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ADOPTED AS PART OF ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS MODULE
This book provides relevant information for our students in developing their skills and knowledge of presenting. The book is structured in a way that is easy for students to access and provides a range of strategies and approaches.
Neat, clear, accessible, effective! The key things you need for students new to presentations at all FE and HE levels.
A user-friendly text that students will find highly useful not only for aiding them in preparation of presentations but also in understanding the relevance of them for a deeper understanding of course material as well as preparation for employment.
A super book which is well written and user-friendly. Some excellent hints and tips to help students who need to complete a presentation as part of their course. An excellent resource for students and teachers alike.
A very useful text to help students with the increasing number of presentations that they are expected to make. An excellent complementary resource for the guidelines that we provide.
A fantastic book that has hugely aided students' confidence and techniques
We have recommended that our students read this book in order to help them with their level I assignment in addition to listing it as recommended reading for Level C study skills- Really handy book that covers a basic but important topic
very good for BA presentations, an increasing aspect of our course. Useful also for MA, and Research students thinking of Seminars and vivas.
This is a comprehensive and accessible account of what makes an effective presentation and we will look to purchase copies for our library. This text will be recommended to our undergraduate students.
I have included this as a supplemental book for the students, as they are only introduced to the concept of giving presentations in the module, but feel that they might return to this later in their studies