CIRCA:Academic Presentations

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Academic presentations are an important part of research projects. See also Presenting Information as academic presentations are really just a

Some general suggestions:

  • Write our the text to your presentation and practice delivering it. If you write it out then you have a draft paper. You also have something to fall back on if you get nervous when presenting.
  • Engage the audience. Look at them. Smile. Walk into the room if you can.
  • Try to modulate your voice. Don't read a paper in a monotone voice. That will put folk to sleep.
  • Practice your talk so you can give it without reading.



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