pp. 82-86, 1992.

Miller, N. Limits: An Introductory Treatment. Waltham, MA: Blaisdell, 1964.

Mitchell, C. W. Jr. In "Media Clips" (Ed. M. Cibes and J. Greenwood). Math. Teacher 100, 339, Dec. 2006/Jan. 2007. Prevost, S. "Exploring the -Definition of Limit with Mathematica." Mathematica Educ. 3, 17-21, 1994.

Smith, W. K. Limits and Continuity. New York: Macmillan, 1964. References Being able to use Prezi as a whiteboard can lead to amazing results for linking content together... ...you can learn in your own way. All it means is... ...and how quickly those two change tells us some interesting things then this bit changes... if this bit changes... 3. Algebra 3. Er... (sorry, that's the limit of my maths :) Imagine a story told in Prezi - we haven't even scratched the surface of what a blank piece of virtual paper can do... Using flash, Prezi is interactive... ...imagine being able to go through some of the world's best educational material on your iPad using Prezi... ...imagine a story that could be read backwards (or sideways, or whatever way) ...interact with a story. click the dinosaur One day everything will be done in Prezi on iPads ... imagine a workspace that's a blank piece of paper that you can navigate in any way... What would desktop look like? everything you see here... ...is seen here The presentation is here... ...but the detail is here (controlled by the user) Make you presentation 2-way... ...with a flash Twitter Backchannel Prezi + iPad ? The question is up here... ...the answers are down here Rollover and click the answers... (ok, maybe a slight exaggeration, but...) ..where you can create any object... Check out the OU OpenLearn content for some extra information http://www.open.ac.uk/openlearn/science-maths-technology/mathematics-and-statistics/mathematics research create browse ..one day we will be able to render html5 in Prezi... ...able to place a interface to the internet anywhere... ...able to create content anywhere... ...able to place a interface to the internet anywhere... and, of course... hello... hello... you don't even have to be in the same place... hello... hello... hello... your
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