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The workshop will provide practical guidelines for (1) preparing for research presentations that includes extracting parts of the subject/data to the design the slides and the talk. Then (2), I will …

The workshop will provide practical guidelines for (1) preparing for research presentations that includes extracting parts of the subject/data to the design the slides and the talk. Then (2), I will focus on conducting the presentation combining the talk, slides, demos, and handouts, interacting with the audience and handling questions. Finally (3), I will talk on creating the follow up of the presentation, including establishing contacts, calling for action, and curating the presentation contents. Each part will combine a 15-minutes presentation followed by discussions and presentations.

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  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0nqhopRhju4
  • The first big challenge is Public speaking.
    Presenting is challenging -> Presenting you won work is even more challenging, as the public can judge both the form and the content.
    Good news – you are smart, but you are good at you area of research, not in presenting/acting.
  • Decomposition of the problem.
    Standard conference presentation. What do you think of when you hear “Presentation”? Slides?
  • Enhanced conference presentation
  • Is the story = to the article contents? These is what the conference presentations (SPEECHES/STORIES) usually look like.
    These is what the academic audience usually wants to hear, but this is also what they hear every time, so they don’t want to hear ONLY that.
  • Why? Because if you present the article contents, it is dry like reading a document aloud. Even someone from the audience thinks that the presentation is interesting, they’d rather read the paper.
  • Paralanguage is a component of meta-communication that may modify or nuance meaning, or convey emotion, such as prosody, pitch, volume, intonation etc.
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    • 1. 1 Edition 2. Research presentations
    • 2. 2 Mikhail Fominykh Show me your PhD and I'll show you mine By Mikhail Fominykh sponsored by TESEO Lab http://research.idi.ntnu.no/teseo/ Norwegian University of Science and Technology Edition 2. Research presentations Tenth Joint European Summer School on Technology-Enhanced Learning http://jtelsummerschool.eu/ Mellieha, Malta | April 28, 2014
    • 3. 3 Outline I. Preparation II. Execution III. Follow up
    • 4. 4 Outline I. Preparation II. Execution Slide design Conference presentation III. Follow up
    • 5. 5 Outline I. Preparation Q. II. Execution Slide design Q. Conference presentation III. Follow up Q. 5+5 min
    • 6. 6 Photo from GBL SS 2011 © Mikhail Fominykh
    • 7. 7 Form groups! Photo from jTEL SS 2011 © Mikhail Fominykh
    • 8. 8 What is so special in research presentations? Q. Find similarities and differences between a research presentation and a business one? 5+5 min
    • 9. 9 ContributeResearch ArchiveShare Way of sharing research ArticleData PortfolioImpact Adds Demo Slides
    • 10. 10 Photo from HICSS 2014 © Mikhail Fominykh
    • 11. 11 Presentation types TED Education https://www.youtube.com/
    • 12. 12 https://www.youtube.com/
    • 13. 13http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/NTNU/
    • 14. 14 Slide design Photo from jTEL SS 2011 © Mikhail Fominykh
    • 15. 15
    • 16. 16 Awesome tips on how you could make you slide (slide design) o You can write as much text on the slide as you need, because you would like everyone to read everything precisely as you think of it! o You can use bulletin points to present multiple ideas related to the title of the slide (use not more than 6 bulletins! – 6 RULE). o Using different colours and fonts attract attention and makes your presentation look cool. You should use them a lot to avoid being boring! o Use a different font to emphasize important points o Large fonts are good for stressing
    • 17. 17 One idea per slide
    • 18. 18 Fewer styles, colors, and fonts Photo from jTEL SS 2011 © Mikhail Fominykh
    • 19. 19 jTEL SS 2011 © jTEL community Fewer styles, colors, and fonts Photo from jTEL SS 2013 © Mikhail Fominykh
    • 20. 20 Bulletins are for lists Data sources o Interviews o Questionnaires o Direct observation o Logs
    • 21. 21 Text Minimum words Short phrases One style of emphasizing Large font size
    • 22. 22 Graphics Charts present data Full-screen photos illustrate ideas Only essential animations No clipart
    • 23. 23 Slides Q. How to improve slides? Discussion now! 5+5 min
    • 24. 24 Conference presentation Photo from IMCL 2009 © Mikhail Fominykh
    • 25. 25 Public speaking The human brain starts working the moment you are born and never stops until you stand up to speak in public George Jessel Quote and photo from http://en.wikiquote.org/
    • 26. 26 Presentation = Slides? Prep WrapAct Story Slides Rehearsal Q&A *
    • 27. 27 Information channels compete Photo from jTEL SS 2011 © Mikhail Fominykh
    • 28. 28 Conference presentation Prep WrapAct Story Slides Rehearsal Equipment Handouts Q&A Resources Notes Demo Trials *
    • 29. 29 Care about auxiliary materials Photo from ISM 2013 © Mikhail Fominykh
    • 30. 30 ExplainTitle Q&A * Settings Data Results Evaluation Conclusion Story = Article contents?
