Oral Presentation

Thinking of your Presentation as a Performance

By Lydia Wilkinson
Oral presentations can strike fear into the hearts of many an engineer. This discomfort is something all actors have had to deal with at some point, and that the discipline has developed strategies to address. Performers think of their body and voices as …

Engineering Career Coach Anthony Fasano interviews Traci Nathans Kelly on Slide Rules

Traci-Nathans Kelly, former editor of our IEEE Professional Communication Society book series, is interviewed by The Engineering Career Coach’s Anthony Fasano about her book, co-authored with Christine G. Nicometo,  Slide Rules: Design, Build, and Archive Presentations in the Engineering and Technical Fields.
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PCS at IEEE Sections Congress, Australia: Ryan Boettger’s Ignite Talk

Brian Traynor and Ryan Boettger represented PCS at IEEE Sections Congress—‚a triennial gathering of IEEE Section leadership—in Sydney, Australia in August this year. 1250 IEEE members from 165 countries participated the event. We were able to introduce PCS and its activities and publications to many IEEE …

Using a Storyboard to Plan a Presentation

How do you start a presentation? If you have looked for a strategy to plan an oral presentation, you might want to consider Storyboarding, an important technique for planning described by Melissa Clarkson in this post. This technique for developing the structure and content of a presentation helps …