Prezi Activity

How to set up the Prezi activity

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Written by David Kofoed Wind
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The Prezi activity allows you to embed a Prezi presentation into Eduflow as a learning activity. Your learners will be able to interact with your Prezi presentation without having to leave Eduflow.

How to add a Prezi activity to your course

  1. Select + Add new, go to Embeds & integrations, and choose Prezi

  2. Get the Prezi embed code (learn more about this below)

  3. Paste the Prezi embed code into your Prezi activity in Eduflow

  4. Adjust the width and aspect ratio in Settings

Getting embed code from Prezi

  1. Go to your Prezi Present dashboard to access your presentations.

  2. Click on the Play icon in the thumbnail of the presentation you'd like to embed.

  3. Copy the URL from the address bar

  4. Open the link in an incognito window and paste the link the address bar. This will open your presentation's public view page.

    Note: You need to open the link in an incognito window to be able to access the view page where the embed code can be found. In addition, make sure that the presentation is not set as private, otherwise, you will get a 404 error message when opening the link.

  5. Click the Embed Prezi icon under the presentation window and simply copy the embed code.

Copy the code and add it to the Prezi activity in Eduflow. The code you get should look something like this:

<iframe src="" id="iframe_container" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen="" mozallowfullscreen="" allowfullscreen="" allow="autoplay; fullscreen" height="315" width="560"></iframe>

Learners will mark the activity as complete themselves after interacting with the Prezi. It's important to note that learners are able to mark the activity as complete without interacting with the Prezi.

Completion & Visibility settings

You can use completion and visibility settings to add specific rules for who can view and access this activity, including setting deadlines and prerequisites. You can see details about these rules here.

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