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Cmitchell | 18:52 Fri 15th May 2020 | How it Works
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Hi Folks!

I'm going around in circles! Please help!

I'm looking at https://prezi.com/ with a view to getting school to buy it for 9-10 year olds to use. Getting nowhere by looking at "Terms" page (https://prezi.com/terms-of-use/201910_NL/) and "Pricing" pages (https://prezi.com/pricing/)

I need to find out
1)what the Educational Multi-user license entails - How many children can use it for the price?
Also I got so far through the terms and conditions & read no-one under age 13 can use it! I presume that is for the Sharing of User Content. So 2) is there a lower age limit even when buying the EDU pack?

It's not my job role for much longer so not wanting to register with my school email as that might have knock on implications in future for the log ins.

Thanks in advance

C Mitchell



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I've never heard of it but despite some decent reviews (from trustworthy sources) such as this one for the software itself
https://uk.pcmag.com/office-suites/21927/prezi
I'd be concerned about many reports of poor customer service and, in particular, about a lack of online privacy (with users presentations being placed into the public domain and found by Google searches)
https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.prezi.com

For use by Year 5, you might possibly find a better alternative among these
https://magoosh.com/hs/college-admissions/college-life/2015/rock-your-school-presentation-best-alternatives-to-powerpoint/
or, of course, you could simply use a free alternative to Powerpoint, such as OpenOffice Impress.

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