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Speaking technically : a handbook for scientists, engineers, and physicians on how to improve technical presentations / Sinclair Goodlad.

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Author/Creator:
Goodlad, Sinclair.
Language:
English.
Publication date:
1996
Imprint:
London, Eng. : Imperial College Press ; River Edge, NJ : distributed by World Scientific, c1996.
Format:
  • Book
  • ix, 112 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents:
  • A professional job-- decide your purpose-- who will do what?-- planning the content - the frame of reference-- starting, stopping and signposting-- speaking technique-- the use and abuse of visual aids-- planning the support work-- some special situations-- chairing sessions and managing questions in large meetings-- count-down check list-- notes to accompany the presentations check sheet-- speaking technically - presentations check sheet.
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Publisher's Summary:
The author draws upon his observations of people speaking technically in after-dinner speeches to write a book designed for anyone who has found the prospect of speaking technically to be daunting. He covers: conference presentations; coping with visitors; inaugural lectures; industrial presentations; industrial tourism; lectures to students; presentations to funding bodies; project reports; public inquiries; school talks; section and departmental meetings; and telephone calls and consultations. He offers the reader practical tools and principles for organizing information and making technical communication lively and memorable.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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ISBN:
186094034X
9781860940347

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