GUIDELINES FOR ORAL PRESENTATION
Please find some general tips for your oral lecture preparation and presentation.
- Each lecture hall is equipped with an overhead projector
- In each lecture hall there will be a beamer and a PC available. Each PC can read CD and a Memory Stick. The PC is equipped with PowerPoint 2000 and Adobe Acrobat reader 7.0. Therefore the presentation must be either given using one of these programs.
- You may send us your files in advance to the address email@example.com . The file must arrive until September 7. In this case it will be loaded to the PC.
- It is also possible for you to give a presentation with your own PC. A standard video projector with XGA inputs (1024*768) will be available. If you use your own PC then please make sure that it is compatible with the beamer BEFORE your session. Otherwise you will be in danger to waste the time for your talk.
- If you have any other or special requirements for your presentation, please do not hesitate to contact us.
- The presentation halls and other rooms are covered by WiFi (Wireless Internet access area). During the presentations, the lecture halls are not switched to WiFi.
- All presentations at ADBIS conferences are to be made in English.
- We reserve 2 minutes for switching speakers and about 5 minutes or more for discussion with the audience. Make sure that your presentation will not exceed 25 minutes. Otherwise the Session Chair will have to interrupt you.
- Try to meet your Session Chair briefly before your session starts.
- Prepare the slides using large fonts and diagrams, readable from the back of an auditorium. Experience has shown that even a practiced speaker takes 1.5 to 2 minutes to explain each slide. Therefore you should aim to condense your presentation to 10 slides or less or you will have no chance of finishing on time.
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