Language as a scientific tool: shaping scientific language across time and national tradition, 2016 - Science Library (SL) Q223
Effective science communication : a practical guide to surviving as a scientist, Science Library (SL) Bar Q223
Project management for research : a guide for graduate students, 2016 - Science Library (SL) Bar P302.18
Science blogging : the essential guide, 2016 - Science Library (SL) Bar Q225.S343 2016
Writing science in plain English, 2013 - Science Library (SL) Bar T11.G6814 2013.
Presentation Skills for Scientists : A Practical Guide, 2010 - Science Library (SL) REF Q223 .Z36 2010
Presenting Science : A Practical Guide to Giving a Good Talk, 2010 - Science Library (SL) REF Q223 .I87 2010
Explaining Research: How to Reach Key Audiences to Advance Your Work, 2010 - Science Library (SL) REF Q223 .M399 2010
Presentation Zen: Simple Ideas on Presentation Design and Delivery - LL HF5718.22 .R49 2008
Slide:ology: The Art and Science of Creating Great Presentations, 2008- Science Library (SL) HF5718.22 D83 2008
A Student's Guide to Presentations Making Your Presentation Count - LL PN4192.S78 C55 2007
Speaking About Science: Manual for Creating Clear Presentations, 2006- Science Library (SL) Bar Q223 M67 2006
Beyond Bullet Points : Using Microsoft® PowerPoint® to Create Presentations That Inform, Motivate, and Inspire, 2005 - LL HF5718.22 .A87 2005
The UCI Libraries' Presentation Studio is open in the MRC (room 168). UCI affiliates can book the room to practice and record their presentations for classes, conferences, job interviews, and more in this technologically enhanced space. Use the reservation request form to book the time you want to use it.
Guidelines from UCI:
General Tutorials and Tips:
The following document provides an extensive overview of presentation tools including a descriptions of who can use each tool, and why you might want to use them, the document also includes the pros and cons for each for each tool.
Standards and Specifications are described as documents that describe the rules and conditions for how materials and products should be manufactured, defined, measured, tested, and applied. They are used to establish baselines or a minimum level of performance and quality control to ensure that optimal conditions and procedures for the purpose of creating compatibility with products and services from different periods and a range of sources. Specifications have a more limited range of application than standards and generally establish requirements for materials, products, or services. Standards and specifications may be issued by voluntary technical or trade associations, professional societies, national standards bodies, government agencies, or by international organizations. It is critical to establish the source.
Standards and specifications are of greatest utility to engineers, scientists and those working with new innovations.
Learn more about Standards
Types of Standards:
What are some points to remember when using standards?
To locate a standard you should (ideally) have at least three of the following:
Sources for Standards: ASTM SEDL