How do I present my research?
How to present research findings
- Know your audience in advance.
- Tailor your presentation to that audience.
- Highlight the context.
- Policy or practice recommendations.
- Include recommendations that are actionable and that help your audience.
- Time and practise what you do.
- Avoid powerpointlessness.
- 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:
- Know the background material.
- Make your presentation concise.
- Simplify unfamiliar concepts.
- Ask yourself questions about the paper before you present.
How do you present a scholarly article?
RULES FOR PRESENTING A SCHOLARLY PAPER
- (2) Stand Up:
- (3) Don’t Try to Cover Your Entire Paper:
- (4) Honor the Time Limit:
- (5) Get Your Paper to the Discussants Well Before the Conference:
- (6) Keep Your Answers to Questions Brief:
- RULES FOR “DISCUSSING” SCHOLARLY PAPERS.
- (I) Be Helpful to the Authors:
- (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
- Write your paper with the audience in mind: A conference paper should be different from a journal article.
- 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).
- Don’t touch that slide deck just yet.
- Build your presentation within time constraints.
- Use visuals to illuminate, not obscure.
- Aim for simplicity and consistency.
- Know your research audience.
- Rehearse your presentation.