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How to Develop and Deliver an Engaging Virtual Conference Presentation

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February 15, 2022
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Contact:
Karina Heim
(715) 399-4089
karina.heim@wisc.edu

Event Details

How to Develop and Deliver an Engaging Virtual Conference Presentation
Cathy Angell, Cathy Angell Communications

Tuesday, February 15, 2022
1:00-3:00pm CT/2:00-4:00pm ET
Capacity: 50

Register for Course

Take this course if you…

  • Are looking to translate good presentation practice into a virtual setting.
  • Get a lot of virtual presentation requests.

About the Course

What are the best practices for developing a presentation for a virtual conference? How do you engage an audience that you can’t see? What are strategies for drilling down to a crystal-clear message? What if your presentation is pre-recorded? This training specifically addresses the successful design and delivery of a science-based virtual conference presentation. It covers best practices for slide design, as well as effective approaches for honoring a diverse audience and keeping them involved and engaged. This training will teach you how to:

  • Develop and deliver a virtual presentation appropriate for a conference
  • Engage your audience without having to be in the same room as them
  • Successfully frame the message your presentation aims to achieve

About the Speaker
Cathy Angell, M.Ed.
, is the owner of Cathy Angell Communications and specializes in presentation design and delivery for scientists, educators, and public officials. Cathy’s trainings are offered both in-person and online. She was the former coordinator of Washington’s Coastal Training Program, considered to be one of the most successful training programs in the country for coastal managers. Cathy is nationally known for her transformative methods and received a communications award from NOAA which is given out each year in her honor.

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