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Copy of Prezi: Instructional Design
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November 2009-San Francisco office was established. When? Sources Peter Arvai Peter Halacy Adam Somlai-Fischer Founder, CEO Founder, Head of Product Founder, Head of Design Share ideas and communicate with style!
Connect ideas and evoke curiosity!
Can be used to teach, learn, or play! Applies to all ages and professions!
The presentation holds the learner(s) attention due to unique style!
In the age of technology and video games, it provides another way to "connect"!
Can focus on the "big picture" as well as show minute details!
You can navigate anywhere within the presentation at anytime.
It is both linear and free-flowing.
You can access/share your Prezi from any computer/anytime with a high-speed internet connection.
Guan, Sharon. (2010). Introducing Prezi: Go Fancy for the Right Reasons. Instructional Design and Development Blog. August 23, 2010. http://www.iddblog.org/?p=528
Perron, B. & Stearns, A. (2010). A Review of a Presentation Technology: Prezi. Research of Social Work Practice. http://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/bitstream/2027.42/78306/1/Prezi.pdf "Prezi is a cloud-based presentation software that opens up a new world between whiteboards and slides. The zoomable canvas makes it fun to explore ideas and the connections between them. The result: visually captivating presentations that lead your audience down a path of discovery". Education
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You must be skilled in using a computer, the Internet, and graphics.
It does not save as files. You can’t revert to past saves. NO back-up if lost!
Poor technical assistance, and many features require a paid subscription.
Requires a great deal of time to prepare.
Internet connections and compatibility issues limit access to your presentation.
You cannot print your presentation, nor provide handouts.
Some viewers complain of dizziness during the presentation.
You must format every view, so there are lots of slides. I am involved in a many meetings, and find myself not focusing on the material. Prezi would help keep my interest through a presentation.
I was unfamiliar with Prezi prior to this research. Although it is not hard to learn, the possibilities are overwhelming! While I enjoyed using Prezi, and will explore its possibilities in future meetings at work, I did find myself just wanting to use the "good ole" PowerPoint program! There is a level of comfort in what we know, and this took me me WAY outside of that zone!
I believe there is a lot of value in using this tool. In a world where technology is ever-changing, I feel that this is yet another way we can connect. I believe that Prezi can be used in a variety of situations to include the education and creation of all ages.
I feel that Prezi will continue to grow and flourish. Prezi has been used to teach, play games, and sell homes! As more people explore Prezi in their classrooms, meetings, and through social media outlets, I feel PowerPoint will be replaced. You are looking at it! This Web-based interface allows users to access/share presentations anytime, with a high speed Internet connection. It's like a story....or movie! Set up an account, have a high-speed internet connection, and you are ready to create and store your presentations! You can zoom, pan, use different fonts,colors, and layouts! Prezi easily allows nearly any size of videos, pictures, and graphics! You can manipulate anything on your presentation!