Garr Reynolds in his best-selling book, “The Naked Presenter” asserts that “[t]he ability to speak passionately, clearly, and visually is more important than ever before.” Indeed, with the advent of such international presentation events such as TEDTalks, Three-Minute Thesis, Pecha Kucha and Ignite, the expectations audiences have to be inspired, enlightened and entertained are changing. No more are audiences willing to sit through a dull recitation of a technical data. There’s simply too much competition for our mental attention. This puts evermore pressure on presenters to deliver dynamic, creative and memorable presentations. In this talk, the AWEC’s Speaking in the Disciplines instructor, Marc Anthony, presents how he gets NTU students to deliver stimulating and interesting academic presentations.