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Inventory of ICT tools and open educational resources

Welcome to the inventory of freely available online tools and open educational resources for language teaching and learning developed by the ICT-REV project! The inventory contains a list of tools that have been evaluated with specific criteria in mind. Read more
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This tool was developed within the framework of a cooperation agreement between the European Centre for Modern Languages and the European Commission


Principal function(s): Slide presenting

Prezi is a software for creating interactive presentations. Instead of using traditional slides, Prezi is based on a zooming user interface to navigate through content on a virtual canvas. Users can add text, images, videos, and other multimedia elements to their presentations. It offers both free and paid versions. Signing up for an account is required for use. Prezi was founded in 2009 by Adam Somlai-Fischer, Peter Halacsy, and Peter Arvai and is developed by Prezi Inc. Evaluation: Prezi is a valuable tool for producing interactive and visual presentations. Its zooming user interface differentiates it from other similar tools. The free version allows storing a few presentations and can be accessed on any device, yet not downloaded. A downside of Prezi’s free version is that presentations can be found and accessed by any user. Average IT skills required.

Cost: Free public account + Paid premium plans

Website: https://prezi.com/


Best practice

A trailer-based project


Type Of Interaction

  • Group/pair work - classmates
  • Presenting (e.g. lecturing, storytelling)



  • You supply


Interface User-friendliness/complexity of the tool´s interface

Straightforward, intuitive

Time efficiency Time needed for mastering the „how-to“ of the tool and a production of a task


Interface language(s) The number of languages in which the tool is currently available/adaptable to

English + 8 other languages

Respect for privacy Does the tool require registration? Who can see my data? Can I remain anonymous?

Medium. Prezi collects information only to fulfil its commitments and obligations to users. It also collects cookies and aggregated data to improve user experience. Prezi does not sell or share personal information for commercial purposes. Its privacy policy mentions implementing encryption and others to safeguard data. Unfortunately, in its free version, Prezi does not allow setting presentations as private and thus can be accessed by anyone. It acknowledges the rights to access, correct and delete user data and limit its processing. Prezi states compliance with the GDPR. See more here.

Saving work for future use Possiblity to save your or others´ work for reuse/reproduction

Yes, presentations are stored in users’ profiles.

Tailorability (If so, how?) Possibility of the tool to be used for a range of different activities (e.g. to what extent you can organize a project assignment with a central activity based on this tool)






Technical requirements

Installation required?


Compatibility/ Operating System

Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS

Other technical requirements

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Type Of Interaction
Group/pair work - classmates
Group/pair work - outsiders
Individual work
Presenting (e.g. lecturing, storytelling)


You supply
Website/other users supply


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Playphrase (Tool to find the pronunciation of words from movies )

Playphrase is a tool that searches specific words or phrases out of movie snippets from a database of audiovisual media with over 60,000 phrases. In this manner, it provides real-life examples of words’ and sentences’ pronunciation. Users just have to type specific phrases, watch them being used naturally in context within popular movies and TV shows, and listen to their pronunciation. Playphrase works mainly with English. Playphrase is not open-source, but it is freely available. It does not require setting up an account or signing in. ... View details

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