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  • Intent to Present deadline
  • June 28, 2019
  • Abstract Submission deadline
  • July 16, 2019
  • Registration deadline
  • July 22, 2019
  • Symposium
  • August 1, 2019

Oral Presentations

Business Professional Dress Recommended

Oral Presentations:

  • The final oral presentation schedule will be available on the website by Thursday, July 25.
  • Scheduling will occur in 15-minute increments, grouped with presentations from the same research topic. This will allow for a 12-minute presentation and 3 minutes for questions; please time your slides with this in mind. A Room Moderator will inform you when your 15-minute presentation time has ended.
  • Presentation computers will be supplied by ITS and an ITS staff member will be available to load presentations – PowerPoint, PDF, Prezi, Flash. A presentation remote with laser pointer will be available.
  • Presenters, you are required to bring your presentation on a USB drive to your assigned room on the day of the Symposium - August 1, 2019. Presenters cannot use personal devices (laptop, tablet, etc.) to connect to the projector.
    • For presentations scheduled prior to 1:00 PM, please go to your specific presentation room between 8:00 and 8:30 AM and load your presentation.
    • For presentations scheduled after 1:00 PM, please go to your specific presentation room between 1:30 and 1:45 PM and load your presentation.
  • You must verify that your presentation works during this loading time to prevent delays during scheduled presentations. You are assigned a specific 15-minute presentation time, so any delay will reduce the time you can present. For PowerPoint presentations with videos, PLEASE make sure you save the video file with the PowerPoint file. This will ensure that PowerPoint can locate the video file. PLEASE check carefully that this works on the presentation laptop.

In summary - have your presentation ready before 8 AM August 1; pick-up your nametag at the Registration table on the 2nd level of Louise Slaughter Hall (Bldg. 78); load your presentation (during the AM or PM loading session, based on your presentation time); verify it runs properly during the loading session; and remain in the room for the entire session in which you are presenting. A moderator and an ITS staff member will be in your presentation room to assist you.

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