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In-person undergraduate classes resume Sept. 28. The Return to Campus website has updates about WVU's fall plans. Visit coronavirus.wvu.edu and CDC.gov for health resources related to the global pandemic.
Career Services remains committed to helping students online this fall through virtual appointments. To schedule an appointment with a Career Development Specialist or for questions regarding virtual career fairs, email careerservices@mail.wvu.edu. For Employers – please visit https://careerservices.wvu.edu/employers.

How to Prepare for a Virtual Presentation

  • Get the lighting right
  • Choose the right background
  • Know the technology you’ll be using for the presentation
  • Maintain good eye contact by looking directly into the computer’s camera
  • Put the camera at eye level
  • The camera should frame your face, neck, and shoulders so make sure you aren’t too far away
  • Be enthusiastic so it helps the audience to stay engaged
  • Involve the audience by utilizing the chat function, polls, raised hand feature, etc.
  • Pace yourself and be sure to not talk too slow or fast
  • Let your personality show through your presentation and have fun