College Research Paper Example
28 Aug 2017
Technology has evolved greatly in last few decades and has become an important part of our lives. In fact, the primary goal of revolution in technology is to help improve our quality of life at work, home, and anywhere else. Education is not an exception from this rule. In fact, technology has been integrated into the education processes throughout the years due to the fact it provides amazing tools that facilitate learning. Thanks to the internet, teachers, and professors have more resources to help children and students learn the lectures. On the other hand, students find it easier to keep up with school with many tools they can use to research, learn, and organize. With the rise of smartphones, we have the option to use applications (apps) for every aspect of our lives. Apps go beyond social media, it is possible to download a suitable application for everything. What about education? Would the introduction of apps into education have a positive or negative impact? Despite the fact all of us believe the impact would be positive or negative, the question is not easy to answer.
How to Present a Research Paper in 5 Minutes by Prof. Kevin McGeeby Shengdong Zhao on Aug 27, 2012 • 7:24 pmNo Comments
The following video shows an example of presenting a research paper in 5 minutes by Prof. Kevin McGee. Sorry that the video quality is low. However, I hope some insights can be learned beyond these blur images.
How to Present a Research Paper in 5 minutes
In the video, the 5 minute presentation covers the following important topics about a research paper:
- What’s the problem the paper tries to address and why is the problem important?
- What’s the previous work and how is this paper different?
- What’s the contribution of the paper?
- What’s the method used?
- What’s the take-away message?
- Any additional critics or questions?
You should be able to summarize any paper in a similar fashion.
To see the slides of the presentation, please follow the link below.
Written by Shengdong Zhao
Shen is an Associate Professor in the Computer Science Department, National University of Singapore (NUS). He is the founding director of the NUS-HCI Lab, specializing in research and innovation in the area of human computer interaction.