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Presentations can be nerve-racking at times. The best way to prepare and build confidence for a presentation is to practice. Use a variety of audiences to help you get ready for your presentation, such as your friends, roommates, family, pets, or the Presentation Center. Make sure you practice the presentation the same way you will present it by showing your slides and practicing what you will say.
Use the resources below to create and deliver a great presentation:
Toastmasters International is a non-profit that has many clubs across the country for the purpose of improving the presentation skills of its members. This article by Dana LaMon, from the Toastmaster Magazine, is about how to make the moment (or your presentation) meaningful to the audience. You will find the article on page 24.
How to Give an Awesome (PowerPoint) Presentation video by Weinot Films