Presentation Best Practices from the Union of Concerned Scientists
You know the drill. You go to a scientific conference to learn about the work your peers and colleagues are doing. But the presentations have slides filled top to bottom with text, there are graphs with text and numbers too tiny to read, and the presenter keeps staring down at her notes, never making eye contact. Just because we've all had this experience doesn't mean this is the only way.
Presentations can be engaging and scientifically accurate—and our next webinar will walk you through how.
ECS/101: Not Just Another Powerpoint: Best practices to bring your presentation to life
Date: Thursday, July 23
Time: 3:00 p.m. EDT
Speakers: Dr. Andrew Gunther, executive director, Center for Ecosystem Management & Restoration; Dr. Marcia DeLonge, agroecologist, Union of Concerned Scientists
Scientific presentations can be compelling and engaging while still being scientific and accurate. Join us as we present ideas about how to make engaging presentations to both scientific and public audiences, walk you through real-life examples, and offer tips on how you can spruce up your own presentation before the next conference or meeting.