Presentation skills are essential for academic success and future employability. Being a good presenter means having good oral communication skills and being able to prepare engaging and effective presentations.
Being a good presenter takes practice. Rehearsing and preparing for your presentations will increase your confidence in your communication skills. Find resources here to develop your presentation skills, for individual and group presentations, with tips on how to use technology for effective delivery.
What you will learn
the importance of skills such as using your voice and non-verbal communication
to reflect on the expectations of your audience and incorporate these into your presentations
about the use of visual tools in your presentations
the importance of preparing your presentations.
Where to get help
The Learning Hub can help you with assessment related questions. No need to make an appointment, just drop-in during advertised times. Check drop-in times and locations here: