The difference between presenting to an audience week 5.edited done

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The difference between presenting to an audience online and a face to face presentation are apparent. First both do involve a person giving the presentation and a group of people on they are face to face the other requires a camera and two different location coming together to see it. These two forms of presenting are now using to put together two places it the same time to save on way to get information across to people all over the world at the same time. The presenters that I saw all used the three steps it seems to develop their presentations. They
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