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Presenting On Camera and Conducting More Effective Interviews

In this era of you tube and other web sites, it’s obvious there are a lot of bad presentations floating around! Some professionals who believe they’re enhancing their profile are in fact doing just the opposite. If you are being interviewed by a media outlet because of your field of expertise, it’s especially important to know “the rules of the game”. This is NOT the same type of speaking as lecturing in the classroom or giving a speech. It’s definitely an art to present on camera, use video effectively, and know how to do interviews...whether you are doing them or someone else is interviewing you We will have group exercises as well as use individual colleagues to make points for everyone to embrace. Of course we will use an actual camera and play back tape right on the spot. Just as my students have learned, Professor Igoe's critiques are highly instructive without being embarassing or nasty!

Date: Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Time: 11:00am - 11:50am
Location: Bonsai Room
Building: 120 Reed Library
Presenter: Mike Igoe
Categories: PDC Associates Series
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