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Giving a virtual presentation can be just as compelling and engaging as an in-person presentation, though it may come with its own challenges for connecting with your audience. Ensuring that your equipment, lighting, and environment are prepared in advance will assist you in presenting more comfortably, allowing you to focus on what you're saying without distractions, and minimizing glitches that may interfere with your audience's comprehension. These tips can help you get started in prepping your virtual presentation.
The outside world can impact your virtual presentation. It is best to have a plan so you know what to do when something goes wrong.
Audio is more important than your picture.
What Not to Do
Try to avoid wearing: