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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.
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.
jTEL ss workshop - Show me your PhD and I'll show you mine
29thjoint European summer school on technology-enhanced learningLimassol, CyprusMay 27, 2013Mikhail FominykhShow me your PhDand Ill show you mineA workshop onpresenting and sharing research
54Awesome tips on how you could makeyou slide (slide design)o You can write as much text on the slide as you need, because you would likeeveryone to read everything precisely as you think of it!o You can use bulletin points to present multiple ideas related to the title of theslide (use not more than 6 bulletins! – 6 RULE).o Using different colours and fonts attract attention and makes yourpresentation look coolcool. You should use them a lot to avoid being boring!o Use a different font to emphasize important pointo Large fonts are good for stressingStudy Examples!