Oral communication is another term for public speaking or presenting something orally. While it is important to be able to communicate via a written style, it is equally important to be able to orally communicate. Oral communication includes real-time presentations, video presentations and interviews, with accompanying visual aids such as handouts, pamphlets, and PowerPoint presentations, Prezis, Google Slides, Emaze, and more.
At some point in your career - whether academic or professional - you will be tasked with giving a presentation. A presentation not only should include attention-grabbers, details, and visuals, but you must also be a dynamic speaker. These presentations may be in-person or virtual. So, learning how to utilize not only a presentation tool, such as PowerPoint, but also its narration function, is vital: How to Create a Narrated PowerPoint
Below are some helpful resources to provide you with a foundation for oral communication / public speaking: