ARCH40620 Arch.Conference Skills

Academic Year 2019/2020

This module, designed for PhD scholars in Archaeology, offers guidance and training in advanced participation in archaeological research seminars and conferences. Students will be required to design and present an academic paper at a conference, workshop or seminar, discuss other papers and chair sessions, and develop their own style and best practice in communicating archaeological research in a public context.

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Learning Outcomes:

Upon completion of this module, scholars will have
- successfully presented on their own research in a seminar, workshop or conference
- chaired a conference session, managed discussion, and gained an understanding of effective conference presentations
- engage speakers with questions, and developed an ability to interact with other conference attendees

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Requirements, Exclusions and Recommendations

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Module Requisites and Incompatibles
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