Teleconferencing and such realtime but cyberspace

Teleconferencing (also known as interactive television or ITV) connects presenters and an audience in another location. Popular both as a way to save travel costs and as a way to provide distance education to students in different physical locations, it shares similarities with face-to-face oral presentations. However, a good teleconference is more than simply a camera aimed at a presenter. Ask for advice from professionals, and take it.

Close cousins to teleconferencing include multimedia modules and computer-based training (CBT), but these relatives are not live presentations, and thus they lack the real-life interactions that occur between a presenter and an audience. They are more akin to conventional writing, spiffed up with heavy use of graphic aids and specialized computer capabilities.

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