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Alumni Career Series: How to Rock an Online Presentation

In this free webinar, alum Dani Bristow will discuss how to deliver online presentations that engage and inspire participants. (AVAILABLE FOR ON-DEMAND VIEWING)

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On-Demand Viewing

Attend this online presentation and see how it’s done. In a practical hands-on webinar, instructional designer Dani Bristow shares resources and go-to tips to enhance your virtual presentation and facilitation skills. Join fellow U of T alumni for the latest in our series of career webinars and find out how to rock your next big meeting.

By joining this webinar, you will have an opportunity to: 

  • Create a fun and welcoming virtual environment 
  • Maximize resources to engage your audience
  • Understand your role as a facilitator, guiding meetings to achieve objectives 

The U of T Hub on Ten Thousand Coffees is a free, online networking tool for the entire U of T community. More than 12,000 alumni professionals and students use the hub to give and get career advice.

Alumni Career Series webinars are featured through the U of T Hub. These webinars feature industry experts and U of T faculty, and deliver peer-to-peer learning based on professional best practices shared by fellow alumni.

Join the hub to build your network, find like-minded alumni and students, and exchange career advice, anytime, anywhere.


About the speaker

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Dani Bristow (MEd 2023 OISE) 
Learning Experience Designer

Dani Bristow specializes in the integration of technology and inclusivity. As an Instructional Designer for Vena Solutions, she delivers a wide range of online educational experiences, from product training to customer education to professional development on a large scale.


Have questions about this event?

Contact Rachel Shin, Coordinator, Student & Alumni Career Engagement at

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