Oral Research Report Feedback
I liked the way you established the importance and need for the study, particularly in defining affinity spaces and some of the other crucial terms to your arguments.
One suggestion is to work through some of the tougher terms in the methodology section more quickly (briefly)
I liked the way... you defined the question and explained the reason it was important, contextualized the study, explained the data was collected, connected to real-world situations. Also great use of visuals.
One suggestion is... clarify the purpose of the question (observation, etc.) sooner and explain how critiques, etc. are "teaching tools".
I liked the way...your intro captured me right away
One suggestion is... more room for critique and independent wondering, more anchoring words in the slides (cary said this and I agree, though I really do love the pictures)
I liked the way you presented the images to deliver the same idea at a different modal, which enriched the information that your audience received. You also discussed the implication and significance of the study to give us a better evaluation of the presented research.
One suggestion is the association between a few images (e.g. results) didn't necessarily reflect what you said. A few terms that you used lost me.
I liked the way...you spoke confidently and casually and from your wheelhouse about the article, as if it were your own.
One suggestion is... to be more critical about the article.
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I liked the way...you were professional and also casual, warm and engaging, yet completely knowledgeable.
One suggestion is...to include graphs where possible in your visual aid. I am stealing that from Phil a bit, but I do agree that side by side comparisons of the types of sites would have helped the presentation.
I liked the way you built a circular connection between your interest and the results of the study.
One suggestion is to reduce the amount of information on the slides, although this has been pointed out as perhaps a personal preference.