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TEACH ME HOW TO PREZI
Transcript of TEACH ME HOW TO PREZI
Become familiar with how
Become familiar with why to use it
Encourage creativity and innovation
why to use it
tells a story
easy to use
great video resources
more best practice
Don’t overdo the rotation - could make the audience a little nauseous.
Show an overview at regular intervals to give your audience some context.
Create path points that are not long distances apart. Zooming and rotating from one side of the canvas to another can be disorienting for the people watching
Use a projector aspect ratio --drawing 4:3 frames
Use smooth transitions
let's stop and chat for a few
(1) what do you think?
(2) will you use it?
(3) when will you not use it?
a really cool one.
Use size and rotation to convey meaning
Oh, Hey, Charlee!
Find an image on the web. Insert it.
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Have you used Prezi
Why did you choose Prezi?
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TEACH ME HOW TO PREZI
September 26, 2013
Oh yea....Watch for Charlee.
When you see him, scream "PREZI!"
And, you could win cool stuff.
It’s similar to how we think.
PowerPoint is linear.
PowerPoint makes it difficult to point out how concepts relate to each other.
Prezi solves this issue by giving you a big 'ol white canvas.
How the presentation flows – and how you use this big, beautiful canvas — is only limited by your creativity and imagination.
You can rotate and zoom in and out.
Focus on a certain word or a certain part of a picture.
It's beautiful. PowerPoints tend to look dated.
This is a compelling reason to switch....Prezi is good for SEO
Just remember, it's public!