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In my encounters with Kahoot, It is a great thing that Kahoot gets attendees to listen and interact during webinar sessions. It helps presenters ensure that people are listening and learning something. With Kahoot, it is easier to convey messages and learnings during webinars as attendees look forward to answering all questions right during Kahoot time.
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When you have to present complex hierarchical structures, and if your audience would require navigation in and out of the hierarchy, then Prezi is a good candidate for you. But be prepared, Prezi is not as intuitive as a standard presentation tool, and it may take some time to get used to.
Read full review Pros Useful for either, in-person or online classes: it can work from a projector or screen in in-person classes, or by sharing the screen in online classes. Excellent to get an idea of the understanding or knowledge level of a group of people: depending on the intention of the game, the professor or person in charge of it can make and change the questions to address certain points. Easy to use for both professors and students: Kahoot is intuitive, simple, and fun to use. Interactive and engaging: Kahoot is a game designed to work as a tool for professors, which makes it perfect to use with students. Read full review It is great for creating more compelling and attractive presentations. A wide variety of features and possibilities. Dozens of fantastic templates that may be easily adopted. It helps a lot in terms of productivity, specially for beginners. It provides many resources and options to create presentations with sophisticated visual and animations. It is simple and easy to use - no need of programming knowledge to create animations, import assets, edit and export the presentations. Read full review Cons They can add more ways to perform quizzes. The site is not very simple to find your way through. It is uploaded with so much data; therefore it would be good if they can organize it a little bit. It would be good to give free templates to free users to attract them. Read full review Linux support is non-existent. With Android/Chrome OS being based on the linux kernel but also with lots of tech-savvy and influencers using non-Windows and non iOS platforms, I feel a pariah. As far as I know for Android phones and tablets you can only present but not edit prezis in its native app. Again an Android users, it is a sub-par experience the app in general is lacking functionality. Using the browser version (because I have no other alternative) uploading multiple images is very buggy Having a version history would be great when you are editing a large presentation over several days Read full review Usability
The site's currently layout feels busy. If you are not a seasoned Kahoot user, it is easy to be distracted and overwhelmed by the information presented. I would not recommend this site to a novice computer user. If the user is tech-savvy and willing to navigate the help topics provided by the site, lessons and games can be created more easily with time and practice.
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Learning to use Prezi and create new presentations is very simple and easy to do. It does not require new skills or a long training process, since in general the use is quite intuitive (and if you have any questions there are many videos on how to use it). Its operation in both the browser version and the app is very good and fluid, managing to perform all the tasks you want properly.
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The information that Kahoot shares on its blog and support center is updated frequently and provides many ideas for ways to use the platform. I have personally received timely support from Kahoot for any issues I have encountered. Their dedication to their users is amazing. The company is incredibly receptive to suggestions or ideas from their community.
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It is a modern and easy-to-use tool (after a while) that allows you to make dynamic and trained presentations without the need to be an expert user. It has allowed me to improve the attention and motivational processes of my students. In addition, it has many [community users] who make videos and teach the many uses that you can use Prezi. And because, despite the restrictions of the free version, everyone can access and make use of Prezi and thus improve their boring ppt and inject some vitality into them.
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Kahoot is better for my competitive students, they love seeing their name constantly on the leaderboard. Kahoot has more lessons to chose from and my students simply like it more than
is good for more formal assessments, while Kahoot is better for more whole review of content. Both are appropriate in different situations!
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Other solutions for presentations all fall on the typical slideshow paradigm. So far, only Prezi walked away from this path. Its expanding canvas and freeform path are refreshing in this scenario. In this sense, Prezi is unique in its style of presentation, which makes difficult to establish comparisons based on costs. The still ongoing migration to Prezi Next has been a bit troubled, according to some old users, but it seems the company is working to give Prezi Next the same flexibility that Prezi Classic. And Prezi already has a huge user base that do not want to go back working with the limits of slides.
Read full review Return on Investment We use the free version so there is definitely ROI for us. It provides easy access to a quiz feature without having to use complicated software. So many people are using it now that some students seem to be getting a little "over it." Read full review Prezi provided us with a unique selling factor when it came to pitching our services to new prospects. While creating a presentation from scratch might be time-consuming, Prezi allows you to easily reuse and utilize old designs to create new presentations with a different vibe and content. An easy way to impress upper management and stakeholders, especially when presenting to the management of our clients. Read full review ScreenShots