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(896S20) Enhance your Presentation Skills: Create Clear Content and Great Scientific Slides

Online workshop for PhD students, 22. Juni 2020

Many scientific presentations suffer from too little clarity and too much content. In this workshop we discuss how to create clear content and how to prepare visually coherent slides which support your speech.

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(896S20) Enhance your Presentation Skills: Create Clear Content and Great Scientific Slides

Online workshop for PhD students

Wann?

  • 22. Juni 2020
  • 09.00 Uhr bis 13.00 Uhr

Wo?

Online Seminar using Zoom

ReferentIn

Dr. Matthias Mayer

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Die Anmeldung ist bis zum 10 . Juni 2020, 10.00 Uhr, möglich. Teilnahmebedingungen Anmeldeformular

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Akademisches Schreibzentrum

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Seminarstart in meinen Kalender übertragen (882S20) Scientific Writing – The Principles.ics (ics, 645 BYTE)

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Learning Outcomes:

  • Prepare clear content: audience focus & goal, take home message

  • How to start and end well

  • Telling a vivid story: Creating Brain Cinema

  • Golden Rules of Slide Design and Tech Tips

    Content:

    Part 1 – Create Clear Content

    Many scientific presentations suffer from too little clarity and too much content. The result is a lecturer running through the slides, losing the audience at the very beginning. You should instead learn to deliver a clear presentation by setting distinct goals and finding vivid examples that make your talk “sticky” and memorable. In this workshop we discuss how to create such clear content.

    Part 2 – Design Proper Slides

    Today's leading standard for visualization in scientific presentations is still PowerPoint: a powerful tool, however, often poorly used. Lecturers frequently try to remind themselves what they wanted to say by reading their own bullets - thereby facing the projection screen instead of their audience. With overfilled, graphically cluttered, visually incoherent slides they try to support their speech. You should know how to do better. After this workshop you will.

Evaluation note: In this seminar an evaluation will take place.

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