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Talking Science: Designing and Deliverying Successful Oral Presentations

Science isn't complete until the results have been shared with interested others, and talking about your results is one of the important ways of making them public. This presentation will address topics including the anatomy of a science talk, creating successful slides, delivering your content convincingly, ensuring that your talk is well-received, and answering questions.

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Resource Type: Audio, Video
Audience Level: Graduate, Professional (degree program), Continuing Education

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Authors and Editors: Sharon Milgran of OITE
Format: text/html
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