Over the last couple of years delivering presentations online has become par for the course, with Covid-19 forcing many people to work from home and events to be delivered remotely. With our work culture changing, online presentations look set to stay, so here are our top tips to help you deliver a strong recording.

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By Neil Chue Hong, Simon Hettrick, Aleksandra Pawlik and Giacomo Peru.

The ability to communicate your work is vital, whether you are a researcher, software developer or manager. Lightning talks are a popular way of allowing many people to talk about their work in a short time, and making it easy to work out who you should grab for a conversation at the coffee break. (They're popular at workshops, like our Collaborations Workshop.). For many, the idea of giving a talk under such strict timing can be terrifying. These top tips will help you become an electrifying lightning talk…

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