Specification for leave behind document

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GDNet Presentation Skills Training for Awards and Medals Finalists
Manila, Philippines
7-9 June, 2013

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Specification for leave behind document

  1. 1. SPECIFICATIONS FOR YOURLEAVE-BEHIND DOCUMENT
  2. 2. AWARDS AND MEDALS LEAVE-BEHIND HANDOUT• You need to provide a unique document summarizing your researchto leave behind with the panel after your presentation.• This document must adhere to certain specifications:IMAGES: These should be set across the top of the handout, in the header. Ideally, use colourful images that fit with information in yourpresentation and fit a rectangular shape. Where possible, include a logo of your university.
  3. 3. INFORMATION TO INCLUDE N YOUR HANDOUT:• Title of Project/Research Paper/Research proposal• Name of Participant Institution/Organisation you are workingfor• Subheading 1: Introduce a brief abstract/executive summary ofyour projectSmall abstract of project (200 words approx)
  4. 4. • Subheading 2: Methodology and/or TerminologyIf your research contains some complicated methodology andterminology then use this section to explain it in as brief and clearway as possible.Unpack key terms of calculations.Include other relevant information to support your presentation – ifthere is information that you do not have time to include but isimportant for your proposal/project.
  5. 5. • Subheading 3: Key Findings of your researchThis section should include the discovery/results of your research.• Subheading 4: Policy ImplicationsThis section should describe clearly what you think should happennext. You can present your recommendations as precisesteps/actions you think others should take.• Subheading 5: Where to find more informationInclude any web references where people can see the full researchpaper, or if you haven’t published anything yet, include links to yourinstitution (preferably where you have a research profile).

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