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Presenting Your Work Online

Are you wondering what you need to think about when presenting your work online? Are you worried about presenting your work online? 

This two-part workshop will help answer those questions.


Online Workshop

Researchers, Fellows

  • maximum number of participants: 12


Currently not available

Place & Instructor






Learning outcomes

By the end of this two-part workshop you will:

  • understand the similarities and differences between in person and online presenting
  • be more confident about presenting online


In times of increased remote communication, traditional worries such as projecting your voice and using body language have to be reassessed, and integrated with the technological environment in which we find ourselves. Additionally, we need to become proficient in new skills, such as:

  • How to speak when using a microphone.
  • Where to look?
  • How to design and use visuals for maximum effect 
  • Interacting with your "desktop audience"

Methods & Learning Activities

In the first session, we will discuss and try out the essential skills for presenting your work online.

The group will reconvene after an interval of two weeks. In this second meeting, participants will put into practice the principles discussed in the first.

This workshop will give you an opportunity to practise the skills necessary for presenting online in a safe environment, and to engage in feedback conversations with peers (both giving and receiving feedback) and communication specialists.

Teacher's bio

Fergal Treanor specialises in grammar and advanced language learning, as well as academic & policy writing. He studied German and Russian at Trinity College Dublin, and went on to complete a Masters and Ph.D in Applied Linguistics. Before joining the EUI in 2017, he taught English at the University of Wuppertal. 

Page last updated on 22 September 2023

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