Über den Autor
Janie H. Wilson
I received my Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from the University of South Carolina in 1994. Since that time, I have been teaching and conducting research at Georgia Southern University. In the classroom, I specialize in teaching and learning in statistics and research methods. Research interests include rapport in teaching based on empirical data on the first day of class, electronic communications, interactions with students in a traditional classroom, syllabus design, and the development and validation of the Professor-Student Rapport Scale. Publications include two recent texts with Sage: An EasyGuide to Research Presentations and I have had the pleasure to contribute numerous chapters to edited books and have co-edited several books related to teaching and learning. I publish extensively on the scholarship of teaching and learning and have offered over 60 conference presentations, including several invited keynote addresses. For 2016, I am honored to serve as the President of Division Two of APA. My primary initiative is sharing the science of psychology with students and the general community.
SECTION I: OVERVIEW
1. Sharing the Wealth: Orientation to the Guide
2. Do Not Let Fear Stop You: Overcoming Anxiety
3. How Do I Get Started?
SECTION II: POSTER PRESENTATIONS
4. Posters Are Not Just for Dorm-Room Walls
5. Adding Pizzazz to Posters
SECTION III: ORAL PRESENTATIONS
6. Oral Presentations with PowerPoint
7. Prezi Presentations: An Alternative to PowerPoint
8. Keynote Presentations: Slides for Mac
9. Effective Oral Presentations: Preparing for Your Performance
SECTION IV: BEYOND CONTENT: PUTTING YOUR BEST FOOT FORWARD
10. The Day Before Your Presentation
11. The Day of Your Presentation
12. The Day After Your Presentation
SECTION V: SHARING WITH A WIDER AUDIENCE
13. Video Yourself: Asynchronous Presentations
14. Publishing: The Ultimate Presentation
A. Checklists for Papers and Oral Presentations
B. Assessment of Posters and Oral Presentations: Rubrics
Covering all aspects of presentations--poster presentations to oral and even video presentations-this text provides students with thorough coverage of presentation of their research. This brief handbook helps students in their professional development as they learn the ropes of sharing their work and experience the thrill of becoming part of a strong scientific community.
Wilson and Schwartz offer applied, step-by-step instructions on how to present research in a professional manner. Their book includes example poster layouts, checklists for preparing a presentation, and assessments to show students what members of the audience (and instructors) are looking for in their presentation. The latest presentation software and methods are included with coverage of Keynote and asynchronous video presentations covered in separate chapters.