    • 31. 31 ExplainTitle Q&A Story Settings Data Results Evaluation Conclusion Dry facts Nothing special Boredom
    • 32. 32 No-Story strategy Photo from ISM 2013 © Mikhail Fominykh
    • 33. 33 Engage Call for actionExplain Story Commend Offer * Ask Invoke Invite Settings Data Results Evaluation Conclusion Intrigue Provoke Spark Promise Follow up
    • 34. 34 Engage Call for actionExplain What does the audience want? Why should I care? What should I do?…
    • 35. 35 Emotions Photo from jTEL SS 2013 © Mikhail Fominykh
    • 36. 36 Photo from EC-TEL 2013 © Mikhail FominykhEngage
    • 37. 37 Photo from EC-TEL 2013 © Mikhail FominykhSurprise
    • 38. 38 Photo from EC-TEL 2013 © Mikhail FominykhExplain
    • 39. 39 Photo from EC-TEL 2013 © Mikhail FominykhShow
    • 40. 40 Photo from EC-TEL 2013 © Mikhail FominykhArgue
    • 41. 41 Photo from EC-TEL 2013 © Mikhail FominykhJoke
    • 42. 42 Photo from EC-TEL 2013 © Mikhail FominykhListen
    • 43. 43 Photo from EC-TEL 2013 © Mikhail FominykhBe honest
    • 44. 44 Attention Photo from EC-TEL 2013 © Mikhail Fominykh
    • 45. 45 Paralinguistics Photo from jTEL SS 2011 © Mikhail Fominykh
    • 46. 46 *Story = Structure? Engage Call for actionExplain Commend Offer Ask Invoke Invite Settings Data Results Evaluation Conclusion Intrigue Provoke Spark Promise Follow up slide 7 slide 8 slide 9 slide 1 slide 2 slide 3 slide 4 slide 5 slide 6 slide 10 slide 11 Video slide 12 slide 13 slide 14 slide 15 slide 16 slide 17 slide 18 slide 19
    • 47. 47 Add drama Image copyright for the film is owned by Columbia Pictures
    • 48. 48 Research problem Image copyright for the film is owned by Columbia Pictures
    • 49. 49 Image copyright for the film is owned by Columbia Pictures Your solution
    • 50. 50 Photo from EC-TEL 2013 © Mikhail Fominykh
    • 51. 51 Follow up ideas Q. Find the best follow ups to make people remember your presentation! 5+5 min
    • 52. 52 Act Why following up? Prep Wrap Story Slides Rehearsal Equipment Handouts Q&A Resources Notes Demo Trials
    • 53. 53 Why following up? ActPrep Wrap Story Slides Rehearsal Equipment Handouts Q&A Resources Notes Demo Trials
    • 54. 54 How to follow up? – “Here is how you can cite my paper!” + “I am planning new studies and open for collaboration!”
    • 55. 55 How to get a PhD? Research like Design slides like Perform presentations like Follow up like Academics Artists Actors Advertisers
    • 56. 56
    • 57. 57 Thank you! Photo from jTEL SS 2011 © Mikhail Fominykh
    • 58. 58 Q&A Mikhail Fominykh mikhail.fominykh@ntnu.no http://www.idi.ntnu.no/~fominykh/ http://www.linkedin.com/in/fominykh/ https://www.facebook.com/mikhail.fominykh/ http://slideshare.net/mfominykh/ Tenth Joint European Summer School on Technology-Enhanced Learning http://jtelsummerschool.eu/ Mellieha, Malta | April 28, 2014