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How you present your research in 2 min so you blow people off their chair

Time: Thu 2021-04-15 13.00 - 16.00

Lecturer: Pontus Ströbaek, director and professional lecturing mentor and Anders Sahlman, research communicato

Location: Zoom

“What is your research about?” That is probably the most common question you will get during your

career as a researcher. Being able to answer that question in a short and effective way, opens up for

conversations with many people outside the research community, which will help you to further your

career.

But how do you tell a story about your research? A story is not about making things up - but learning

how to structure the information in a way that makes it easy to follow and understand. In this

workshop you will learn how.

After the workshop you will have:

• A story draft about your research

• An approach for you on how to build a story

• An understanding of how to use dramaturgy in your presentations

Elements of the workshop:

• What you have to gain from communicating your research

• Identify the elements of a good story

• How to choose which parts of your research are suitable to tell as story

• How to build a dramatic line through your story

• Dare to present with emotion!

Workshop leader:

Pontus Ströbaek, director and professional lecturing mentor

Anders Sahlman, research communicator and presentation coach

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