2022 Doctoral Academic Presentation I

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Tanaka Hidekazu  Yasuoka Koichi 
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Lecture / Exercise    (Livestream)
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Intensive ()  
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Course description and aims

To conduct interdisciplinary research, it is essential to communicate with persons who are different specialists. Each attendee in this course will present own research theme with PowerPoint slides. Group discussion will be held for improvement of their presentation quality.

Student learning outcomes

Students will be able to do the followings by taking this course.
1) Explain their own research to people from other fields in a straightforward manner
2) Make easy-to-understand slides (PowerPoint) of their research
3) Use discussions to complement their presentation.


Power point slide, presentations, Q&A, comprehension skills, communicating skills.

Competencies that will be developed

Specialist skills Intercultural skills Communication skills Critical thinking skills Practical and/or problem-solving skills

Class flow

During the intensive classes, students learn (1) Explanation in a straightforward manner, (2) Making easy-to-understand slides, and (3) Use of discussions to complement presentations. Students present on their research topics and get advice from the other students and instructors at each class. Therefore, the target size of the class is 10 students or less. The instructors explain the easy-to understand tips using power point slides, and share them with students. Students should complete the required learning after each class. Please prepare a short presentation for the next class.
All the students will receive the information on Zoom URLs, can download instructors' lecture materials, and can upload your reports through T2SCHOLA.

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 June 17 (Friday) 14:20-16:00,Zoom Guidance, self-introduction by students, the structure of presentation. Present their research topics to students from other fields within five minutes.
Class 2 June 24 (Friday) 14:20-17:55,Zoom Short verbal explanation of students' own research themes, easy-to understand tips. Explain their research topics with no more than 10 slides.
Class 3 July 1 (Friday) 14:20-17:55,Zoom The first presentation with PowerPoint slides, points for improvement. Improve the slides according to the advice and prepare for an active discussion.
Class 4 July 8 (Friday) 14:20-17:55,Zoom The second presentation with PowerPoint slides, Q&A methods Report a presentation self-evaluation and improvement points to instructors



Reference books, course materials, etc.

Power Point スライドデザイン (株)化学同人 ISBN978-4-7598-1175-9

Assessment criteria and methods

Students are evaluated based on presentation materials and skills.
When a student is absent in a class, his/her grade point may be reduced.

Related courses

  • ALP Advanced Practice II

Prerequisites (i.e., required knowledge, skills, courses, etc.)

Each of doctoral students, who belongs to his/her doctoral course for less than six months, cannot register for this course.

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