Prezi and PowerPoint - A Side-by-Side Comparison
Prezi is a cloud-based tool used to communicate ideas visually. Unlike PowerPoint and other slide-based platforms, Prezi presentations are three-dimensional. In this webinar you'll see how Prezi's dynamic movement can engage your audience, how its non-linear structure can form a cognitive map for your learner, and how facilitators can present it non-sequentially to best match instruction to the learners' needs.
After this session, you'll be able to:
Weigh the costs and benefits of using Prezi in place of PowerPoint for training.
Robin Pierman has spent over twenty years in the field of training and development. She has a Master’s Degree in Education from the University of Michigan and teaches in corporate and university classrooms as well as virtual training environments. Her company, TeachMePrezi.com strives to inspire presenters to share their messages with Prezi, a dynamic alternative to PowerPoint. She has been endorsed by Prezi as an Official Independent Prezi Expert.
Speaker Contact Information
Twitter handle teachmeprezi
Zachary Rubin is the co-founder of PBC Guru, a company that manages professional book clubs for businesses. He lives just outside of Washington, DC with his girlfriend and two cats. He is a voracious reader and loves to recommend books to people based on their interests. When not working or reading Zach enjoys skiing, hiking, tennis and eating spicy foods.
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