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Prezi: For Fluid Presentations

Prezi is an online(or downloadable) tool which is an alternative to using PowerPoint when it come to creating presentations. It is a very easy to use resource. With prezi, users can create different presentations which do not incorporate the traditional slide after slide layout. A prezi presentation allows users to zoom in and out of their presentation to emphasize a point; or for switching from one slide to the next the user can have a floating or moving effect. Prezi presentations are more visually appealing than the standard power points because of these features. Prezi can also be used for storytelling since through the use of its UI as it creates a very smooth transition from one part to the next.

Since it is available online, there is no need for installations on the students computers and therefore if the students need to work on a presentation they can immediately do so using Prezi. User can find templates already available, and this makes it even easier to start working. The possibility of creating custom backgrounds is also there as seen in this video.

Link to site: prezi.com

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One comment on “Prezi: For Fluid Presentations

  1. bernice1994
    October 24, 2014

    I have always recommended Prezi because it creates visually appealing presentations, and if one is creative, you can design different presentations than the standard ones. One of my favourite features of Prezi is the zooming of
    images or words, that you can use if you want to emphasize on them.

    In this link (http://prezi.com/myqouhhikdzy/using-prezi-in-the-classroom/)
    , one will find an interesting Prezi presentation of how you can use it in classroom.

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