Prezi can be used:
1) to create a visually engaging presentation that is different from traditional slide-based presentations;
2) to present complex information or concepts, as it allows you to zoom in and out of different parts of the presentation and create animations and transitions between them;
3) for group work and collaborative projects, as its real-time collaboration features allow multiple users to work on the same presentation at the same time;
4) to create interactive and engaging presentations for remote learning environments, such as online classes or webinars;
5) for student projects, such as digital posters or research reports, as it allows for the incorporation of multimedia elements like videos, images, and audio.
When using Prezi in the educational setting, it’s important to keep the following in mind your audience and the purpose of your presentation when choosing a template and creating your presentation. In addition, you may use Prezi’s features, such as its path animations, to emphasize key points and guide your audience through the presentation. Moreover, you may keep your presentation concise and focused, as Prezi can be overwhelming if there is too much information or too many elements on the canvas. Finally, practice your presentation and make sure you are comfortable navigating through the presentation and using Prezi’s features.