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Scene 1: Title slide Narration - none Video text only Web 2.0 Tools #1: Prezi Presented by R. Evans Media Contact Hours: 11 AM 1 PM Scene 2: Screencast narration Introduction Video Hook introduce the benefits of using web 2.0 tools Narration Hello Faculty! I am happy that you chose to explore the plethora of web 2.0 tools available to make education exciting within our classrooms. Ok, lets get started with the first web 2.0 tool, Prezi. Prezi is a cloud-based presentation software that allows you to tell a visual story with depth and allows your students to easily remember the information. Do you want to incorporate the web mapping mentioned in our last faculty meeting with Suzy Pepper? If so, this is for you! In this segment we are going to learn how to create a basic Prezi and add images, text, and video. Scene 3: Narrated Steps Video Show Prezi opening screen segment Narration Ready? Lets get started! Remember: you may pause and rewind this screen cast as often as necessary. Scene 4: Opening Prezi Video Go to website; Log in Narration Go to the Prezi website and log in using your school email and password (If you did not register prior to this meeting, you may pause and register now. I suggest you use your school email address and password for simplicity.) Scene 5: Creating a New Prezi Video Click new Prezi on left; choose a template Narration Now that you have logged in, click new Prezi on the left side of your screen. Prezi has

beautiful templates that allow you to express your information in a web map for greater student understanding and retention. Choose a template by clicking it.
Scene 6: Title the Prezi Video Title the Prezi My Sample Prezi Narration When the template opens, first give it a title this is easy to change if you need to later click the text box and start typing My Sample Prezi Scene 7: The Prezi Canvas Video demonstrate the canvas movement according to the narration Narration

Now lets get used to the CANVAS. This is the area on which you are working. You will create frames within the canvas. Frames hold the information on the canvas. Lets begin with zooming. Click and hold to drag in any direction. Scroll with your mouse to zoom in or out. If you want to zoom directly to a frame, click on it and choose zoom to frame. You may also use the magnifying glasses on the right. To zoom out to your Prezis overview, click the HOME button. Scene 8: Adding Images Video add content according to the narration Narration Now lets add content. Select a frame. Look at the menu at the top and select insert. Choose what you want to add. Images, text, video can all be added with just a few clicks. Lets insert an image choose the one you want and click it. Now you can edit the image by clicking it and choosing from the menu that appears Replace, Copy, Edit, or Delete. Lets size the image click the image and move your cursor to the edges to size the image without distorting it clicking the sides will widen the image and distort the picture so if you want to retain the proportions, click the corners to size. If you click effects you can enhance your photo in a variety of ways this may be something you want to explore in greater detail once you are comfortable with the program. Scene 9: Adding text Video add content according to the narration Narration Now lets add text to the frame. Click the frame. Now choose insert text. You may also begin typing on a preset text box, depending on the template you chose. Change the font by clicking subtitle. This allows the text to show on your path. Scene 10: Adding Video Video complete the steps visually as instructed in the narration Narration Now lets add a video clip to your Prezi. From the top menu click insert. Select video from file. Find the video that you want to add and click open. Now use the transformation tool to move, rotate, and resize the video. Right click the video and select add to path. You may also add a YouTube video to your Prezi. First open the link to the YouTube video you want to add. Now copy the link from the location bar by highlighting it and clicking copy. Now return to Prezi and click insert. Select YouTube video. When the menu box opens, paste the link and click insert. Now add the video directly to the path by clicking the video and choosing add to path. When you present, the video will start to play when you reach it. Remember, you must be connected to the internet for a YouTube video to play. Scene 11: The Prezi Path Video show home and move according to narration Narration Now that we have added content to the canvas, lets look at the Prezi path. Again, this path shows on the left side of your screen and shows you the order in which the Prezi will unfold. To change the order, just click and drag the thumbnail to the desired location up or down the path.

If you want to remove a path point, click edit path. Hover over the path point and click the red X to delete a path point. When you have the order you want and wish to close the path tool, click done. Scene 12: Presenting your Prezi Video follow narration on screen and present the Prezi Narration Once your path is finished and your canvas is complete, you are ready to present and start telling your story. Click present on the top left. While presenting, you will use the arrow buttons to travel your path and explore your canvas Scene 13: Final Thoughts Video close up shot of me Narration Thanks for participating in this first segment of Web 2.0 Tools highlighting Prezi. My media hours are from 11 to 1 if you need additional help. Most of all, dont be afraid to take this step and implement more technology in your classroom. I am certain it will enhance your lessons and engage your students! Good luck! Scene 14: Credits Video credits scroll Narration none
(The following is the background work that preceded the creation of the storyboard.)

Task Analysis: Audience: faculty members wishing to utilize the laptops into coursework (primarily directed to 49% staff members who are semi-retired and requested more information about web 2.0 tools at our last faculty meeting) Task: Introducing Web 2.0 Tools Segment #1: Prezi Introduction: Video clip of me welcoming them to the online faculty meeting segment: Web 2.0 Tools; thanking them for desiring to use the laptops in class; brief overview of web 2.0 tools and focus on Prezi; reminder that this can be paused and rewound as often as possible and my media center hours Step by step of program (my steps prior to narration)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Open website Log in Click new Prezi on left Choose a template Title the template Navigate the Canvas

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Introduce the terminology: canvas, frame, path Add content Select a frame Using top menu select insert Choose an image and click it Edit the image by clicking it and choosing from the menu that appears Replace, Copy, Edit, Delete Click the image and move your cursor to the edges to size the image without distorting it Add textual information Click the frame Click insert Text Choose subtitle Type text Size text Add a video clip to your Prezi From the top menu click insert Select from file Find the video that you want to add and click open Then use the transformation tool to move, rotate, and resize the video Right click and select add to path You may also add a YouTube video Find the YouTube video you want to add Copy the link from the location bar Now click insert and select YouTube video Now paste the link and click insert Now add the video directly to the path by clicking the video and choosing add to path Look at the path on the left To change the order, just click and drag the thumbnail to the desired location up or down the path If you want to remove a path point, click edit path Hover over the path point and click the red X When you have the order you want and wish to close the path tool, click DONE Once your path is ready, click present and start telling your story When you finish, click PRESENT on the top left Use the arrow buttons to travel your path and explore your canvas