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Create an effective online presentation with help from LinkedIn Learning

Whether you’re a student or a professional, knowing how to create and execute an impactful presentation is a vital skill. However, you may not know how to shift your presentations to fit an online setting. Fortunately, LinkedIn Learning offers tutorials and tools to help you design and share effective online presentations.

Presenting live online

If you’re looking for a quick tutorial on how to share your presentation online, this video is for you. Using Microsoft PowerPoint Live, LinkedIn Learning presentation and multimedia designer, Jole Simmons, demonstrates a unique way to present your project virtually.

Recording lectures and presentations

From the course Teaching with Technology, this video focuses on how to use technologies such as Screencast-O-Matic, Lecture Capture and VoiceThread to enhance online lectures and presentations. While this course is mainly geared towards teachers, it contains valuable information for anyone looking to pre-record and share their presentations online. There is also PlayPosit, a visual learning tool that allows instructors to build lessons into videos so that students can learn while viewing a video. Rutgers has an enterprise license for PlayPosit, available through Canvas.

Own Your Voice: Improve Presentations and Executive Presence

Useful for both in-person and online presentations, this course teaches how to express yourself with confidence when speaking in front of an audience. Since body language is not as visible online, focusing on your verbal communication can have a significant impact on the effectiveness of your presentation.

Present remotely

Using the free cloud-based tool, Prezi, this course illustrates how to present your project to a remote audience through your web browser. Other videos in the course demonstrate how to customize your Prezi, ways to import content from PowerPoint, and how to present your Prezi live.

This story has been updated (originally published on June 23, 2020).

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