During such presentations, a presenter does not have the same kind of visibility of audience members and their physical reactions as during an in-person presentation. Audience reactions are useful feedback to the presenter regarding the quality of the presentation and help the presenter adjust their delivery to keep the audience engaged.
This disclosure describes techniques to provide real time feedback and coaching to presenters delivering online presentations via a video conferencing product. The purpose of the feedback is to help presenters become aware of various aspects of presentation delivery connected to audience engagement, thus enabling them to make appropriate adjustments while delivering the presentation. The feedback is derived via automated analysis of the audio and/or video stream, performed with appropriate user permissions. Feedback generated from the analysis is provided via the video conferencing user interface (UI) in suitable visual or text formats. Such real time feedback can enable presenters to make appropriate adjustments that enhance their online presentation delivery.
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Gogel, Edward, "Providing Real Time Feedback to a Presenter Delivering an Online Presentation", Technical Disclosure Commons, (January 10, 2022)