Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Prezi Next Essential Training (2018).
- [Garrick] I hope this course has given you a good idea…of what's possible in Prezi Next,…and that you've gotten some inspiration or direction…for your own presentations.…For a more in-depth look at the skills and techniques…for creating compelling presentations,…including how to plan and organize your presentations,…as well as how to physically present yourself…in front of a live audience, be sure to watch the course…Creating and Giving Business Presentations.…And for learning more about Prezi Next,…be sure to visit prezi.com/business/training,…where you can sign up for free live web seminars…on various aspects of using Prezi,…and you'll even be able to ask questions…with a live instructor, and get input from other Prezi users…In the meantime, thanks for joining me…for this look at Prezi Next.…
And I wish you all the best…as you start creating your own presentations.…I'm Garrick Chow, see ya next time.…
- Identify the concept that Prezi presentations are designed around.
- Name the Prezi function that lets you zoom in to focus on detail and zoom out to get a big picture perspective.
- Recall how to remove comment dots and close comments in a presentation.
- Explain the difference between presenting from edit mode and from the dashboard.
- Recall how to prevent unauthorized people from viewing a Prezi Live presentation.
- Identify the file type which Prezi presentations can be exported as.
Skill Level Beginner
1. Create Your Prezi
2. Edit Your Prezi
3. Collaborate with Colleagues
5. Share Your Prezi
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