This series of videos introduces principles and techniques for developing and delivering effective scientific presentations. The series starts with a brief introduction and has four major sections:
Section 1 — Telling Your Story: Principles and techniques for effective scientific storytelling.
Section 2 — Creating Slides: Minimalism and robust slide design.
Section 3 — Presenting Data: Three simple principles for presenting data effectively.
Section 4 — Giving Your Presentation: Preparation, speaking tips, and handling questions.
Here is a link to the series Playlist on YouTube: PCATS YouTube Playlist
The Playlist will automatically advance through each video in the series. The videos are recorded in 1080p High Definition and can be watched in full screen mode without loss of quality. If things look fuzzy, be sure to check that the video settings in the YouTube player (click the gear icon) are correctly set to 1080p HD. Also note that YouTube has variable speed playback (click the gear icon) so that if you prefer, you can increase the playback speed (e.g., from 1x normal to 1.25x normal).
For convenience, we have also embedded the Playlist below. Note that you can easily select any section in the series by clicking on the Playlist icon in the upper left corner of the video frame.
This educational video series is supported by the Duke Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA), National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) NIH Grant Award Number UL1TR001117. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of Duke or the NIH. (NCATS).