Student Paper Writing

Scripting for online presentation

Efficient online communication requires spoken sentence structures. Methods used in high-level media training, top management PR and media journalism involve asking the writer what they mean in every sentence. Using the writer's own material, overlaid with hand-written annotation and video explanation, we will advise you on how to adapt your copy into high-impact spoken English.

 
Online Workshop

The art of impactful online conversation

Efficient written communication requires the reorganisation of spoken sentence structures. Methods used in high-level media training, in top management PR and media journalism involve asking the writer what they mean in every sentence. Can your words be rewritten to ensure the reader understands the point being made?


Using the writer's own material, overlaid with hand-written annotation and video explanation, we will advise you on how to adapt your text into high-quality written English.

Storyboard thinking

Visual cues in our online presentations are essential. We need to inject our surroundings with something extra to make up for our lack of physical presence.


Storyboard thinking gives newfound depth to your presentations and the means to engage and impress online. Plan each 'beat' of your presentation, time the delivery of your information and include the visual key elements to deliver the message.

Storyboard on Screen