Presentation Skills for Scientists
REM 570, fall semesters, 10:30 a.m., MW, 2 credits, CNR 205F)

The course begins on Monday, August 26

Course Description: A hands-on course to master the skills required for oral presentations for research, teaching, and outreach. A detailed examination of all elements that must be integrated and mastered for an effective and engaging oral presentation.

Recommended preparation: Proficiency with computer software, including programs for: presentations (e.g., PowerPoint, Prezi, Flash, Toolbook Instructor, Director), photo-and object-editing (e.g., Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, Corel Photopaint and Draw), scientific graphics (e.g., SigmaPlot), mapping (e.g., ArcView), and flow diagrams (e.g., Visio).

Professor R. Robberecht
College of Natural Resources, University of Idaho
Moscow, Idaho 83844-1133 USA    VandalWeb

Office: CNR 205A | 208-885-7404

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First published May 2014