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Citing in oral presentations is not a hard-and-fast rule. If you find a citation guide you like, please check with your professor to make sure you are following their guidelines.
To cite a source during a speech (orally), you want to provide enough information to help your listeners find your sources and understand that your sources are credible. Depending on the type of source this can be the author, title, and date of a source.
The video "Five Basic Public Speaking Tips" is a general introduction to topics, preparations, body language, and more.
In the video "Toastmasters Tips – Visual Aids," you will learn about presentation equipment, audience interactions, backups, and visual aids' relevance to your speech.
The video "Speaking Mistakes to Avoid" has five tips such as eye contact, marking your notes, setting your pace and voice.
“Locating Articles in the Primo Online Library Catalog” shows you how to search the online catalog.
Communication is one of the most important skills that you need to succeed in the workplace. You can take this short quiz to find out how good your communications skills are.