In January, we are we offering some new workshops to help you develop your presentations skills in the New Year, as well as the return of our ‘Delivering Academic Presentations’ workshop.
Delivering Academic Presentations
This half-day session offers a form of group coaching session using video in a supportive and friendly environment to help you recognise your strengths in your presentations, and identify ways to improve. The session will focus on presenting research in the context of your own research area.
Further dates are offered in February and March.
Prepare and Deliver your Elevator Pitch
This combined webinar and practical session will help you explain your research and wider interests to new people in a short ‘Elevator Pitch’ format.
In the webinar, we discuss how to create an effective elevator pitch for different occasions, to assess what you need to communicate, what others will want to hear and how reduce the use of technical language.
The workshop will give you time and space to practise pitching your research to a friendly and supporting peer group. You will be able to gain feedback from your peers and develop a successful elevator pitch that you can use for networking.
Webinar: Presentations – Preparing an Elevator Pitch 17 Jan 2018 12:30 -13:30
Presentations: Delivering an Elevator Pitch 24 Jan 13:00 – 15:00
Learn and practise the Pecha Kucha method for delivering presentations
Are you looking for more innovative ways to present your research? Pecha Kucha is a popular presentation format that involves delivering a talk using 20 slides, which display for 20 seconds each.
Join us for an opportunity to learn and practise delivering a Pecha Kucha presentation within a friendly and supportive environment. This session provides the opportunity to help you be more concise in your delivery and more effective in storytelling and using slides.
Presentations: Pecha Kucha 31 Jan 13:00 – 15:00
See the LDC Development Timetable for a list of all LDC Development Programme events available for booking. We expect to announce further workshops and webinars for February and March early in 2018.