Presenting at an Online Conference Part 5: More Resources

Editor’s Note: This is the last in Scott’s 5-part series on online conferences. Find Scott’s earlier articles here: Part 1 on choosing a presentation format, Part 2 on preparing an oral presentation, Part 3 on preventing technical difficulties, and Part 4 on making a good impression. Thanks Scott for sharing your insights with us this week! Join us at our AUT Postgraduate Research Symposium on Friday 26 November to see an online event in action.

Here are some other resources to help you as you prepare for your online conference.

About Scott Pilkington

Scott is a Postgraduate Coordinator and Health, Safety & Wellbeing rep at the Graduate Research School. His hobbies include museums, campanology, history, anthropology, cats, dance, fibre crafts, science communication, and gin. He’s a graduate of University of Auckland, University of Otago, Open Polytechnic of New Zealand, and of course AUT. His current research projects include how we use museums to communicate science, and the form and function of doctoral academic dress at New Zealand universities. Past research includes the Albert Park tunnels, taphonomy of burnt human skeletal remains, and the sex-politics-law dynamics of 13th C England. He is weirdly passionate about palaeoecology and urban spaces. He uses the pronouns he/him. You can often see him at GRS events being our resident photographer.

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