Reflective Journal: Impressions Of Prezi (Coursework Sample)
For this week's journal, reflect upon and answer the following question(s)?
What is your impression of Prezi? Would you consider using it instead of Microsoft PowerPoint or Google Slides? Explain.
You listened to the TedTalk by Ben Nemtin. What is a bucket list item for you?
Standard English is expected in your answer.
I don't want lists, I want written, descriptive answers.
A number of solutions are available to make presentations, and the most common application is Microsoft PowerPoint, which has been in existence for more than three decades. However, Prezi that was developed in 2009 has attracted millions of users for its fluid interface while making presentations. The application, now known as Prezi Next, comes with a number of predetermined templates that adapt various themes and is compatible with Microsoft PowerPoint files. My impression of Prezi is that while it is a powerful tool that allows zooming and transitioning between topics and subtopics in a conversational style, it is difficult to follow long Prezi presentations. Besides Prezi and PowerPoint, other presentation applications include Google Slides, Keynote, Custom Show, Slideshark, Haiku Deck, Adobe Connect, Doc
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