Prezi has finally caught up and created a profile for each user. If you’d like to see all the prezis I’ve made check them out here. Below you will find a collection of my educational prezis. Each title will link to a separate post with an embedded prezi as well as a description of how I used it and other related instructional resources.
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**Starred Prezi are set as reusable
**Prezi: Telling a story: Meta-prezi about how to design prezis effectively.
**Research process: An overview of the entire research process from topic to final paper. Definitions, tips, and humor spread along the way.
Journey from topic to thesis: Look over the shoulder of a person doing research, from a vague topic all the way to a thesis.
**Research questions: The what, why, and how of research questions. Plus a bit of practice.
**Narrowing a topic: Illustrates just how far you have to narrow a topic to make it do-able for a 5-7 page paper as well as introducing ideas on how to narrow that broad topic.
**Crowdsourced haikus: An introduction to social science research topics for the Mississippi River Watershed using haiku
**Narrowing a topic by facet: Introduces the idea of narrowing a large topic down by one of three sociological facets
**Basic topic narrowing: Stresses the importance of narrowing a topic
**Race, Class, and Gender Research: Covering basic searching concepts like keyword v. subject headings, and primary/secondary sources in a sociology context.
**Supreme Court process and documentation: A storybook about how a case gets to the Supreme Court and all the legal documentation created along the way.