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Study Skills

Research Communication

Communicating your research with a broad audience

One of the most important skills for researchers is the ability to communicate their research. An undergraduate student conducting a final year project; a masters by coursework or PhD student writing up a thesis; and a widely published researcher all have a common goal: to share the results of their research.  

Skilful research writers and presenters can communicate clearly, concisely, and effectively to contribute to the knowledge of their discipline. They allow a wide audience to understand, cite, or apply the results of their research.  

  • If you need help conducting your research, visit The Research Lifecycle.
  • If you need help communicating your research, click on the links below to visit these pages. 
research student speaking

Did you know CDU Language and Learning Advisors offer a range of study support options?

https://www.cdu.edu.au/library/language-and-learning-support

 

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