Virtual Presentation Guidelines
All speaker presentations will be scheduled into the program as simulated live talks. This means that attendees will watch each pre-recorded talk as if being broadcast live — avoiding the stress of live streaming and the potential technical issues that could arise from this.
Step 1: Create your Presentation using PowerPoint Slides
Please include an intro slide below at the beginning of your presentation (include the title of your talk, your name and your affiliation)
Ensure that any graphs/charts/figures you include are large enough to be viewed on a screen, and there’s space at the bottom of your slides for closed captioning.
Practice going through your talk to confirm that the timings are accurate, and that the number of slides correlates with your allotment of time.
Remember to take a few moments at the start of your talk to introduce yourself, in lieu of a chair.
You may consider including a contact email address and/or twitter handle in your final slide, to make it easy for attendees to contact you with any follow up questions post event.
Step 2: Record Your Video
Please be aware that videos of Traditional and Developmental Papers will need to be submitted in the form of a hyperlink from either Zoom or YouTube. Below are downloadable instructions for three options to create your videos:
Step 3: Upload Your Presentation
Presenters must upload all videos via their individual url (this will be communicated via email)