Tips and advice

Here you will find tips and advice regarding interactions in group, oral - and written presentations.

Written presentations

Commenting on texts

The model we use within DiaNa is called the text triangle, which you can read more about in our documents regarding written presentations. With it you can divide the text into separate parts and analyse them for a deeper and more diversified feedback.


Plagiarism is an increasing problem at university level that can somewhat be remedied by use of the scandinavian service Urkund. Through it you can send texts and see if it contains plagiarism. Link to Urkund.

Oral presentations


As a supervisor you have the opportunity to go alongside an experienced supervisor during hir own session with the students or, if you wish, to have said supervisor go alongside you to after the session provide feedback to you. If you're interested please contact the DiaNa-coordinator for more information.

Read more here

Group interactions

If you as a teacher have an assignment with focus on group interactions you can choose to focus on group dynamics. By helping the students becoming more aware of what happens in a group they can increase their skills as teamworkers.

You can, for example, prior to starting the group assignment spend some time talking about the basics of group dynamics (documents below can be of assistence) or let the students reflect upon their own and others input in the group assignment by using the forms provided by DiaNa.

The documents are meant to provide a basis for discussion.

How to become a group