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A. AUDIO/VISUAL & EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE
All oral session meeting rooms are equipped with the following audiovisual equipment:
- LCD projector
- Computer (Windows-based PC)
B. Acceptable Formats
MS Windows: Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 or earlier, Acrobat PDF
Macintosh: Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 or earlier, Acrobat PDF
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 2007 for Windows.
C. Create a Backup Copy of Your Presentation
Upload your file to the computer that place in the presentation room, right before the parallel session start. We recommend you bring at least two copies of your presentation to the meeting in case there is a problem with the one.
D. Presentation Suggestions
- Considerate other speakers and the audience by staying within your allotted time. Chairman will hold you to the allotted time. This is essential to ensure adequate time for questions and discussion as well as adherence to schedule.
- Each speaker has 10 minutes of presentation time for Q & A
- The powerpoint slides may include Introduction, Objectives, Methodology, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, Suggestions, Acknowledgement
- Please discuss the material as reported in the paper.
- Give an opening statement to acquaint the audience with the nature and purpose of the study. Speak slowly and clearly. Word choice should be simple: use active words and short sentences. An introductory and a concluding graphic can greatly improve the focus of your talk.
- As a general rule, use one graphic for every 1 or 2 minutes of presentation time.
- Presentations are most readable on a bright background (white, for example) and dark lettering (black or blue, for example). Avoid using small fonts that will be illegible from the back of the room, and break up a complex slide into a series of slides.
- Devote each graphic to a single fact, idea, or finding. Illustrate major points or trends, not detailed data.
- Avoid long or complicated formulas or equations. Each graphic should remain on the screen for at least 20 seconds.
- Use the minimum number of words possible in titles, subtitles, and captions.
- Standard abbreviations are acceptable.
- Details on oral presentation schedule already published on our website