ORAL PRESENTATION GUIDELINES
Please download the – PRESENTATION TEMPLATE.
ACCEPTABLE FORMATS OF SLIDE PRESENTATION
MS Windows: MS PowerPoint 2013 or earlier, Acrobat PDF X
Macintosh: MS PowerPoint 2000 or earlier, Acrobat PDF X
Macintosh users: When choosing fonts for your presentation, notice that the first item on the Font menu is Font Collections. In the Font Collections, please use the fonts you find on the Windows Office Compatible sub-menu and you’ll have no trouble with PowerPoint 2013 for Windows.
As you present your abstracts 1st day of the conference, you should send the slide presentation to the Organizers, till 25.04.2019., via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Connect your slide presentation name – with the number of your review and presenter’s name.
All slide presentations will be preloaded to the computer in the scheduled order.
We recommend that you, for any unexpected event, bring at least two copies (on USB) of your presentation with you.
Prepare the Oral Presentation up to a maximum of 10 minutes.
There is NO EXCUSE for using more than your allotted time.
It is a discourtesy to your audience, the Session Chair and the other speakers to exceed your allotted time. The Session Chairs are instructed to adhere to the printed schedule for the session. This is critical to the overall success of the conference. We suggest that you rehearse your presentation.
Both oral presentations and slides have to be in English.
Slide presentation format is restricted by the pre-designed PRESENTATION TEMPLATE
- Show no more than 1 slide per minute of speaking time. This means approximately 10 slides
- Choose photos and drawings that are clear and in good resolution
- Make the letters on your slides BIG ENOUGH. Suggested minimum font is 14.
- Avoid lengthy tabulations of numerical data and limit equations to those for which the terms can be properly defined.
- Your audience needs time to interpret the data that you present. While you are very familiar with the data displayed, the audience is not.
- In addition to the body of the talk, present an introduction and a summary or conclusion.
- Include only information or data that can be properly explained in the allotted time.
- Simplicity and Legibility are Keys to Effective Oral Presentations