Once upon a time… learning to present your research

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Once upon a time… learning to present your research Thursday 26/05 17:30-19:00h Outdoor Area B Abstract In this workshop participants will learn and practice basic concepts that will help them to give engaging scientific presentations. We will explore concepts such as the effective use of non-verbal communication effectively, a framework

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May 26, 2022 - 17:30

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May 26, 2022 - 19:00

Once upon a time… learning to present your research

Thursday 26/05 17:30-19:00h
Outdoor Area B
Abstract

In this workshop participants will learn and practice basic concepts that will help them to give engaging scientific presentations. We will explore concepts such as the effective use of non-verbal communication effectively, a framework to be used to effectively communicate your research, the structure of a presentation, key points to make a good first impression and grab the audience attention, keep the attention of the audience, finish with style, manage difficulties.


Needs Analysis

As educated professionals, we need to present our work effectively, most people just want to survive the act of presenting and end up doing horrible and boring presentations that provide almost no value to the audience. With this workshop, participants will learn how to avoid these bad practices and be able to give good and engaging presentations.


Learning Objectives
  • Non-verbal key aspects when presenting in public
  • How to grab and keep the attention of the audience
  • Finish with style
  • Handle possible problems


Pre-activities

No pre-requisites.


Session Description
  • Nature of attractiveness and attention
  • Breaking the shell – Interactive exercise
  • Non-verbal communication – Interactive exercise
  • A framework of a presentation
  • Introduction – Interactive exercise
  • Changing dynamics – Interactive exercise
  • Atomic bomb – interactive exercise
  • Conclusion – interactive exercise
  • Problems and final thoughts


Post-activities

Do not kill people of boredom with your presentations.