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Below you will find information on how to get help. Whether you need help finding background information for your poster, identifying ways to become a more effective presenter, or need help archiving your poster there is someone that can help you.
If you do not know who you should contact please feel free to ask a librarian, we would be happy to point you in the right direction.
Are feeling anxious about an upcoming speech or presentation? Do you worry about your audience being able to understand what you are saying? Are stumbling over how to organize a successful presentation?
If so, the Speech Communication Center can help you organize and deliver a dynamic, engaging, and organized presentation. You can schedule a one-on-one consultation by clicking here.
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Text Message: Send a text to (252) 391-8428.
Phone: Call our Research desk at (252) 328-6677 or 1-866-291-5581 (toll free).
Email: Write your question on our e-mail form. We will answer you within 24 hours when classes are in session.