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    • Prezi TCC TOP-ELITE BULLDOGS Jennifer Dixon-McKnight Wendy Jacobs Philip Miller Meredith Velasco
    • What is Prezi?  Prezi’s “zooming presentation software” allows individuals to create presentations that clearly show relationships between concepts in creative and engaging ways. They also allow presenters to zoom in on details and time presentation to suit the individual needs (i.e. you don’t need to skip slides if you’re running out of time). Prezi users can add text, images, etc. and zoom into them. The software makes it possible for presenters to draw forms and highlight information. Users can add arrows, bullet points, and frame information.
    • What can Prezi do? Design to… Delivery   Use as a shared whiteboard for team assignments     3D graphics Compatible with PC and MAC Take Prezi anywhere via iPad or iPhone Work on or offline  The cloud, Prezi Desktop or upload Prezi to your computer   3D graphics brings the presentation to life Present from your computer or pass it around on your iPad or iPhone Present with team members in different locations through remote presentation capabilities
    • Prezi – “How To” Step 1 • Go to www.Prezi Go.com • Once you sign in- click “New Prezi” • Click create “New Prezi” Step 2 • In the top left-hand corner – Prezi Toolbar • Click- “Write” to add text • Click- “Frame” to organize ideas • Click- “Path” to create an order of how you want your content shown
    • Prezi – “How To” Cont’d Step 3 • Click- “Insert” to add shapes, pictures, and video’s (visuals) • Click – “Colors and Fonts” to change script and colors at will • Click- “Prezi Wheel” to change, rotate, or delete texts and images Step 4 • Brainstorm and identify the components of your story • Organize group ideas and arrangements and large amounts of information • Direct your audience to expose your story and capture your ideas
    • Quick Keyboard Shortcuts for Prezi Using Prezi presentation software isn't difficult, and its keyboard shortcuts save some time. Make quick work out of creating great Prezi presentations by getting to know these easy-to-remember keyboard shortcuts: Open an edit text box - Double-click on the canvas Toggle between edit and show modes - Press the space bar Go forward and back in the path from Show mode - Use the left and right arrow keys Zoom in and back out from Show mode - Use the up and down arrow keys Save - Press Ctrl+S Undo - Press Ctrl+Z Escape from full screen in Show Mode - Press Esc key
    • www.prezi.com/support/
    • Pros and Cons of Using Prezi Pros     Free resource Accessible from any web-enabled computer Can import an existing Power Point Icon-based design; appropriate for all age levels Cons     Difficult to learn for many individuals Transitions of presentation can cause motion sickness/dizziness Limited number of colors and fonts File sizes are large so it takes up a lot of computer space
    • Tips for Success When Using Prezi • • • • • Choose a color scheme/font early and utilize it throughout Create basic structure/set-up first and then add details Make information sections larger than you think you need to (they appear larger than they actually are) Position material consistently so movements do not cause dizziness Save Prezi presentations as a PDF
    • Sources • • • • • www.prezi.com www.prezi.com/support www.prezi.com/the-basics http://instructionaltechtalk.com http://thewikiman.org