Thank you for presenting at the 2021 Australian Earth Sciences Convention!
We want to ensure your presentation runs smoothly, and have put together guidelines and resources to assist with your preparation and participation.
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Symposia Presentation @ AESC 2021
The two symposia sessions that will be run during the convention are “The Ian McDougall Symposium”, and “Regolith in Australia: A global and multidisciplinary view”.
The Ian McDougall Symposium
This symposia session will consist of pre-recorded keynote and pre-recorded oral presentations. Keynote presentations will be 20 minutes. Oral presentations will be 10 minutes plus a 1 minute pre-recorded summary. At the end of each session there will be a live Q&A forum between all presenters.
Questions will be submitted via the text Q&A function in the portal and led by the session chair.
Regolith in Australia: A global and multidisciplinary view
This symposia session will be presented live online. Keynote presenters will present for 25 minutes, with oral presenters doing 5 minute presentations. At the end of each session there will be a discussion between presenters.
Questions will be submitted via the text Q & A function in the portal and live discussion led by the session chair.
Please see below quick reference guide re accessing and presenting in the Presenter platform. Please download and save this prior to your presentation session.
Please ensure the following for live presentations and participating in the live Q&A:
Please make sure you log into the platform using CHROME – firefox, edge, explorer etc DO NOT work so please do not use them. If you do not have Chrome installed please install it prior to the scheduled rehearsal.
Please log in 30mins before your presentation starts so we can test your system ahead of time.
If possible please use a wired internet cable not wireless.
As a backup, please send through any PowerPoint slides ahead of the presentation.
If you have the ability to use two screens this will mean you can have multiple functions available to view easily. For example, if sharing slides live, you will be able to view the text Q&A and communicate via chat with the other presenters if required. This is not essential if not possible.
SYMPOSIA PRESENTATION UPLOAD
.MP4 or .PPS FILE
DUE MONDAY 14 DECEMBER 2020
UPLOAD YOUR PRESENTATION
Upload presentation no later than 14 DECEMBER.
FAQ'S, TECH INFORMATION,
TIPS & TRICKS
REGISTER BY 4 DECEMBER
Confirm your participation by registering for the convention by 4 December. Your registration link is provided in your acceptance email.
PRACTICE & CREATE YOUR PRESENTATION
Practice your presentation and timing, as the presentation must not exceed your allocated time.
If pre-recording your presentation, we recommend trying to include your face as much as possible for that ‘human’ element. Click Here for instructions on how to create your video and hints and tips on how to make your presentation engaging.
SUBMIT YOUR PRESENTATION
Submit your video or PowerPoint slides by Monday 14 December via the Symposia Presentation Upload Box above. Files should be named using the following as a guide (AESC_McdougallSymposia__Lastname_Firstname) OR (AESC_RegolithSymposia__Lastname_Firstname) and adding a keyword if submitting more than one presentation. Conference Design will be in contact only to advise if edits are required.
PRESENTATION & LIVE Q&A
Join the session on your scheduled day and time to present and answer questions live from the audience.
All live and pre-recorded presentations will be available to delegates after the event unless you advise otherwise. Any additional files authors choose to share will also be available to view during and after their presentation.
Access to the virtual platform is restricted to convention participants only and cannot be found by search engines.
During the registration process, delegates must acknowledge and agree to the virtual convention Terms & Conditions, which include strict rules around unauthorised photography and recording of convention material. While these measures can be taken, we cannot enforce this rule in an online environment. The assumption should be made that participants may indeed take unauthorised photographs, screenshots, audio, or video recordings, therefore you may wish to adjust the content of your presentation accordingly.