Assignment 3 – Hyperlinks to Prezi presentations


Great job on your prezi projects! I’m really looking forward to reviewing all of them over spring break. From the ones I’ve skimmed so far, you have some amazing ideas and solid perspectives about how to make Norfolk an eco-friendly and sustainable city for 2030. I’m very proud of all of you.

When you get a chance, please double check that the link to your prezi is a working hyperlink that I can click on. Some of you just pasted in the URL text (http://prezi.com…) from Prezi without actually making it an active link, and/or provided the private link that I cannot view.

In prezi, here is a quick step-by-step tutorial about how to properly share a public link to your prezi.

  1. Login to your prezi account
  2. Click the tab “Your prezis”
  3. Click the thumbnail for the prezi you want to share
  4. In the upper right, there is a button / drop down menu. Probably labeled in red, “Private”. Click this button and select the “Public” option in the menu. The button in the upper right will now be labeled in green, “Public”. For more info and screenshots on this part, check this cheat sheet on How to Change Privacy Settings.
  5. Scroll down a bit until you see the blue “Share” button in the lower right. Click the button. A new pop-up window will appear.
  6. Click the “Copy button” to grab the sharing link provided.
Back in your blog post editing screen
  1. Type in the title of your Prezi (e.g., The New Norfolk for 2030).
  2. Select this text you just typed, then make this text a hyperlink (see this tutorial on How to add links to your posts and pages  ).
  3. In the insert/edit hyperlink pop-up window, paste in the link you got from Prezi. You can also check the box to “Open link in a new window/tab”. Then click the blue “Add link” button.
  4. Re-publish your post, then double check the link works.

 

 

 

 

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4 Responses to Assignment 3 – Hyperlinks to Prezi presentations

  1. egrei001 says:

    Thanks for that heads up.

    • No problem. After seeing the same issue on several recent posts, I realized that the info provided by Prezi wasn’t as clear as it should’ve been about how to properly create and share a public link. I just finished re-editing this post so it was a better step-by-step guide. Hopefully it helps and folks can go back and fix if necessary. I’ll also send a note or post a comment if I have any trouble viewing the prezi.

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