The Conference will be coordinated online with sessions run through the Zoom platform via our Virtual Attendee Hub. Please find below details on the structure of sessions and the format of presentations. Please see the cvent online presentation information for more details on how to present on the day.
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Please note that all times in the program PDF are in AEST (Sydney/Melbourne) time. On the Virtual Attendee Hub the times will be converted to your local area time. Please check the settings when you first login.
For more details on preparing for your session, please see the following resources:
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You will present your work during a concurrent session at the Conference, hosted on the Zoom platform. You will need a microphone and camera. Please see the online program to confirm which session you have been allocated to.
The session will run for one hour and have four presenters. The session will run as follows:
This is a different style to a usual conference. This is to ensure more interaction with delegates who are sitting at home watching the Conference.
You must upload your poster to the Speaker Resource Centre by 6th August: Login to the Speaker Resource Centre and click on the 'My Tasks' tab in the top right of the screen, click on the 'Upload your poster' link and use the button to upload the file.
At the conference
Posters will be presented during one of four poster sessions; please see the program to confirm which session you have been allocated to. To access your session you will first need to login to the Speaker Resource Centre (details to be emailed shortly), go to the My Sessions tab and click on 'Virtual Session Link: Join Virtual Session'. You will have the opportunity to give an "elevator pitch" about your work using the Zoom platform. Your poster will be displayed by the Session Chair. To take advantage of this opportunity, please ensure you have a microphone and camera enabled. You will have a strict maximum of two minutes to speak about your work - please practice prior to the Conference and get feedback on your pitch from a colleague.
All posters will also be available to view and download in the Virtual Attendee Hub for the duration of the conference. This will be run through the Conference exhibition. A 45 minute poster walk has been designated in the program, after your poster presentation. At this time you are asked to visit the exhibition and click on your poster. This will allow you to access a Zoom room where delegates can come and meet with you. You will need a microphone and camera enabled for this.
You will have 60 minutes for your workshop, hosted on the Zoom platform. To access your session you will first need to login to the Speaker Resource Centre, go to the My Sessions tab and click on 'Virtual Session Link: Join Virtual Session'.
Plenary speakers (Keynote Speakers, Prize Winners, Dangerous Ideas)
You will present your work during a plenary session at the Conference, hosted on the Zoom platform. You will need a microphone and camera.
The session will run for one hour and have multiple presenters. The session will run as follows: