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Presentations, Oh My! What is the Conference?

Part of our Spring 2022 Presentation Prep Series

Are you a new researcher looking to present on your research, but need some help understanding conferences? Attend this workshop to learn about the structure of conferences the expectations for turning your paper into an effective presentation. We will discuss expectations for conference panels, managing technology and other issues, and strategies for engaging with comments and critiques during the event, among other things. The workshop will emphasize practical tips and we encourage you to bring your questions and concerns! Following the presentation, students will have the opportunity to put tips into practice in a workshop setting driven by individual interest, which can include: editing, seeking feedback on, and sharing ideas or concerns about presentations with the help of instructors and peer attendees.

The workshop will be hybrid style, with the option to attend in person or virtually on Zoom. In person attendees are encouraged to bring personal laptops and presentation materials for hands-on editing and/or practice. Laptops are also available for checkout at the library circulation desk.

Pizza and beverages will be provided in person! Masks will be required during the workshop, but we're offering free pizza to go.

Presented by Jairo Marshall of the Graduate Resource Center

Questions: Contact ajankowski@unm.edu

Date:
Tuesday, February 22, 2022
Time:
11:00am - 12:30pm
Time Zone:
Mountain Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
Hybrid -- In person: Centennial Library room DEN 2; Zoom: https://goto.unm.edu/esszoom
Library:
Centennial Science & Engineering Library
Audience:
  Global Public     UNM Only  
Categories:
  Workshop  

Registration is required. There are 29 seats available.

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Amy Jankowski

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