As we approach the conference, most authors will have completed everything but their presentations, and in some cases, they will have recorded a video in lieu of presenting live (although all authors should be available for questions).
This page lists a number of resources for you which may be helpful in your final preparation for the 2022 conference.
If you haven’t yet uploaded your work (for podiums this means either a video + screenshot, or else a pptx + screenshot), please go here for instructions. Some authors are choosing to record video for their talks so that they can have a bit more control over their presentation. Then we play the video via Zoom, and afterwards they answer questions. Others prefer to present live for the whole thing. But if you’re presenting live, we insist that you attend one of our Zoom trainings so that you can see how things will be run. In this case, we ask that you upload your pptx file as a backup in case things go badly for some unforeseen reason.
If, on the other hand, you are a poster author, you need to upload a video, a PDF of your presentation, and a screenshot.
For additional information on file size limitations see here.
Why Zoom Training? In short, even if you’ve had some experience with Zoom running classes and the like, it’s nice to hear what we’re doing. Also, if you’re feeling a bit nervous, you can use these trainings as trial runs. You can also come if you’re curious about poster sessions.
Ultimately there are some best practices we will go over. These can go a long way in ensuring that you have a smooth and “event-free” experience when you present.