Enhancing learners’ awareness of oral presentation (delivery) skills in the context of self-regulated learning

  title={Enhancing learners’ awareness of oral presentation (delivery) skills in the context of self-regulated learning},
  author={Art Tsang},
  journal={Active Learning in Higher Education},
  pages={39 - 50}
  • Art Tsang
  • Published 1 March 2020
  • Education
  • Active Learning in Higher Education
Oral presentations, activities often assessed and also a means by which learning could take place, are commonplace in higher education. General (delivery) skills in presentations are particularly useful beyond university such as in job interviews and communication with clients and colleagues in the workplace. However, little has been in place to equip learners with these vital skills. It is this very gap that motivated the research described in this article, which aimed at raising awareness of… 

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