List of content• Introduction• History of Prezi • Definition of Prezi.• Prezi’s tools.• Prezi vs. PowerPoint.• How to use Prezi.• Uses. • Quiz to check student’s understanding• Conclusion.• Resources.
History of Prezi:•Peter Halacsy is currently the assistant professor at the new media,and Adam Somlai-Fischer is an architect and creative designer withinterests in new technologies.•Peter and Adam created Prezi and was establish on April 5, 2009.•The application was known as ZuiPrezi - Zui as in zooming usinginterface, and Prezi as in the Hungarian diminutive of presentation. •On December 15, 2008 the team dropped the Zui because peoplecould not pronounce it correctly.
Definition of Prezi:• Prezi is an online, flash-based presentation creator. It shares similar functionality with other presentation programs, like Microsoft Power Point of Apple Keynote.
Prezi’s tools• P a n a n d Z o o m : Prezi’s panning and zooming navigation give it a more cinematic feel than two-dimensional presentation software.• T h e P r e z i Z e b r a ( b l u e c i r c l e ) : an object manipulation icon that lets you size, rotate, or edit an object.• T h e P r e z i c a n v a s : an open space upon which the user places and navigates between text, images, and videos.• F r a m e : to present all objects together as one slide.• P a t h : connects presentation objects for the purposes of structuring a linear presentation.
Prezi vs. PowerPoint Prezi PowerPointNavigation Non-linear Linear Layout Map Slide stackView change Zoom/pan Reveal Based Web Computer Printing Basic Advanced
• Step 2: Once you are on the homepage of Prezi, click on sign up
• Step 3: After you click on “Sign Up”, scroll down a little bit, and click on “Start Now” under the Public column.
Step 4: Fill out theinformationneeded to sign up.
Step 5: Now thatyou have createdan account withPrezi.com. It willtake you to yourprofile, whichlooks like this:
Step 6: To create anew presentation,click on “NewPrezi”. Then fill outthe title,description(optional), andchose a template.
Step 7: Once you createyour Prezi, You will get ablank space with Prezitools like this
Step 8: To writesomething, doubleclick anywhere onthe backgroundand a text box willappear. Then typewhat you wantinside the box.
Step 9: To insert, click on the circlein the top left hand corner of thetemplate named “insert”. Then,choose the type of media youwant, or to add a simple shape,click on “shapes”
Step 10: To frame something,click on “frame” in the top leftcorner. Then, choose whichway you want to frame thechosen item.
Step 11: To move somethingin your presentation, Click onthe “Zebra” circle, and clickon the item you want tomove. A blue circle willappear on top of the item.Click and hold the handbutton and move the item towhere you want it to belocated, you can use the bluecircle to re size the item androtate it
Step 12: To add a path,click on the “path” circle.
Uses:Business and conferences: 3.To have professional presentation. 4.To grab colleagues attention.Education: 3.Help teachers to teach their students. 4.Help students to create wonderful presentation.
Quiz:1. Open a new prezi, add a title and subtitles, rotate the text2. Insert a picture or video3. Make the video and picture smaller than the text4. Insert a frame to your text5. Make a path to your slides6. Show me the work
ResourcesPrezi - The Zooming Presentation Editor: Infinite space on one slide. (2009, January 22). Retrieved from Technology Madness: http://www.technologymadness.com/?p=523Barlow, P. (2011). Prezi v powerpoint - A personal view. Libraries for Nursing Journal, 31(1), 11- 16. http://search.proquest.com/docview/921026256?accountid=15192bellchatful. (2010, July 8). Create very cool presentation with prezi .avi [Video file].Retrieved from Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtgQ-o58sq8&feature=relatedDiamond, S. (2010, Sebtemper). Prezi for dummies.Prezi. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://prezi.com/Settle, Q. A. (2012). How to Use Prezi - The Zooming Presentation Tool. Retrieved fromhttp://www.passyworld.com/passyPDFs/HowToPrezi.pdf
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