Presenting at conferences is an important part of scientific communication and can considerably enhance a researcher’s career prospects. Addressing a large audience can be quite a daunting experience, especially for early-stage researchers. This course will provide basic principles which will help researchers create a good presentation and deliver it successfully.
After this course, you will have more information about the following:
- Guidelines on selecting a relevant conference
- Principles behind writing abstracts for conferences
- Planning and collating the content of the presentation
- Brief overview of how slides should be designed
- Advice regarding answering questions at the end of the presentation