Presenting to webcam
About this session
Explore and apply the skills behind presenting to camera effectively and engagingly.
In this interactive workshop learn how to better present using a webcam for sessions like online lectures and tutorials. We will look at practical tips for setting up your environment and communicating through the camera to ensure your content is delivered in the best possible way.
Please bring a small sample of the type of presenting you do, to use a personal practice piece. For example, whatever notes you would normally use to present a one minute sample of your lecture or tutorial.
This is a foundation level workshop with no prior experience necessary.
Andy is an improviser, corporate workshop facilitator, MC, performer, and writer.
Having studied a Bachelor of Teaching (secondary)/Bachelor of Arts, with a focus on Drama and Linguistics, Andy has also graduated from The iO Theatre (Chicago), The Improv Conspiracy (Melbourne), and has written and implemented improv curriculums from introductory to advanced levels at Laugh Masters’ Academy and RMIT University.
With so much of his experience being focussed on the ways in which we listen, communicate and collaborate, Andy’s corporate workshops focus primarily on exactly these elements in a fun, engaging, and effective way.
This session is open to University of Melbourne staff only
Registrations open 30 days prior to workshop dates
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