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What is Prezi?

Prezi isn't just about zooming and panning for fun, those transitions can add meaning to your presentation. Watch this presentation to see how and learn more! Video: http://youtu.be/vgnsel0oYvA Script: http://bit.ly/1nEFU80
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John Mazzarella

on 10 September 2014

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Transcript of What is Prezi?

What is Prezi?
PowerPoint alternative
Presentation tool
But more...
What is Prezi?
Text, images, video
Slide based presentations
What is Prezi?
Avoid "Wall of text"
Have concise bullet points
Present from longer notes
PowerPoint guidelines apply
BORING
Start with the "Bigger Picture"

Transitions lets you control what your audience can see
INSTEAD
Zoom out
to see your
presentation's
road map
Put your information in context
Then Zoom In!
Show details
about the section
you're presenting on
Ack!
Slow down
But Prezi is more than
just random transitions!
My Summer Roadtrip!
Niagara Falls!
Florida
San Francisco
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Sales
80k
90k
100k
110k
120k
130k
We've had our
biggest year yet...
our sales
competitor
But we can't quit yet!
Civil War Timeline
1862 1863 1864 1865
Southern
Victory
Northern
Victory
Draw
Bull Run 1

Shiloh
7 days battle
Bull Run 2
Antietam
Fredricksburg
Gettysburg
Chickamauga
Stats
Union:
3,155 killed
14,530 wounded
5,365 missing
Confederate
4,500 killed
12,800 wounded
5,250 missing
172,000 men and 634 cannons were positioned over the
25 square miles.
569 tons of ammo were expended.
5,000 dead horses.
Battle Timeline
July 1 July 2 July 3 July 4
Gen. Reynold met Confederates outside Cashtown Gap
Grappled along McPhearson's Ridge for hours.
Reynolds killed early in the battle
Confederate General Ewell's divisions arrived .
Forced the Union
soldiers through the+
streets of Gettysburg
Rebels followed,
disorganized and tired.
Both armies prepared for later battle.
Meade's army dug a trench along Cemetery Ridge.
Lee's army maneuvered into an attack position.
Around 4pm, Confederate general Longstreet attacked at Peach Orchard.
Ewell attacked Cemetery Hill, but could not climb the hill.
Longstreet tried
again to attack
the Union
was forced back
Starting at 1:00 p.m. the rebel artillery fired one hundred guns until 2:00 p.m.
The shells fell over the Union line.
Then, fifteen thousand rebel men began walking towards Cemetery Ridge.
They reached the sight incline called the Clump of Trees and there let loose rifle fire.
The rebels overran the stone wall and the armies met.
Only until the Union
army shot over the
wall until the Rebels
fell back.
gives context to individual slides in relation to the other slides in the presentation.
revealing hidden relationship to the larger view of your content.
drilling down and adding detail to information from the larger perspective.
Panning
Zoom Out
Zoom In
Transition in Prezi - Why?
Start!
Separating major sections of your presentation into physical locations on screen helps the audience keep the information organized.
CANVAS ORGANIZATION
Sales
This Year
Gen. Reynold met Confederates outside Cashtown Gap
Grappled along McPhearson's Ridge for hours.
Reynolds killed early in the battle
Confederate General Ewell's divisions arrived .
Forced the Union
soldiers through the+
streets of Gettysburg
Rebels followed,
disorganized and tired.
Thank you!
OK, lets try it out!
Created by John Mazzarella • UMass Boston • John@mazz.net
Created by John Mazzarella • UMass Boston • John@mazz.net
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