Introduction
●There are many good references regarding how to
give an effective talk that is, a technical, whether at
a co...
The Content
●The goal of a talk is similar to clarity and
understanding.
●When you give a talk, ask yourself, “What are th...
The Slides
●   Use descriptive slide titles. Do not use the same
    title on multiple slides.
●   The last slide should b...
The Slides 2
●   Don't put too much text on a slide.
●   Keep fonts large and easy to read from the back
    of the room.
...
The Presentation
●   When giving a presentation, you never point at
     your laptop screen and you cannot see the
    aud...
Answering Questions
●   When you asked questions from the audience,
    answering questions are very hard.
●   Just as you...
Practice talks
●   You should practice your presentation talk
    before starting your presentation in front of the
    au...
Concluding
●   Slides are easy to write.
●   If you are talking your presentation, your voice
    volume is loudly and pre...
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  1. 1. Introduction ●There are many good references regarding how to give an effective talk that is, a technical, whether at a conference, presentation, whether at a conference to, your research group, or as an invited speaker at another university or research laboratory.
  2. 2. The Content ●The goal of a talk is similar to clarity and understanding. ●When you give a talk, ask yourself, “What are the key points that my audience should take away form the talk?” ● Do not try to do too much in a talk.
  3. 3. The Slides ● Use descriptive slide titles. Do not use the same title on multiple slides. ● The last slide should be a contributions or concludes slide, reminding the audience of the take-home message of the talk. ● Start your talk with motivation and examples and have lots of motivations and examples throughout .
  4. 4. The Slides 2 ● Don't put too much text on a slide. ● Keep fonts large and easy to read from the back of the room. ● Make effective use of figures and color.
  5. 5. The Presentation ● When giving a presentation, you never point at your laptop screen and you cannot see the audience. ● You make eye contact with the audience. ● Being animated is good, but you don't go your pace. ● If you get flustered, you mustn't panic. ● The typical dress code is “ Business style.”
  6. 6. Answering Questions ● When you asked questions from the audience, answering questions are very hard. ● Just as you practice a talk, practice answering question. ● When an audience ask a question, it is a good idea to repeat the question. ● You say to answer question with “no” or “I don't know.” You will get the trouble if you try blather on and to make up an answer on the fly.
  7. 7. Practice talks ● You should practice your presentation talk before starting your presentation in front of the audience. ● It is important for you speak loud voice and the important points clearly say. ● If you speak in a large group, mane people won't bother to speak up. ● You see the feedback the audience of member to own opinion and observations.
  8. 8. Concluding ● Slides are easy to write. ● If you are talking your presentation, your voice volume is loudly and presentations of contents are clearly speaking. ● If your presentation has important things, you use color, table, and graph. ● Before stating presentation, you should practice talk your presentation.
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