Michael Sinnhuber – Gründer von mcprezi – hält immer wieder Vorträge und Präsentationen bei diversen Veranstaltungen. Zusammenfassungen und Berichte dieser Vorträge und Prezi Präsentationen von Michael Sinnhuber werden in dieser Kategorie zusammengefaßt.
Desweiteren berichten wir hier von diversen externen Projekten (Bücher, Publikationen usw.), an denen wir teilgenommen haben.

werde_digital-logoThe “WerdeDigital.at” initiative is an Austrian initiative aimed at closing the digital divide. Currently the initiative is working on a publication called “Das neue Arbeiten” [the new work] under the management of Meral Akin-Hecke and David Röthler.

In addition to around 70 other authors, we have also contributed an article called ‘Prezi, Slideshare & Co.’

On September 15, 2014 the initiators and everyone concerned got together to see how things were going. One thing was revealed and that was that it’s already looking really good. The finished publication is expected to be available for free download in about two months – and as soon as it’s finished, it will obviously be available from us here too.

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E-Day 2013 request show powered by Pecha Kucha

Program for E-Day 2013 request show - Pecha Kucha - with mcprezi - presentation & Prezi

E-Day 2013 (www.eday.at), the largest event in e-business in Austria, was held in Vienna on March 7, 2013. More than 3000 visitors were able to explore five halls, providing an overview of the innovations and future prospects in this field.

The ‘request show’ was a new feature at E-Day, which allowed users to bring suggestions for presentation topics. The suggestions were then put to the vote: The top seven were chosen and then presented in Pecha Kucha style.

Pecha Kucha is a presentation style from Japan in which 20 slides can be shown for 20 seconds each, with the slides automatically skipping to the next after this time is up. This results in a maximum of 6 minutes and 40 seconds presentation time.

mcprezi at the request show – with Presentation 2.0 & Prezi

Thanks to the help of the users, we at mcprezi also took part in the request show. The presentation by Michael Sinnhuber at the E-Day 2013 request show of the Austrian Economic Chamber can be viewed below. Read more