Get noticed: How to be a success at academic conferences
May 31st, 12pm-3pm GST
Attending and presenting at conferences is vital for any researcher seeking to build a reputation and develop valuable connections within their field. But it can be difficult to choose the right conference, to write a successful abstract proposal, and to present your research clearly and confidently.
Knowledge E is hosting 3-hour online workshop on May 31st from 12pm till 3pm GST. The workshop is designed to address these issues and help researchers attend and present their research at leading international conferences.
This workshop will offer an in-depth exploration of what you should think about when considering attending a conference, including how to evaluate the potential benefits and risks, and how to identify and avoid predatory conference organisers. The workshop will also offer valuable guidance on how to respond to a Call for Papers with a well-written proposal, maximising chances of acceptance. Finally, the workshop will provide helpful tips on how to present your research in a concise, convincing, and engaging way – including how to plan and write a high-impact conference paper, how to create a powerful powerpoint presentation, and how to deliver your speech.
In this workshop participants will learn:
• How to choose the right conference
• How to write a successful abstract proposal
• How to prepare research for a conference audience
• How to deliver a high-impact presentation
After the event, participants will receive:
• The event recording
• A detailed guide, How to be a success at academic conferences
• A Certificate of Attendance
The workshop is designed for researchers at every stage of their career, from postgraduate scholars to senior academics, and will be delivered by Dr Emily Choynowski, Head of Research Development and Dissemination at Knowledge E, and a veteran presenter who has spoken at countless academic and professional conferences across the world.
Registrations are now closed!
If you are unable to attend the workshop, please inform us of your decision at email@example.com, more than 10 days before the event results to receive a 90% refund on the registration fee (the
remaining 10% is non-refundable due to platform and transfer fees).
A refund will not be provided in the event of a ‘no-show.’ Cancellation less than 7 days before the event will result in no refund. In the case of extenuating circumstances, requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
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