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Presentation Technique

FDA019, 2004VT

Status Archive
School Computer and Information Science (CIS)
Division
Owner Britt-Inger Karlsson

This course is only open to persons admitted to PhD studies at IDA.

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Course plan

No of lectures

Ca 30 h.

Recommended for

Graduate students.

The course was last given

Spring 2003.

Goals

To achieve better presentations of your own research at international conferences and local meetings. To feel confident in front of an audience. To practise introduction of speakers and dealing with questions.

Prerequisites

None.

Organization

Day 1-2: Voice- and body language, mind-mapping, how to take notes, the students present prepared presentations.Day 3-4: Body language, overheads, short performances, students presentations (10 min). Day 5-6: The language, students own unprepared presentations. Some of the presentations will be video recorded.

Contents

Different presentation techniques. Mind-mapping, flash-cards and other preparations. Body language, visual aids and vocabulary expansion.

Literature

Powerful Presentation.
Notice: The book will be bought by the teacher and handed out at the first lecture.

Lecturers

Ingela Dellby.

Examiner

Ingela Dellby.

Examination

Presentations and active participation in workshops, discussions and continuous evaluation of performances.

Credit

3 credits.

Comments

The course is given in English.


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Last updated: 2012-05-03