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Writing and delivering a presentation

You may be required to make a formal presentation of your work either as an individual or as a member of a group.

Online advice and tutorials

  • Presentation skills
    How to improve the content of your presentation; improving your presentation style; and the value of preparation and practice.
    (Source: Skills for Study website)
  • Giving presentations
    Advice on preparing your presentation and overcoming presentation anxiety.
    (Source: UWE Bristol)
  • Creating an academic poster
    This resource will help if you are producing a poster for a conference, tutorial, or a poster presentation for assessment.
    (Source: UWE Bristol Library)
  • Reading list: creating academic posters
    We've created a resource list of useful books, websites and tutorials to help you create academic posters.
  • Feel the fear and do it anyway” - this best-selling book by Susan Jeffers could help you to face your fears. Read it online or borrow a copy from our libraries. 

Face-to-face support

For face-to-face support with presentations, attend a workshop run by Dr Rob Grieve, Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy who has stammered since childhood. The workshop uses a non-threatening approach to share ideas and strategies to help build confidence in public speaking. The focus will be on enabling you to fundamentally change your attitude and current approach to presentations/public speaking. You are not be required to deliver a presentation as part of this session. 'How to stand up and be heard' workshops run in semester one and two.

Search for upcoming 'How to stand up and be heard' workshops.

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