A Student's Guide to Presentations
Making your Presentation Count
- Barbara Chivers - Freelance Educational Consultant
- Michael Shoolbred - University of Birmingham, UK
Presentation Skills | Presentation Skills (UG) | Study Skills (General)
Are you daunted by the prospect of doing a presentation or just keen to improve your presentation skills?This book gives you a detailed guide to the preparation and delivery of both individual and group presentations. It takes you through all the practical stages necessary to complete a presentation and obtain excellent marks.
Key features include:
- Real life examples illustrating effective presentation techniques
- Helpful tips and illustrations throughout
- A 10 step guide to preparing your presentation
- Tips on using PowerPoint effectively
- A companion website complete with a student resource centre.
Written in a clear and accessible style this book is essential reading for both undergraduate and postgraduate students who have to conduct graded presentations.
Visit the companion website for free online support resources.
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Visit the Companion Website for:
- Chapter summaries
- A guide to presenting numbers
- Useful web links.
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This is a comprehensive and accessible account of what makes an effective presentation and we will look to purchase copies for our library. This text will be recommended to our undergraduate students.
I have included this as a supplemental book for the students, as they are only introduced to the concept of giving presentations in the module, but feel that they might return to this later in their studies