How do I present my research?

How do I present my research?

How to present research findings

  1. Know your audience in advance.
  2. Tailor your presentation to that audience.
  3. Highlight the context.
  4. Policy or practice recommendations.
  5. Include recommendations that are actionable and that help your audience.
  6. Time and practise what you do.
  7. Avoid powerpointlessness.
  8. Visualise your data: try infographics!

How do you present a paper in Journal Club?

Here are five things I learned from my experience leading a journal club that can help you prepare to get the most out of your discussions:

  1. Know the background material.
  2. Make your presentation concise.
  3. Simplify unfamiliar concepts.
  4. Ask yourself questions about the paper before you present.

How do you present a scholarly article?


  1. (2) Stand Up:
  2. (3) Don’t Try to Cover Your Entire Paper:
  3. (4) Honor the Time Limit:
  4. (5) Get Your Paper to the Discussants Well Before the Conference:
  5. (6) Keep Your Answers to Questions Brief:
  7. (I) Be Helpful to the Authors:
  8. (2) Be Helpful to the Audience:

How do you present a research paper in a conference?

8 Tips for presenting a paper at an academic conference

  1. Write your paper with the audience in mind: A conference paper should be different from a journal article.
  2. Adhere to time limits: Generally, paper presentation sessions at conferences are 20-30 minutes long, so prepare your material accordingly.

How do you make a good conference presentation?

How to deliver an effective conference presentation (and beat those presenting nerves).

  1. Don’t touch that slide deck just yet.
  2. Build your presentation within time constraints.
  3. Use visuals to illuminate, not obscure.
  4. Aim for simplicity and consistency.
  5. Know your research audience.
  6. Rehearse your presentation.

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