Zoom - Practically ubiquitous at this point, Zoom is a video conferencing software that allows you to easily record presentations to share later.
Panopto - Panopto is a utility within Canvas that can be used to create video presentations that can be easily shared them with classmates and instructors.
Prezi - Prezi offers some really cool interactive options for your presentations, there is a free version of the program--however, to access all of Prezi's features, you do need to purchase a subscription (Student and Educator subscriptions are heavily discounted though!)
EasyPrompter - Teleprompter software to make reading your presentation script appear effortless. There is a free version with many useful functions, but to get the full range of capabilities you will need to purchase a subscription.
Have any questions or need a hand getting something in your presentation to work? Stop by the Weathertech Innovation Lab, located on the first floor of the Rebecca Crown Library--we're open M-F from 10am to 4pm!
You can also reach us by emailing InnovationLab@dom.edu
Video presentations are an excellent way to spice up your work--they can create a more engaging experience for your audience by giving them, quite literally, a human face to connect with. But putting yourself in front of a camera to present can be intimidating! Fear not, we've collected various tips and guides here to help you create a video presentation you are confident in and proud of!
Best Practices Tips:
Rebecca Crown Library's Accessibility Libguide - Tips to ensure your work is accessible to anybody
Critical Reading, Writing, & Speaking Series - Advice on how to collect and vet sources for your presentation
Weathertech Innovation Lab's At Home Recording Libguide - Learn how to record higher quality audio to really liven up your presentations!
How to Look Good on Camera - Great tips to keep your smiling face clearly visible during your video presentation!
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