5 classic research presentation mistakes

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The Thesis Whisperer

PresentationsĀ  for a faculty or disciplinary audience are subtly different to those you give at a conference, but not talked about as frequently. These ā€˜internalā€™ presentations are important because they tell your colleagues what kind of researcher you are; it helps you socially and academically to perform well to your peers.

This topic occurred to me as I sat in on a couple of examinations (vivas), completion seminars and a confirmation or two in recent weeks. I have sat through literally hundreds of assessment presentations if you count my years in purgatoryarchitecture school. So hereā€™s my top five classic research presentation mistakes, but Iā€™m going to stick with the verbal problems here because there are many great presentations about graphics, such as ā€˜how not to suck at powerpointā€™ and ā€˜how to make you presentation boringā€™.

1) TMI

Too much information (TMI) is the most common mistake Iā€¦

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