Presenting evaluation findings – Using Prezi

August 28, 2013 at 6:30 am 1 comment

I’ve written before about the challenges of presenting evaluation findings – and the need to find creative ways to present findings. No doubt many readers would have already come across Prezi, a new presentation software that you see used often these days. I’ve recently worked on a research project for the Joint Standards Initiative where we presented our research results in  a Prezi as you can see displayed below.  It is allows the results to presented in visually appealing way and I believe communicates well the main points.

This Prezi was produced by Peter from YourPrezi.

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  • 1. KnitterInPink  |  September 3, 2013 at 9:13 pm

    Couldn’t get the prezi to work. 😦 I do like Prezi though, but I’ve seen some really good and really poor ones. It has a lot of features, but I will say that the ones that swing around and around on the screen can make one mildly motion sick in a presentation.


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