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Overcoming Public Speaking Anxiety
The goal of this course is to help graduate students and postdoctoral scholars prepare and deliver excellent presentations to a variety of audiences. These requirements for public speaking are common to graduate students in every field of study. Speakers include faculty members experienced in public presentations as well as UC Davis communication scholar Michael Motley, whose research on issues in public speaking has gained a national reputation.
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Ratings & Reviews
3.6 stars from 64 ratings
It helped me very well in a public speaking presentation.
Chechychy via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/23/11
Get over the fear!
If you have to give presentations but HATE it, this class is for you. Get over your terror by understanding why it happens and how to deal with it. Really helpful!!
babs2500 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/09/11
เสือ via Apple Podcasts · Thailand · 07/29/11
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Published 02/10/11
Lecture 08: Fernando Socorro, an Information Technology specialist at UC Davis, discusses uses of computer visual aids including PowerPoint and the Mac equivalent. Fernando demonstrates good uses and bad uses, and gives tips on how to make your visual aid the most effective for communicating...
Published 02/03/11
Lecture 07: Barbara Myslik describes effective uses of presentation aids, including Power Point. When should you use a visual aid? What are common mistakes and how can you avoid them? How can you use a visual aid to get your message across to the audience and be remembered?
Published 02/01/11
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