Tom Bray and Ryan Wilcox from the Duderstadt Center share their expertise in this first set of training videos to teach us how to improve our on-camera presence. Bray put together this presentation "How to Look Better in Zoom: 5 Tips That Make a Difference" with a lot of great and not-so-expensive advice.
Making a script for training that you would normally do from memory can be challenging, time consuming, but necessary. Joanna Millunchick, Arthur F Thurnau Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, suggests the transcribe feature in Word.
Nick Julius and Casey Dixon, CoE Wilson Center, found the Glide Gear iPad Smartphone Teleprompter to be a useful tool. It will scroll your text while filming Hollywood style, so you can talk into the camera like a pro.
More Resources for Working at Home with Audio and Video.