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The Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium
Friday, May 21, 2010 in Mary Gates Hall
When preparing to share your research, it is important to consider various aspects of your presentation.
You may decide to accompany your presentation with a visual slide show (e.g., PowerPoint) or handout for the audience, or include a live demonstration, performance, and/or audience participation. The format and length of your presentation may depend on the discipline and venue in which you are presenting. See below for guides to various components of your presentation.
Presenting your Work
by: Don Wulff, Associate Director, Center for Instructional Development and Research
What are some of the major issues to consider in planning for the presentation?
What are some special caveats to consider for successful delivery of the research presentation?
What are some ways to assess how you did after the presentation?