Teachers in a host of subjects require students to give presentations to the class. The technique accomplishes many pedagogical goals, but runs into practical difficulties setting it all up, especially in large classes. If one is not careful, class time is totally consumed, and students get bored quickly with one presentation after another.
Therefore, using online formats for student presentations may make a lot of sense, but you don't see much commentary or practical guidance out there on how to do it.
Please have a look at this piece by Stephanie Smith Budhai, assistant professor of education at Neumann University, in Aston, Pa., in Faculty Focus. She gets into the details. Even if you have a different digital platform, you might get some ideas.
It's sort of a new approach to "hybrid" and/or "flipped" classes.