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ssra presentation skills workshop

SSRA Presentation Skills Workshop

Philip Smyth, SBI Education and Outreach

philip.smyth@ucd.ie, 01 7166975

present and correct

Present and Correct

Philip Smyth, SBI Education and Outreach

philip.smyth@ucd.ie, 01 7166975

ssra super special researcher advice

SSRA – Super Special Researcher Advice

Philip Smyth, SBI Education and Outreach

philip.smyth@ucd.ie, 01 7166975

ssra presentation skills workshop1

SSRA Presentation Skills Workshop

Philip Smyth, SBI Education and Outreach

philip.smyth@ucd.ie, 01 7166975

challenges for you
Challenges for you
  • Understood
  • Resonates, Excites, Moves (REM)
  • Memorable
  • Action
  • Personal
overview
Overview
  • You and Your Research
  • Presentation Heroes and Villains
  • General Presentation Skills
  • Descriptographs
  • Project One-liners
slide10

Demon

  • Doc
  • Anal
  • Exam
slide11

Demonstrations

  • Anecdotes
  • Analogies
  • Examples
presentation heroes
Presentation Heroes
  • What we asked…
  • Example of an excellent speaker and list the traits they think make them a good presenter.
  • Example of a bad presenter and similarly the reasons why they think they are not blessed with the gift of conversation.
slide15

Other questions concerning physical aspects

  • Who is the audience? How many?
  • Where will it take place? How big is the room?
  • What equipment is there in the room? What equipment do I need?
  • Does the equipment work?
  • Can the information be seen?
  • Can you present the information and not get in the way?
  • Will you need to dim the lights or draw the curtains?
slide16

When?

  • How long?
  • What room?
  • Judges?
  • Dress code? – Are my shoes polished, nails clean etc.
impress
Impress
  • First impressions
      • After 02 mins – Appearance 55%, Voice 38%, Content 7%
      • After 30 mins – Appearance 40%, Voice 42%, Content 18%
  • What do you want the audience to feel?
      • Act your emotions
slide18

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iUiTQvT0W_0

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYARUjOI3T0
impress1
Impress
  • First impressions
      • After 02 mins – Appearance 55%, Voice 38%, Content 7%
      • After 30 mins – Appearance 40%, Voice 42%, Content 18%
  • What do you want the audience to feel?
      • Act/show the emotions
  • Back it up
      • Facts, comparison, tell the story
posters
Posters
  • Title is important
  • Plan the layout – Guide the reader
  • Audience
  • Concise – It’s an advertisement
  • Personality – What happens next
slide23

FEATURE FILMS ARE THE RE-

SULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTI-

FIC STUDY COMBINED WITH

THE EXPERIENCES OF YEARS.

posters1
Posters
  • Title is important
  • Plan the layout – Guide the reader
  • Audience
  • Concise – It’s an advertisement
  • Personality – What happens next
slide28

Project One-Liners…

“I never forget a face, but in your case I’d be glad to make an exception”

  • Task:
  • Individually come up with one line that sums up your project
    • No group discussion
challenges for you1
Challenges for you
  • Understood
  • Resonates, Excites, Moves (REM)
  • Memorable
  • Action
  • Personal
key points
Key points
  • What to remember and to use:
  • Be aware of your audience
    • Be familiar with the venue
      • Be on time
  • Be engaging
    • Be enthusiastic
      • Be honest
        • Be the audience
          • Be memorable
  • Be yourself and have a conversation
challenges for you2
Challenges for you
  • Understood
  • Resonates, Excites, Moves (REM)
  • Memorable
  • Action
  • Personal
appendix
Appendix
  • Posters do’s and don’ts http://www.stanford.edu/group/blocklab/dos%20and%20donts%20of%20poster%20presentation.pdf
  • General presentation skills
    • https://www.osha.gov/doc/outreachtraining/htmlfiles/traintec.html
    • http://people.engr.ncsu.edu/txie/publications/oral_presentation_skills.pdf
    • http://www.winningtrainer.com/articles/PresentationSkillsForTrainers.pdf