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Engineering Library: Presentation skills

Information about the Department of Engineering Library, including information for researchers

Microphone on a purple backgroundPresentation Skills

Presentations are one way to share your research. You want to ensure your message is clear and that you are confident in presenting your information to others.

Your presentation should let your key points stand out and show that you have expert knowledge, and a clear and succinct message.

This page will help you learn how to communicate your key messages clearly and concisely.

Training from the Centre for Languages and Inter-Communication

The Department of Engineering Centre for Languages and Inter-Communication (CLIC) offers a varied online training programme called Communication for Global Engineers, which includes training and support on Presentation Skills for Engineers and Speaking Fluently and Appropriately. You can also book individual Speaking Supervisions with CLIC.

The Communication for Global Engineers courses can lead to various Digital Badges to demonstrate your achievement. 

Presentation Skills Training

You can watch a short video from the Engineering Library team on Presentation Skills by clicking the link below.

presentation skills video

Presentation Resources

There are several online resources that can help you when it comes to presenting. Some you may find helpful are:

Presentation Skills Toolkit Online training from the Researcher Development Programme.

Academic Presentations In-depth information on academic poster design from the University of Hull Skills Guides.

Your body language may shape who you are: A TED talk delivered by Amy Cuddy.

Present like a Pro Online training from the University of Manchester My Learning Essentials.

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