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
Under Enago Academy, we offer comprehensive and up-to-date resources for researchers, publishers, editors, and students to learn and share their experience about research and publishing. By collaborating with industry experts on a common platform, we intend to make Enago Academy a forum for active discussion and knowledge sharing. Based on our experience of helping international researchers eliminate language barriers, we wish to create newer avenues by which ideas and challenges can be communicated to a global audience.