PLG0051 Popular scientific presentation with focus on sustainable development, 1.5 Credits
Subjects Environmental Communication
No Level Indicated
Pass / Failed
The requirements for attaining different grades are described in the course assessment criteria which are contained in a supplement to the course syllabus. Current information on assessment criteria shall be made available at the start of the course.
Participants need to be registered as PhD students at SLU.
Scope: The purpose of the course is to prepare PhD students for teaching and as rnediators of research results. The PhD student will prepare and train cornrnunication of research goals and results on popular science level. Preparation will require assess the potential and systerns effects of the research for sustainable production in e.g. agriculture, horticulture or forestry.
Learning outcomes: Training of communication skills; improvement of communication skills through feedback; training of applying systems thinking and systems perspectives in research;
Analysis of the own PhD work with a focus on sustainable development and production; Communication training with feedback;
Pedagogical form: Analysis, communication/presentation, feedback
Formats and requirements for examination
What is required to pass?
• Participation in the presentation day event
• Giving an oral presentation in the presentation day event
• Participation in the feedback session
• Approval of the participant’s presentation with regards to evidence that the student
a) thought about and made an effort to speak to the target audience
b) spoke within the time limits
c) addressed the topic of sustainability
Timetable: 17 January 2022 - 17 February 2022 (25% speed)
- Start-up meeting (17 January, zoom)
- Time to prepare with possibility to book individual supervision meetings (zoom)
- Opportunity for presentation test with feedback (14 February, zoom)
Time for improvements (15 February, zoom)
- Presentation and feedback session (16 February, zoom)
- Supervision feedback and reflection (16 February, zoom).
Department of Biosystems and Technology