If you’re looking for a way to share a summary of your research, as you might in the viva, think Why-How-What:
- Why is your topic worth researching?
- How have you gone about researching it?
- What have you found?
Every time you give a summary of your work you get to try new ways to communicate what’s important. These questions are only the beginning, you might want to elaborate. You have to start somewhere though.
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