Effective Conference Presentation Summaries, Conclusions, and Closings
This chapter looks at the discourse and metadiscourse choices that allow for more impactful CP summaries, conclusions, and closings. Based on observations made at academic conferences, both effective and ineffective strategies will be discussed, with authentic CP examples used to illustrate the key points.
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