Create Visuals That Support Your Presentation


Use webcams Find and use pictures to tell your story Use PowerPoint effectively Create interaction with annotation tools Share applications and documents


People are primarily visual creatures—they take in most information through their eyes. This is both the good news and the bad news of presenting online: Information that’s interesting to look at and relevant to your presentation will stick with your audience. Information that’s distracting or hard to look at (or even annoying) will get in the way of your message. 

The beauty of an online presentation is that it provides a richer experience than just a phone call: You can show pictures, demonstrate processes to your audience, ...

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