Congratulations and way to go! Welcome to Day 15!
"Prezi is a cloud-based presentation software that opens up a new world between whiteboards and slides. The zoomable canvas makes it fun to explore ideas and the connections between them. The result: visually captivating presentations that lead your audience down a path of discovery." prezi.com/about
At Prezi.com/learn there are a few quick tutorials to get you started. The Prezi people pride themselves on making the software intuitive and easy to use with simple, yet powerful tools.
There is even a feature that will help you convert any Powerpoint or Keynote presentation into a editable Prezi.
Click here for a Sample Prezi.
Opt for the Free "Edu Enjoy" subscription!
Prezi, like many other web 2.0 tools, offers its software as a free "Public" version in addition to its two tiered subscriptions ("Enjoy" and "Pro") that are paid annually. For first time users, you may subscribe directly to the Edu Enjoy subscription for free. For those of you that have already created a Public account, you can upgrade for free to the Edu Enjoy subscription! Edu Enjoy gives you 400mb of additional storage over the Public account in addition to premium support. With Edu Enjoy you can also make your Prezi's private and share them only with whom you choose.
iPad Friendly!As an added bonus, Prezi also has a free "Prezi Viewer" app in the iTunes Store made for the iPad.
1. On Prezi.com... create an account if you don't already have one and make a Prezi.
2. On the Blog...share your thoughts about how Prezi can be used in the classroom.
Optional: Share a link to your Prezi for others to see/use.