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開講部局:教養教育院

Mark WEEKS 准教授

Practical Presentation Techniques (Research Skills C-2)

授業時間 2019年度後期水曜3限
対象者 大学院生共通科目

2単位、週1回全15回

授業の内容

In an informal atmosphere, this course provides students with important skills, practice and confidence in communicating research effectively through presentations, as well as in writing abstracts/proposals for acceptance to conferences. Some attention is also given to poster presentation techniques. Throughout, the course emphasizes clear expression through logic and design, along with constructive, enjoyable communication across fields.

授業の工夫

While helping students to gain confidence in academic communication, this course focuses on building and delivering presentations that engage the audience with the research itself. A fundamental assumption of this course is that a primary aim of presentations it to gather useful feedback in order to advance research in the field. The challenge, then, is to present the research in a way that makes its aim, significance and credibility unmistakably clear to the audience. This requires careful organization of information: not everything is of equal importance, so difficult editing decisions need to be made.

Following these basic practical principles, the course helps students to develop, experiment with, and even create techniques for clarity and impact. This is applied primarily to oral presentations, but there is also some discussion of poster presentations, as well as analysis of what makes a presentation abstract/proposal successful.

Students are encouraged to be acutely aware of the context in which they are presenting so that they may adapt their material to various types of audience both within and outside their specific research field in the future. It is essential to understand the audience’s perspective and the complexity of communicating to people with varied backgrounds. To do so, a certain degree of flexibility is essential.

Classes are conducted in an informal atmosphere with students working in randomized groups, changing each week to maximize communication between researchers across fields. A lot of feedback, from the instructor and fellow students, is given in order to raise communicative awareness.

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