15 Recommendations for Designing and Delivering Effective Conference Presentations

As a college faculty member, you speak to audiences both large and small on a daily basis. You know how to deliver information, create learning opportunities, and build engagement. And yet, presenting at a professional conference brings a whole new set of challenges: http://ow.ly/p9U2v
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2 thoughts on “15 Recommendations for Designing and Delivering Effective Conference Presentations

  1. With so many delivery methods to choose from, is anyone aware which methods lead to the best result? And are of the non-traditional methods any more time and cost effective than traditional delivery?

    • Hi Matt,
      Most likely, like we say in psychology, it depends! 🙂 Which delivery method is best depends on the characteristics of the presenter, the audience, the message, and the context. I am not sure what you mean by “non-traditional” methods. The methods suggested in this article seem not to consume many resources except time – which always seems scarce to me.

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