- Monday 16 January 2023
10:00-12:00, South Kensington
- Tuesday 07 February 2023
13:30-15:30, Microsoft Teams
- Monday 17 April 2023
13:00-15:00, South Kensington
Oral presentations form a major part of research communication. The chance to practise and receive feedback is central to improving performance. Participants will each present a 10 min PowerPoint presentation on their research project to an interdisciplinary audience and receive feedback. The feedback will focus on content and layout of slides, the overall flow and signposting of the presentation and the presenter’s communication skills. The presentation can be recorded as an option to generate a resource for further self-development.
This blended course includes pre-course activities to complete before the live session to engage with during the course: you will receive the credit by participating in all pre-course and course activities.
Pre-course activities (about 1h): prepare a 10-minute PowerPoint presentation on your research project
In the live course you will present to a small interdisciplinary audience, of PhD/Doctoral researchers and provide and receive feedback.
- The first part of the live course will recap on how to give good presentations with Q&A
- The deadline for registration is 1 week before the live course.
By the end of the blended course you will be better able to:
- Recognise how body language, voice and eye contact affect your research presentation impact.
- Identify importance of flow and signposting within your research presentation.
- Assess the content, layout, and format of your research presentation.
- Critique presentations based upon experience and use of tools such as observation sheets.
- Evaluate your personal strengths and weaknesses in presentation style, and consider future development actions.
How to Book
Please select a date and book on via Inkpath using your Imperial Single-Sign-On. Bookings will close approximately one week before each live session.