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Have Your Voice Heard! (Literally)
Date
2018
Main contributor
Carr-Wiggin, Merran
Summary
Whether delivering a speech to various media outlets, presenting to your peers, or performing a program for children, library work often requires some form of public speaking. When used efficiently, vocal and performance techniques are tools that allow library staff to confidently create and deliver exciting and engaging speeches, programs, and presentations. With this type of enthralling communication, library professionals may better communicate with their community of patrons, peers, and other stakeholders. This workshops focuses on recognizing and exploring these techniques to build enthralling programs and presentations for audiences of all ages and walks of life.
Subjects
Communication skills; Public speaking; Vocal technique
Genre
Educational
Language
English
License / Terms of Use
Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)
Collection
Forum for Information Professionals (FIP)
Unit
Default Unit