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作者 Krantz, William B., 1939-
書名 Presenting an effective and dynamic technical paper [electronic resource] : a guidebook for novice and experienced speakers in a multicultural world / William B. Krantz
出版項 London : Academic Press, 2017
國際標準書號 9780128054185 (e-book)
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (xix, 95 p.) : ill
附註 Includes index
Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction -- 1.1. Focus and Scope of This Guidebook -- 1.2. Formal Oral Versus Poster Presentations -- 1.3. Special Features of This Guidebook -- 1.4. How to Use This Guidebook -- 2. Preliminary Considerations -- 2.1. Focus and Scope of This Chapter -- 2.2. The Presentation Format -- 2.3. The Venue -- 2.4. The Allotted Time -- 2.5. The Outline and Cue Cards for Your Presentation -- 2.5.1. Importance of Preparing an Outline -- 2.5.2. Value of Preparing Cue Cards -- 2.6. Dressing for the Occasion -- 3. Organizing Your Presentation -- 3.1. Focus and Scope of This Chapter -- 3.2. The Abstract -- 3.2.1. When an Abstract Is Needed 1 -- 3.2.2. Content of an Abstract -- 3.3. The Title Slide -- 3.3.1. What It Must Include -- 3.3.2. What Else It Can Include -- 3.4. The Outline or Overview -- 3.5. The Introduction -- 3.6. The Review of Prior Studies -- 3.7. The Research Plan -- 3.7.1. Indicating the Design Considerations -- 3.7.2. Indicating How the Problem Will be Addressed -- 3.7.3. Research Plan for an Experimental Study -- 3.7.4. Research Plan for a Theoretical Development -- 3.8. The Discussion of Results -- 3.8.1. Showing Typical Results -- 3.8.2. Presenting Your Results -- 3.8.3. Providing Some Measure of Reproducibility -- 3.8.4. Emphasizing Interesting Observations -- 3.9. The Conclusions -- 3.10. A Future Work Slide -- 3.11. The Acknowledgments -- 3.12. The "Thank You" Slide -- 4. Making a Formal Oral Presentation -- 4.1. Focus and Scope of This Chapter -- 4.1.1. Importance of an Effective Presentation Style -- 4.1.2. Distinguishing Features of Making a Formal Oral Presentation -- 4.1.3. Developing Your Own Presentation Style -- 4.2. Preparing Your Slides -- 4.2.1. Preliminary Considerations in Preparing Your Slides -- 4.2.2. Making Your Visuals Easy to Understand -- 4.2.3. Choosing an Appropriate Font -- 4.2.4. Choosing an Appropriate Font Size -- 4.2.5. Choosing an Appropriate Color Scheme -- 4.2.6. Emphasizing Important Parts of Your Presentation -- 4.2.7. Use of Animations and Sounds -- 4.2.8. Choosing a Template -- 4.2.9. Numbering Your Slides -- 4.2.10. Proofreading Your Presentation -- 4.3. Scoping Out the Room and Facilities When On-Site -- 4.3.1. Scoping Out the Room for Your Presentation -- 4.3.2. Scoping Out the Facilities for Your Presentation -- 4.4. Use of a Microphone and Laser Pointer -- 4.4.1. Use of a Microphone -- 4.4.2. Use of a Laser Pointer -- 4.5. Mastering the Mechanics of an Effective Oral Presentation -- 4.5.1. Your Appearance -- 4.5.2. Vocalization -- 4.5.3. Effective Eye Contact -- 4.5.4. Body Language -- 4.5.5. Use of Humor -- 4.5.6. Handling a Momentary Lapse-of-Memory -- 4.6. Stepping Through Your Presentation -- 4.6.1. Your Introduction by the Session Chair or Host -- 4.6.2. Generating Interest Early in Your Presentation -- 4.6.3. Pacing Your Presentation -- 4.6.4. Ending Your Presentation -- 4.6.5. Handling Questions Including Those You Cannot Answer -- 4.7. Handling Nervousness -- 4.7.1. Channeling Nervousness Into Projecting Excitement -- 4.7.2. Ways to Control Nervousness -- 4.7.3. Handling Mistakes That Cause Nervousness -- 4.7.4. The Easiest Way to Avoid Nervousness -- 4.8. Practice Makes Perfect -- 4.9. Critiquing Presentations Made by Others -- 4.10. Developing Your Presentation Style -- 5. Giving a Poster Presentation -- 5.1. Focus and Scope of This Chapter -- 5.1.1. Distinguishing Features of a Poster Presentation -- 5.1.2. Importance of Developing Your Own Poster Presentation Style -- 5.2. Preparing Your Poster -- 5.2.1. The Plan for Laying Out Your Poster -- 5.2.2. Organizing the Content of Your Poster -- 5.2.3. Designing Your Poster -- 5.2.4. Proofreading Your Poster Material -- 5.3. Printing Your Poster -- 5.3.1. Choices in the Format for Printing Your Poster -- 5.3.2. Proofreading Your Printed Poster -- 5.4. Checklist Before Arriving On-Site for Your Poster Presentation -- 5.5. Scoping Out the Room and Posting Your Poster -- 5.5.1. Scoping Out the Room for Your Poster Presentation -- 5.5.2. Posting Your Poster -- 5.6. Using a Mechanical Pointer -- 5.6.1. Use a Mechanical Pointer for a Poster Presentation -- 5.6.2. Using a Mechanical Pointer to Control Your Audience -- 5.6.3. Avoid "Playing" With Your Mechanical Pointer -- 5.7. Mastering the Mechanics of an Effective Poster Presentation -- 5.7.1. Preliminary Considerations -- 5.7.2. Engaging Your Audience -- 5.7.3. Interacting With Your Audience -- 5.7.4. "Gimmicks" for Making an Effective Poster Presentation -- 5.8. Poster Session Courtesy -- 5.8.1. Courtesy Considerations for Poster Presentations -- 5.8.2. Courtesy Considerations Regarding Your Audience -- 5.8.3. Courtesy Considerations Regarding Other Poster Presenters -- 5.9. Developing Your Poster Presentation Style
主題 Communication in science
Public speaking
Communication of technical information
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