How to speak during on-screen communication
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Date and time
2021.08.05 (Thu) (15:30-17:00)
Junko MORI (Happy Arrow, Inc.)
Higher education facilities (on a first come, first served basis)
Organized by: Center for Teaching and Learning, IAHE, Hokkaido University
Since last year, classes and conferences have been actively held online. Since there are benefits for both formats, we expect that they will continue to be used in the future. We are gradually becoming accustomed to on-screen communication, and it is now expected that teachers make it even easier to understand than before, for example, by devising camera positions and methods of presenting materials.
Therefore, for those who feel that they are unable to communicate well with in online classes or conferences, or that they are not able to convey what they want to say as well as in person, we will hold a seminar to learn how to speak in a way that is more understandable to the person behind the screen.
The lecturer is Ms. Junko Mori, a former announcer now working as a TV commentator. Through lectures and practice, participants will learn how to speak more persuasively, improve their explanatory skills, and project a good impression.
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＊Please bring your own microphone and camera.