A story of a fictional community which we shall call Transition Anywhere…May 5th, 2012 4 comments
This story is our first attempt at trying to present the REconomy Project and its content in a new way.
We are using an interactive, zooming application called prezi to present the story. It’s an experiment with a different way to engage people with the content on the website, and it organises things differently. We’d love your feedback on both the story idea, and also what you think of us using prezi like this. Do you like it? Or does it make you feel a bit sea sick?
To see the story, either watch the video at the bottom of the page or click the image below to go to the prezi viewer, then we suggest you click on MORE then FULL SCREEN for your best viewing experience. Then use the right-left arrows to move through the story. Note that if you are viewing in full screen, and you click on a link to a resource (you have to be as zoomed in as possible on a resource for the hyper link to work), then it will usually open in a new window behind the prezi window, and it won’t always tell you it’s there!
You can have a version that you can run offline (needs 26 MB) – let us know if you want this, and we will set up a file transfer to you.
Also you can watch the video below.
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