Resources and Recommendations¶
Read more in this chapter: Communicating Accessibly.
Ability Net for guides to making your documents more accessible.
Contrast calculator is a good website to freely check if you meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) ratings.
Outlier conf is a good example of accessibility in conference participation fees and data experience (vs visualisation).
Read more in this chapter: Blogs for Research Communication.
Read more in this chapter: Lay Summaries.
See Perfecting that lay summary for a good example of how an abstract can be changed into a lay summary.
Read more in this chapter: Podcasts for Research Communication.
Read more in this chapter: Presenting Posters and Conference Talks.
Here are some websites that offer free resources making different aspects of presenations:
The Noun Project for icons and photographs.
Unsplash for photographs.
Pexels for photographs.
Freepik for icons and illustrations.
Flaticon for icons.
Canva for icons.
For recording talks:
Many of the technical aspects and tools for giving remote talks (or classes) are covered in The Carpentries tips for teaching online and the webinar “Teaching Online on Short Notice” by RStudio, a source for several points of this section.
Author Nancy Duarte offers some insights in her books, articles and talks on how to structure presentations that involve a call to action.