Harvard Researchers on the power of Prezi: why the medium matters
January 24, 2018 at 9am PT / 12pm ET

Our customers regularly demonstrate that Prezi is more engaging and creative than standard slides, and they’ve long had the results to prove it. But we wanted definitive confirmation, and with the help of Harvard University researchers, we got it. According to their double-blind study, Prezi presentations are more effective than PowerPoint slides in a number of important ways -- and now, we’re giving you the opportunity to listen to them discuss their findings in their own words.

On Wednesday January 24th, join Sam Moulton and Selen Turkay, the researchers who conducted this study, for a deep dive into these learnings.

You’ll discover:

  • Direct comparisons between leading presentation platforms -- and how Prezi was found 16.36% more engaging, 21.89% more persuasive, and 25.28% more effective overall than PowerPoint
  • How Harvard researchers proved Prezi’s effectiveness over standard slide decks and oral presentations using a double-blind, real-life approach
  • The science behind these conclusions and how you can leverage Prezi to be a more impactful and persuasive presenter

Plus, you’ll learn what methodologies were used to reach these irrefutable conclusions. The webinar starts at 9am PT / 12pm ET.

Featured Speakers

Selen Turkay & Sam Moulton

Selen Turkay is a Lecturer of Human Computer Interaction at Queensland University of Technology.

Sam Moulton is a Research Director at Panorama Education for Harvard University. He considers himself a psychological scientist trying to enable transformative learning and teaching.