Information for Presenters
Timing information may be updated once the final program is set.
- Each presentation will be 20 minutes, including time for questions.
- Presentations will be conference style, meaning that they are not posters or informal discussions. You should be prepared with a computer-based presentation or slides. There will be a computer connected to the projection system, so having a copy on a flash drive is recommended.
- Presentations should be rehearsed and well-prepared.
- Be sure that you know how long your talk will last. In order to fit all speakers in, we need to adhere to the schedule.
- Let us know (via email) if there are any presentation materials you need beyond a document camera or a computer from which to run your presentation. This includes any software beyond PowerPoint.
- The session moderator is there to help keep you on track. They will let you know as time for your talk is expiring and signal when you need to stop.
Your faculty mentor should be a good source of advice for your talk. In addition, here are some links to advice on preparing a conference talk.