A great tool for presenting interconnected ideas
For adults • 90 minutes
Maximum Participants: 15
Saturday 1:30pm • Centennial 13
Time and location subject to change (what isn’t?)
Prezi is an online presentation creator. It allows more options for creative, graphic design. This session will help you understand the basics and the tools of the Prezi software to create presentations that are more engaging, memorable, and fun than Power Point.
See how to create a story with images, videos and text. You can zoom into specific content elements, and back out to see the bigger picture, then zoom in again to a different part.
Participants will learn how to insert text and images into Prezi, find and use essential editing tools, create frames around objects they want to group together, and specify a path for the presentation to follow. If they bring a laptop, they’ll even have a chance practice!
The Skinny: 3 things you will get from this session
- Discover the interface on-line editor Prezi
- Know how to create a Prezi from a template and how navigate around the canvas
- What makes a good Prezi
Sherbrooke, QC, Canada
Carole Rudzinski was artistic director in graphic design for several years. She has led multidisciplinary and creative teams in communication and participated in the success of several major events in Quebec.
She believes in continuing education as a multiplier of ideas and success for an individual and a company that is why she has oriented his career towards training.
She is also Coach ACC, graduated in Personal and Professional Coaching from Concordia University and a member of the International Coach Federation and Crea-Québec.
This is Carole’s first year presenting at Mindcamp.
All Saturday 1:30pm sessions:
- Breaking It Open Finding the gifts in adversity (Missy Carvin, Beth Slazak)
- Discover PREZI A great tool for presenting interconnected ideas (Carole Rudzinski)
- Fantastic Voyage Travel old ways to new solutions (Co Doesburg)
- Gift of Courageous Feedback How to navigate tough conversations for win-win outcomes (Deborah Jann)
- ImageStreaming Work directly with the most intelligent part of your brain
- Metaphor and Creativity A powerful encounter (René Bernèche)
- The Thinkubator A space to create (Terri Segal, Ian Rosenfeldt)
- …or why not just hop to another random session?