Presenting Science Online is designed to help graduate students in the Faculty of Science communicate their research to a variety of audiences online. This three-part series will examine the keys to preparing any presentation: analysis of audience, purpose, organization and style. Limited to the Faculty of Science.
This second set of online workshops will run from 16:30-17:30, with 10 minutes dedicated to Q&A at the end. Post-workshop coaching and practice sessions will also be available if requested.
June 9: Strategic content development for any length presentation.
June 16: How to develop effective visuals and utilize other online tools for conveying information
June 23: Issues of voice, body language, and presence online.
Issues specific to online presentations —lighting, the use of a green screen, privacy concerns and other factors to consider when setting up to present effectively — will also be addressed.
We will examine all of these topics through the lens of their importance in maximizing the engagement, comprehension and impact of an online presentation.
Online Location Instructions
Webinar link will be sent to registrants 24 hours prior to webinars.
BIO: Dr. Andrew Churchill obtained his doctorate in education from McGill University in 2011 after receiving his M.B.A. from the University of New Hampshire in 2002. For the last 10 years he has been working with both academics and business professionals in classes, seminars, professional workshops, and through independent contract work to help them hone their communication skills. His presentation coaching work focuses on refining content, voice, body language and visuals in order to increase engagement and comprehension. His workshops consistently receive excellent reviews from participants, and his excellence in teaching has earned him recognition with a Distinguished Teaching Award from McGill University.