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Rethink the Academic Talk - 2

by Speaking Coach on Oct 07, 2008

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I welcome your comments/suggestions! This presentation is not meant to be understood without the narrative - there is a lot of additional information the presenter would say verbally. I hope to show ...

I welcome your comments/suggestions! This presentation is not meant to be understood without the narrative - there is a lot of additional information the presenter would say verbally. I hope to show that academic presentations can be interesting, credible, and informative.

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  • PedroMello Pedro Mello, Managing Partner at Advance Consulting Dear Marin,

    First of all, my compliments. You've done a very good job in both presentations.

    This comment values for both of your presentations.

    What I missed (maybe you told it verbally, anyway...):
    1 - Who are you?
    2 - What's the point? What am I going to learn?
    3 - A structured ending... 'a - You've learned that...', 'b - Thank you', 'c - Your name, email/phone'

    The design is very good in the whole. You chose a very clean layout, but, it seems to me that you had some trouble with slides like numbers 4, 5, 9. 11, 15 and 19. I think you could have found better ways to express the idea you wanted to convey with those slides.

    Keep up the good work!

    Best regards.
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