Stand and deliver your dissertation defense.
However, today most educational establishments require that candidates make a slideshow and an oral defense. Whereas most candidates understand what an oral defense is, many of them have problems understanding what their slideshow should look like. Here is some information on how to prepare a really good dissertation defense slideshow.
We do some things very well indeed, and the dissertation defense is one of them. Leonard Cassuto, a professor of English at Fordham University, writes regularly about graduate education in this space.
You’ve done it, you’ve completed hours, months, perhaps even years of research and writing to complete your dissertation. The only step left on your path to a doctorate degree is the defense of your dissertation. Each university handles dissertation defense differently, so it may be helpful to reach out to other students and gain perspective on what to expect, this way you can prepare.
Preparing Your PowerPoint Topic 3: Preparing for Defense. In this activity, you will draft your PowerPoint for your proposal defense. During your defense you will typically have 10-15 minutes for your presentation. There are approximately 9-12 slides. They have read the study.
Dissertation Defense Guidelines -- 3 In summary, the following basic script is a recommended process. Time spent on each segment varies. The order, format, flow, and timing of the defense will be finalized and formally approved by the chair before the defense to insure a complete, clear presentation of the study and examination of the candidate.
This PowerPoint presentation, developed for my dissertation defense call, has been uploaded here for anyone in need of an example. Some minor misalignment of text occurred during upload.
Slide 1: Today I will be defending my PhD dissertation entitled “On Human-Computer Interaction in Complex Artefact Ecologies”. In this presentation I will give an overview of the work I have done during the last four years, but before I begin I will explain the title of the dissertation.