Presenting and sharing your research

Sue Greener

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    This chapter looks at the personal ways in which people are likely to present or share their work. The supervisor would tell someone to present the work in progress at an internal research conference in the university or organisation. The persons logical reaction feels flattered in the confidence that they are showing their research study so far. Before giving a presentation, consider carefully how it should be shared. Academic research is be shared, and developing a social network of academics in one's field will help them to gain feedback on their work, as well as expose their ideas to a wider audience: that audience being the point of presentation. A good sound will support the presentation, especially when enunciating clearly, avoiding hesitation and repeated ummms and errrrs. Add technical terms or jargon related to the respected field, search the audience for signs of misunderstandings and respond to them.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationResearch Methods for Postgraduates
    Subtitle of host publicationThird Edition
    EditorsTony Greenfield, Susan Greener
    Place of PublicationNew Jersey, USA
    Number of pages10
    ISBN (Electronic)9781118763025
    ISBN (Print)9781118341469
    Publication statusPublished - 14 Oct 2016


    • Academic research
    • Audience
    • Presentation
    • Research conference
    • Supervisor


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