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Using Prezi for Collaborative Presentations

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Have you tried Prezi yet? It’s an alternative to PowerPoint that lends itself to fun narrative presentations that can be viewed online, on a computer or iPad, or can be be embedded into your own blog or website just like a YouTube video. Prezi licenses range from a free basic version to more full-featured paid versions, however, active students and educators can take advantage of most of these advanced features by requesting a FREE Edu license.

Prezi recently introduced the ability for groups to work collaboratively and simultaneously — via Prezi Meetings — on a single Prezi. This is a great way for classes, cohorts or study groups to work together on a project presentation. The Prezi Meeting functionality is included in all license types.

Never used Prezi at all before?

No worries! Here’s an easy tutorial to help you get started, or you can check out Prezi’s Learn center.

Want to see a real Prezi in action?

Here’s a look at a Pretzi I created for a class that I recently taught about Facebook.


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