|Public Speaking and Presentation includes
resources for public speaking—alone, and in combination
with multimedia presentations. This topic was once known
as "public speaking," or more simply, "speech;" and
it was usually found in the drama or English
departments. Today's public speakers however,
have access to effective and relatively low-cost
"visual aids" that transform their presentations
from mere public-speaking to multimedia events.
Thus, Free-Ed.Net finds it meaningful and convenient
to broaden the traditional name of the course and
place it into the category of Media Studies.
|David L. Heiserman, Editor
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