#htdap

Detailed guides on How To Do A Presentation #htdap

This section contains Individual posts that have step by step guides on #htdap (how to do a presentation) for various types of presentations. Each posts contains detailed explanations with links to posts that deal with specific topics in more detail. The commonest types of presentations are listed below. If you would like to understand more, get in touch, follow @ffolliet on twitter or send an email.

How to do a presentation

How to do a Presentation (storify)

How to do a Scientific Presentation

How to do a Pechakucha

How to do a Teaching Session

How to do a Case Based Discussion Presentation

Where do I start to improve presentations?

baby steps

To improve your presentations is a challenge but now you’ve visited the website this is the beginning of your journey. Your presentations are going to change and from now on you will never view a presentation in the same way….
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On being creative

creative

It is always encouraging to engage with colleagues in social media and I try to answer questions from there. Thanks to Jennifer Wyman for raising the idea of creativity in presentations. Data slides (2) https://t.co/9Tfeh8gkXE via @ffolliet Check out the P3…
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Data slides (3)

image superiority

Data slides must be easily interpreted, memorable and clear. They will support the message, not distract, cannot be taken directly from a scientific document and are best if their theme, font colour fit with the other slides in the presentation.This…
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Data slides (2)

data slide 3

In the previous post on data slides it was highlighted that “Data slides must be easily interpreted, memorable and clear. Few are. Most could be improved.” A data slide in a presentation cannot merely a representation of a table from the scientific…
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Case based teaching

clinical presentation

I am always happy to try to give an answer to questions from twitter such as this from Rachel Roberts on case based teaching. @ffolliet any tips for crafting the media for case based teaching when you want to convey history, exam,…
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Why are you presenting?

The most important question a presenter should address is “Why am I presenting?” The answer has nothing to do with your status, your previous presentations or your knowledge and everything to do with the audience. Recognising this is central to…
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My First Teaching Session

my first teaching session

I appreciate that sometime the comments on the site relate to more major presentations such as keynote and large scientific conferences. The challenge of How To Do A Presentation #htdap has been covered in a few specific posts before ;…
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A scientific presentation at BBTS Conference

conference logo

Think of the best scientific presentation you have watched. It captured your interest as soon as it began, asked a question pertinent to your specific needs and proceeded to succinctly answer that question leaving you with a purpose to change…
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This is a document. I am reading it. Out.

If you turn on the radio, you can tell immediately whether the piece is a news broadcast or an interview or the presenter speaking directly to you. The reason is that we speak differently to the way we write. One…
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#htdap

I was invited recently to give a presentation. I recorded and annotated the process of preparation using storify and twitter. The results can be seen https://storify.com/ffolliet/how-to-do-a-presentationIf you have thoughts or comments please join the conversation.