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)

Top 10 Tips on How to Do a Presentation

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

How to do an Interview Presentation


Be the change you want to see

Be the change you want to see in the delivery of presentations. The online milieu is not the same as a live presentation. Failure to recognise this and consequently just doing the same old reading out of your slides is…
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You’re doing it wrong(er)

doing it wrong(er)

You’re doing it wrong if you think a presentation is simply reading out PowerPoint. You are doing it wrong(er) (sic) if you do that online. An online presentation is much more of a challenge than a live presentation for multiple…
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online presentation setup

online presentation setup

Online presentation setup is as important for the delivery of an excellent online presentation as in person. All aspects of p3 (delivery); audio-visual, technical and personal must be maximised. There are usually dedicated support staff to assist at an in-person…
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how to do an online presentation

How to do an online presentation? The answer to that question is based on how one would do any other presentation. The message must be memorable, simple, and succinct. The supportive media must be inviting and simple. The delivery must…
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Zoom, zoom, zoom.

zoom, zoom, zoom

Zoom, zoom, zoom seems to be all we hear about in the pandemic and as a company they certainly have done very well in the online presenting market place. I have personal issues with MSTeams and it has huge issues…
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It’s a privilege

it's a privilege

“It’s a privilege to be here today and read my powerpoint out to you.” That’s not how it should be! It’s a privilege to be given the opportunity to make a presentation, to share insights, inspiration or research, to teach…
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more questions

More questions on twitter and through email from friends and colleagues about presentations is a great sign of the desire for improvement and higher-order thinking on presentation skills. I want to emphasise that these replies are only my personal opinions,…
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Just don’t…

just don't

Just don’t ever consider doing any of these things. They need no more explanation than is given. Sadly, these ideas are more frequently expressed than one would expect. If you have ever considered one, just don’t. Plan using powerpoint (to…
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Top 10 tips

A recent tweet from a colleague Edd Broad asked me for my top 10 tips on giving presentations to a large group. Being a man of a certain age, a certain musical upbringing and a certain literary experience, top 10s…
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What is p cubed presentation style?

What is p cubed presentation style? A radical approach to presentations, based in science that aspires to help presenters everywhere deliver effective presentations, engage with their audiences and share insights, inspiration and ideas so that they are retained rather than…
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