Information for Symposium & HomeoNet presentersORAL PRESENTATIONS:
- Each presentation is scheduled in a 20 minute time block.
- Presenters has 15 minutes to present their research and 5 minutes allotted for questions from the audience at the end of the presentation (time permitting).
- There will be a timer at your presentation who will give you a 5 and 1 minute warning.
- Session rooms will indicated in the Symposium (pick up when you register).
*Please note: to prevent delays and ensure the program remains on schedule, presentations will be cut short if not completed within the allotted time.Power point presentations for all oral presenters must be emailed to Ania Kania by FRIDAY OCTOBER 26th, 2012
Creating your oral presentation:
- We strongly encourage presenters to prepare a power point presentation, which includes a title page and acknowledges funders and any contributors (if applicable).
- Additional information on how to create a power point presentation is available here:
- Each poster will be set up in the poster viewing area, which you will be directed to when you arrive at the Symposium.
- The dimensions of posters: maximum 4 feet wide x 3 feet in height.
- Thumb tacks and tape to put up your poster will be provided.
- A map of the poster boards and allocated space for each poster will be provided at the Symposium.
Set up times:For HomeoNet poster presenters (Nov 2nd, 2012):
For Symposium poster presenters (Nov 3 & 4, 2012) :
- You can put up your poster between 12pm and 1pm on Fri. Nov 2nd, 2012
- Please ensure that your poster is removed by 7:30am on Sat. Nov 3rd.
- You can put up your posters between 7:30am and 9am on Nov 3rd, 2012
- Please ensure that your poster is removed by 3pm on Sun Nov 4th.
Please note: any posters not removed by the date and time indicated will be confiscated.Creating your poster presentation:
- If you are using power point to design your poster, please ensure that you selected the correct slide dimensions.
- In addition, we suggest you allow for 3 days to complete a poster print order. The printer may request the file in a .ppt or .pdf format.
- We suggest the following links for information on how to create a poster presentation: