Scientific Communication University of Bordeaux
Upon completion of this course, students will have: -Understood the basic philosophy of the conception and communication ofNeuroscience research work. -Understood the norms and conventions of scientific communication -Learnt how to adapt to different oral and written communicationcontexts -Acquired the skills to communicate effectively on their research to aninternational audienceThey will be able to prepare and present effective oral presentationsin Neuroscience.
- B1 level in English (Common European Framework of Reference forLanguages): independent user, intermediate level
- Oral presentation with slide show, 25 minutes – one resitallowed
-Preparing and presenting a Neuroscience paper: Daniel Voisin -Understand the paper -Extract and summarize the main points -Prepare the slide show -Get ready to present -Anticipate and answer questions -Conception and communication of Neuroscience research work: AlineDesmedt, Philippe de Deurwaerdere
- Lectures: 6 hours - Tutorial class: 36 hours
Online Course Requirement
- Maximum number of students: 20 - Selection procedure: evaluation of CV - Selection criteria: quality of the academic CVDuration: 2 weeks Language of instruction: EnglishMode of delivery: Face-to-face teaching: in-class
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Contact person: Joanne Pagèzejoanne.email@example.comDaniel Voisin (coordinator)firstname.lastname@example.orgCyril Lançon email@example.com