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Description

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.

Pricing

Plan
Price
Details
Public
Free
100mb storage. Create prezis online. Present offline.
Enjoy
$59/yr
500mb storage. Create prezis online. Present offline. Make content private. Your logo, instead of Prezi's. Premium Support. First 30-days free.
Pro
$159/yr
2000mb storage. Create prezis online. Present offline. Make content private. Your logo, instead of Prezi's. Premium Support. First 30-days free.

Reviews

Jack West
Verified Educator Badge

Sequoia High School

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Love! Prezi breathes new life into presentations that the digital slideshow almost killed. Effective use of the tool, however, requires some study of best practices. Students using the tool for the first time are likely to create presentations that make you dizzy if they aren't trained on do's and dont's.
mark townsend

civics teacher at landen public school district

Thursday, April 12, 2012

I have used Prezi a few times to present information about class requirements. I like that the presentations can be full of animation and images that are engaging, which is especially nice for students, in terms of keeping their interest through a long informational setting. I plan on spending some more time getting to know the program this summer so I can see if it would work for me as a substitute for PowerPoint presentations.
People found this review Helpful: 1 and Creative: 0 Jon Fleming

Friday, April 13, 2012

I use Prezi to deliver short lessons and I encourage students to use it as an alternative to PowerPoint. Over the last year or so it has gained more functionality and ease of use. Students spend one hour getting the gist of it and then they're producing amazing presentations. I like the fact that work is automatically saved to the cloud, students can collaborate on presentations easily, and work can be shared virtually anywhere.

If you're a teacher, you can get a free 500mb account that allows you to keep presentations private instead of the default public setting.
Michael Fricano II
Verified Educator Badge

Technology Coordinator at Mililani Ike Elementary School

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

So far I've only used Prezi to introduce our 3rd and 4th graders to the First Lego League. Prezi is a very unique and different type of presentation tool. Some say it makes them dizzy, but I find it fascinating. It beats the ancient PowerPoint.
Tania Lee

Sunday, July 01, 2012

I've used this as a college student for my education class and am still trying to get used to to this tool. Does anyone have any tips for how to avoid the dizzyness ?
Jill Mountain

Teacher at BBP Schools

Thursday, August 30, 2012

I've used Prezi to develop weekly guidance presentations for an online class in composition I teach. Because it is so easy to combine different resources into one friendly format, it's a great way to provide a wide range of resources in a single document. For example, I recently created a Prezi on APA style. I included YouTube videos, links to citation wizards, and links to webpages with sample style guides and formats. In doing so, I was able to provide content for all different types of learners.
Anneda Nettleton

Middle school Language Arts Teacher at Science Hill Independent School

Thursday, August 30, 2012

I purchased a subscription to Prezi over the summer in hopes of revitalizing PowerPoint presentations. Boy, was I wrong….it is difficult to use and doesn't really produce the "pop" effect that I expected when showing the demonstration. In my opinion, it was a waste of time and money. I will probably try it again since I have the subscription, but I would not attempt to have my middle school students create a Prezi.
Monika Arora

Online English and Biology Teacher

Sunday, September 16, 2012

When I used Prezi for the first time, which was quite a while ago, I found it to be too difficult and confusing, but recently I was re-introduced to it, surprisingly by one of my High School students, and I was delighted to see the difference. It is now much easier than its previous version. The best thing about Prezi is that it allows you to collaborate information from various sources, which automatically gets saved to the cloud so that students or teachers can access it from anywhere. Some of my High School students have made breathtaking presentations on Prezi, and most of them were pretty fast to pick up the technicalities of the tool.
Casey Zvanut

Monday, November 12, 2012

I loved using Prezi for my own lessons and as an alternative to Power Point. My students loved it, BUT Prezi has recently changed its terms of service to 18 and up. Are there alternatives to Prezi that adhere to COPA and CIPA?
Roland Abou Younes

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Prezi Support is terrible The renewal system is broke, the support staff are helpless, and the rate of response is once per day, feels like there are two people handling all the cases, A problem drags and drags 10 days so far now The payment has been done and no solution so far. so in summary, you pay for renewal and you remain locked outside of the system, The best solution provided so far was ... create a new profile... and I have no answer yet if I will be able to transfer my presentations... I will make sure to keep you guys updated on how this case turns out
TeacherCast

Sunday, December 30, 2012

With any technology, there are advantages and disadvantages that exist. Take a look at some of the ones I have come up with and then from there, you can weigh out the pros and cons to decide if Prezi is something worth adding to your classroom cannon. 1. Breaks the Mold. Prezi is not your typical slide-based presentation tool. You start with a blank canvas and can add and manipulate content anywhere on the page. There is no such thing as...

Read more: Prezi – Advantages and Disadvantages by @InstTechTalk

IT Babble

Wednesday, February 06, 2013

Prezi is a solid go to platform for making unique looking presentations. It’s easy to use, pretty different from anything else out there and the final product usually looks great. It was also our second post here on IT Babble and one of our most popular. Here is a quick guide to refresh you on how to use it with its new interface. Click past the link to see the guide or click HERE to see it on its own...

Read more: Prezi – Getting startedPrezi – Getting started

Rebecca Rice

Tutor at Stephenson College

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

I use this tool to help my learners to understand the complexities of how legislation works within the UK system. The visual concepts are brilliant for those learners who are unable to read and understand straight away.

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