Introduces students to the principles and practices used to effectively communicate about research. Learning and assessment activities develop an understanding of the principles of good research communication, and the capabilities required to effectively communicate about research to an interdisciplinary academic audience.
|Unit name||Developing and Delivering a Research Presentation|
|College/School||College of Business & Economics
Tasmanian School of Business and Economics
|Coordinator||Doctor Megan Woods|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
|Location||Study period||Attendance options||Available to|
- International students
- Domestic students
|Study Period||Start date||Census date||WW date||End date|
* The Final WW Date is the final date from which you can withdraw from the unit without academic penalty, however you will still incur a financial liability (refer to How do I withdraw from a unit? for more information).
Unit census dates currently displaying for 2022 are indicative and subject to change. Finalised census dates for 2022 will be available from the 1st October 2021. Note census date cutoff is 11.59pm AEST (AEDT during October to March).
- Identify and explain what constitutes best practice in academic knowledge transfer.
- Critically evaluate research presentations using agreed criteria.
- Incorporate elements of best practice into your own research presentation.
- Communicate complex research ideas in both oral and written forms
|Field of Education||Commencing Student Contribution 1,3||Grandfathered Student Contribution 1,3||Approved Pathway Course Student Contribution 2,3||Domestic Full Fee 4|
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You cannot enrol in this unit as well as the following:BMA402
3hr workshop x 3 and 1 x 5hr seminar; plus online content. Please refer to the timetable for dates, time and venue.
|Assessment||Presentation (50%)|Research presentation plan (30%)|Critique of research presentation (20%)|
|Timetable||View the lecture timetable | View the full unit timetable|
There is no prescribed text but there is a list of essential readings that will be available on MyLO. Over and above the essential readngs you are also expected to supplement available readings by seeking additional relevant resources to enhance your knowledge and your assignments.
Bourne, PE, 2007, Ten simple rules for making good oral presnetations, Plos Computational Biology, no. 3, p. e77.
Bryman, A & Bell, E 2015, Business research methods, 4th edn, Oxford University Press, New York, Chapter 29.
Burmak, L, 2011, They snooze, you lose: The educators guide to succesful presentations, Wiley, San Francisco.
Creswell, J W 2016, 30 essential skills for the qualitative researcher, Sage Publications, London, Part 6.
Denholm, C & Evans, T, 2008 Doctorates Downunder, ACER. Camberwell Victoria, Ch. 18.
Ghauri, P & Gronhaug, K, 2005, Research methods in business studies: a practical guide, Prentice Hall
Gosling, P & Lambertus, DN, 2010, Mastering your PhD, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Ch 12.
Miller, J, 2013, ‘Oral Academic Presentation Skills’, Flinders University, YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRaPmO6TlaM
Polonsky, M & Waller, D, S 2011, Designing and Managing a Research Project, Part III, Sage Publications, London. VideoJug, 2007
How to give a good presentation’, Kingston College, YouTube, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRaPmO6TlaM
Santolalla, O, 2019, Create and deliver a killer product demo: Tips and tricks to wow your customers. Springer eBooks, (electronic source UTas library)
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