Join us on Monday, July 4th at 10am GMT / 11am BST for the next episode in Edanz's series for early career researchers (or anyone who just wants to improve their skills).
So far in this series, we have selected a journal and checked its requirements (Episode 1), outlined our first draft (Episode 2), avoided common manuscript writing mistakes (Episode 3), displayed our data as tables and figures (Episode 4), written an amazing abstract, title, and keywords to promote our paper (Episode 5), submitted our paper to our selected journal with recommended peer reviewers (Episode 6), and successfully navigated the peer review process (Episode 7).
Welcome to Episode 8 - PRESENTATION Power: How To Give Great SLIDE and POSTER Talks!
Join Edanz’s Scott McCleary for an interactive and information-packed hour of tips and tricks. In this event you will learn:
- how to DESIGN slides and posters that ATTRACT and INFORM
- how to effectively SPEAK with attendees – even if English is not your 1st language
- how to handle audience Q&A – including DIFFICULT questions
- how to effectively NETWORK at a conference and grow your contacts
Want to present your research effectively and promote your research to new audiences? You DON’T want to miss this one-hour live event!
Join us! As always, we invite YOUR questions and comments. See you there!
10:00 am GMT / 11:00 am BST
Scott is a specialist in online instructional design for professional development with 18+ years of experience. He has a Master’s degree in education from the University of Southern Queensland, with postgraduate certification in Education Technology.
Scott has developed and delivered training programs for more than 50 organizations worldwide in fields such as: medical/pharma (Merck, Pfizer, Banyu, NCGM hospital), business & finance (Deutsche Bank, Skandia, LEC Tokyo), big tech (Sony, Toshiba, Hitachi, Mitsubishi), government (The Japan Ministry of Foreign Affairs), K-12 (Benesse, Ochanomizu Seminar) and higher education (Komazawa University, Gakushuin University, Asia University, Kaetsu University, and the Berlin School of Economics and Law).
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