Presentation Guide

Oral Presentation
Oral presentation allows authors to present papers for discussion detailing their latest research, education innovations and/or practice. Oral presentation involves authors presenting for 15 minutes, including 2-3 minutes allocated for Q&A. The oral presentation requirements are as follows:

1. All written material must be of adequate size to be clearly visible to all delegates.

2. Please bring a copy of your presentation (including any embedded files) on a USB memory stick to the conference.

3. Arrive at the conference room in advance of the session to introduce yourself to the Chair.

4. The oral presentation will be accurately timed, so make sure you finish in time.

5. We only support PowerPoint or PDF–Please do not prepare any other presentation formats.

6. If your presentation contains video clips, you must prepare the video as a separate file. And please inform the conference secretary about it before the conference.

7. A laser pointer/PowerPoint clicker will be available.

8. Please be aware that internet access is not guaranteed. So having an external storage source is imperative.

Poster Presentation
A poster presentation allows a presenter to provide a visual summary of their research and/or innovation to be displayed for sharing with conference delegates. There will be dedicated time allocated in the conference program for poster viewing by delegates and also an opportunity for poster presenters to be available to discuss their work with conference delegates on an individual basis.

Posters should be printed A1 sized in portrait orientation and will be placed in poster holders, prior to the poster session, by the presenter (tape will be provided by conference organizers). Or, you are suggested to send the electronic version of your poster (.jpg) to the conference secretary 2 weeks at the latest before the conference. The conference organizer will print it and take it to the conference site for your poster presentation. The poster presentation requirements are as follows:

1. All illustrations, charts, etc., to be posted should be prepared in advance as materials for these purposes will not be available at the meeting site. ICDEL 2020 will provide a reasonable supply of tape, but we suggest authors provide their own if possible.

2. Each poster must include text in a large enough font to be read easily by attendees from a distance of 4 to 5 feet or more. Lettering on illustrations should be large and legible. Material should be displayed in logical sequence (introduction, development, conclusion) and each sheet should be numbered.

3. Posters will be arranged in the afternoon of May 23 and should be prepared in the morning of May 23 at the latest. Approximately 1 to 1.5 hours will be arranged for poster presentations. The presenter should stand by your poster so that you could make some explanations when participant are interested.

 

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