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Subject:Re: Technical Presentation Skills From:Beverly Parks <bparks -at- HUACHUCA-EMH1 -dot- ARMY -dot- MIL> Date:Thu, 12 Jan 1995 08:45:07 MST
Here is Henri Blits' original post:
> Greetings All,
> I am a Business and Technical Presentations Instructor/Consultant.
> I am looking for highly innovative ways to teach proper presentation
> techniques to students in my classes; specifically, creative ways to convey
> technical material to heterogeneous audiences. Also, I'm looking for some
> good ideas for dealing with students who are frightened to death of getting
> up and sharing information with audiences...especially ones who are the
> ONLY experts in the area and who need to share this technical information.
> If you would like to share those ideas with me I would be humbly
> Thank You,
> HenriBlits -at- aol -dot- com
bparks -at- huachuca-emh1 -dot- army -dot- mil
> Lori Moore <LORIMOORE -at- VAX -dot- MICRON -dot- COM> wrote--
> It was my impression that the gentleman who asked for innovative
> PRESENTATION techniques was not asking for innovative
> SELF-CONFIDENCE-BUILDING techniques! Although I've thoroughly
> enjoyed the myriad of suggestions offered, I can't help but wonder
> if they're missing the target.
> I'm an avid deleter, so I don't know who the original came from.