Information for Presenters


Thank you for your contribution to the Annual Research Conference, we can't wait to see you in Adelaide!


Oral Presentations

Presenters, Chairs and Assistant Chairs are required to report to the room where their session is being held 10 minutes prior to the session starting time to ensure that you and your co-presenters are ready for the session. This allows you all to meet and gives time to run through the session outline, upload slides, check pronunciation of names etc.

PowerPoint presentations will need to be uploaded to the computer in the room on the day, by the presenter, before the session commences.

At the start of the session the Chair/Facilitators should introduce themselves, the topic of the session and the general format of the session. All presenters are to be introduced by the Chair/Facilitators as per the program.

Chairs/Facilitators are responsible for ensuring the session runs on time. Please refer to the program to check the session time.

Presenters have been allocated 15 minutes—this includes 10 minutes for the presentation and 5 minutes for question time.

Please do not go over time—this allows all concurrent sessions to run in parallel and enables delegates to move between sessions without disturbing presenters.

Questions from the audience may be taken at the end of each presentation. There may be further opportunity for more general questions at the end of the session. Please keep strictly to time. The Chair is responsible for identifying the next person to ask a question. It may be advisable to have several pre-prepared questions to start (or keep) the discussion going.


Poster Presentations

*Reminder that all poster presenters need to print their own poster and bring it to the Conference.

Each poster is limited in size to PORTRAIT orientation, size 90cm x 120cm. Nothing larger can be accommodated.

Poster boards will be Velcro compatible so please bring Velcro and we will also have some available at the venue.

Posters will be presented in standalone sessions. The sessions will provide a great opportunity to speak with other delegates about your work and prior to the Conference you will be allocated a session to stand by your poster.

Presenters will be allocated a poster session on either the Friday or Saturday. The conference committee will email you with more details.

You are encouraged to bring printed A4 copies of your poster to distribute to delegates during the session.


Dangerous Ideas

The Dangerous Ideas session will run as a plenary during the conference. The coordinators for the Dangerous Ideas plenary are Dr Lauralie Richard and Dr Liz Sturgiss. They will be in contact with you to organise further details.

PowerPoint presentations will need to be uploaded to the computer in the room on the day, by the presenter, before the session commences.

You will have up to 10 minutes to present your ideas and then there will be a facilitated question and answer session with the audience.


Workshops

You will have 90 minutes to present your workshop, providing opportunities for learning and practising new skills.

PowerPoint presentations will need to be uploaded to the computer in the room on the day, by the presenter, before the session commences.

Please note that participants will not have the opportunity to do pre-conference work in preparation.

 

 

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