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what challenges do you think you might face in creating presentations in your courses
well there are many challenges in creating a presentation because presentations should be organized, clear, and informative. Information gathered should be from credible sources
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User: what challenges do you think you might face in creating presentations in your courses

Weegy: well there are many challenges in creating a presentation because presentations should be organized, clear, and informative. Information gathered should be from credible sources
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User: how might you overcome these challenges

Weegy: to overcome these challenges you should be patient in doing your presentations and HONEST with the information, find books because books are the most credible resources of information. [ Also put yourself on your audience position and think of things that a good presentation has ]
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how do you determine information sources to be reliable and relevant
Weegy: IF they are written by a credible source ie; doctors, lawyers, experts, scientists. If they are from a .gov, .edu website. [ Wikipedia is not reliable (by teachers standards) some will say .org is not reliable bc it supports a cause and may be bias (bias websites like prolife or prochoice advocates are not reliable). ] User: what criteria do you use (More)
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