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Research ethics: Producing powerful presentations

Research ethics should not be confined to how research is undertaken, says Helen Kara

The central questions on the ethics of research presentation run along these lines: who you will want to present your work to? Why them? Where? And how? What will those people want to know? Will any of them have accessibility requirements? How can you best meet their needs while giving them a good experience?

Such concerns need to be addressed early on. An ethical approach to presentation begins when you are designing your research project. Effective presentation of findings takes time to plan and execute, so make sure you have allocated enough time for this to be done well.

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