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What is a prezi?

  • “Prezi” at is a Web 2.0 tool that combines concept maps, posters, and presentations, all into one
  • It allows us to create non-linear presentations where we can zoom in and out of a visual map 
    containing words, links, images, and videos
  • This way “big picture” overviewscan be given, as well as zooming in to view extreme details related to 
    some items
  • So instead of slides, we create a large map (or canvas) and basically zoom around it while we do our presentation  
  • It is like Powerpoint, but with more powerful and interesting features  
  • Presenters can focus on combining text, images and multimedia
  • Items on the canvas can be dragged, tilted and zoomed to create an engaging presentation
  • A "path" can link the different elements on the stage to create an animation

Why use it?

  • Prezi has the "wow" factor that is new and visually exciting
  • Only limited text can be used due to the "canvas" layout
  • Images, sound and videos can be used in one presentation
  • Most importantly, it is easy to use!

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