Presentation Skills I: Introduction to Professional Research Presentations
This course is in 2 parts and it is recommended that you attend both sessions.
- Presentation Skills 1: Introduction to Professional Research Presentations
- Presentation Skills 2: Practical – Delivering a Professional Research Presentation
Presentation Skills 1: Introduction to Professional Research Presentations
This session will provide theory, advice and tips on giving professional research presentations. This session will be 2 hours duration.
Presentation Skills 2: Practical – Delivering a Professional Research Presentation
Practical: delivering a professional research presentation – this session will give you the opportunity to deliver a 5-10 mins (max) presentation (such as part of a research presentation, e.g. assessment seminar or research conference), and get tutor and peer feedback, and also to provide peer feedback on a few other researchers’ presentations.
You will be in a small group with other PhD researchers, and each group will have a 2-hours slot. Please bring your PowerPoint presentation on a USB and come prepared to deliver a 5-10 mins research presentation. Your presentation may be recorded so you can review it afterwards on your own.
This course will help you develop and understand how to make professional research presentations; especially in the lead up to a research presentation, such as an assessment seminar or a research conference.
You will learn:
- How to plan a professional research presentation
- How to deliver a professional research presentation
- How to handle questions about your research
- How to evaluate your presentation skills
PhD Researcher Feedback (2019)
- A very helpful and informative session with very appreciative one to one feedback after. It was very reassuring to hear what I was doing right and motivating to hear what areas I could improve on! Thank you!
- One of the most practical & helpful workshops I've attended. Great advice for Initial Assessment presentation and an opportunity to practice presentation technique in a supportive setting. was extremely useful to attend this session, the second part contained valuable practical component - making presentation - with following comments from student group and a personal face-to-face review from facilitator.
The Vitae Researcher Development Framework
This session maps on to Domain C of the Vitae Framework: Engagement, influence and impact which includes the sub-domain areas of:
- D1: Working with others
- D2: Communication and dissemination
- D3: Engagement and impact