Presenter Information

Presenter Registration

Attendees whose abstracts have been accepted for oral presentations, posters, workshops, symposia, work in progress, creative arts, innovative technology and roundtable discussions, are expected to pay the full registration price to attend.

Presenter Guidance

Networking Sessions

Programmed networking sessions will be 60 minutes.

Programmed networking sessions are designed to bring together individuals with similar interests and needs for sharing ideas and/or resources or to initiate or continue collaborative work.  Networking sessions provide opportunities for open discussion and creativity in a more informal and less structured setting.

Using online Zoom conferencing technology, session presenters will be able to engage session attendees through screen sharing PowerPoint slides, videos and other materials. Interactive features such as breakout rooms, polling and chat functions will also be available, with full technical support throughout your session.

Networking presenters are invited to attend a short training session to familiarise yourself with the online platform and Zoom technology.  The training will take place on Wednesday 24 March from 14:00 – 15:00 (GMT+1).  A calendar invitation will be sent out to all lead presenters in the near future.

Oral Presentations

Oral presentations will be a maximum of 6 minutes, plus a short Q&A.

There will be multiple oral presentations in each session. Presentations have been grouped together based on a common theme. The total session will last 60 minutes, with time for group discussion after the formal presentations have been streamed.

Oral presenters must upload their pre-recorded presentation by Monday 15 March to Dropbox  (please upload your presentation to the folder labelled ‘Oral & WIP Session presentations’).

Please prepare your presentation in line with the following criteria:

  • Slides in 16:9 format (1920 x 1080)
  • Recording in .mp4 format (.mkv and .mov are also acceptable)
  • No longer than 6 minutes
  • Presentation accompanied by video narration.  The presentation should feature both your slides and a video of yourself speaking.  We recommend using Microsoft PowerPoint to achieve this.  Please click here for detailed instructions.  Alternatively, you can pre-record your presentation using a free Zoom account if you prefer.

Once completed, please save your recording with the following file name: Presentation Code Surname (Abstract ID)

Presentations will be checked for sound and picture quality but we will not edit your submission.  If there is unnecessary footage at the beginning/end, the quality does not meet our requirements, or the time limit is exceeded, you may be asked to re-record.

Pre-recording your presentation will reduce internet connection disruptions during the conference. Please note that all oral presenters are still required to attend the live session to respond to questions and take part in the live discussion.

Poster Presentations

Poster sessions are designed for focussed interaction between presenters and participants.  All posters will be presented as viewable PDF or PNG files via the online platform.  We strongly encourage all presenters to also provide a 1-2 minute audio pitch to accompany their poster to enhance the viewers understanding.  Posters can be viewed at any time, and the online platform will enable written questions to be submitted.  Designated time for poster interactions has been allocated within the conference programme on Thursday 15th April.  We ask that poster authors are online during these poster sessions (time zones permitting) to make the most of the opportunity to interact with attendees.

Posters must be submitted by Monday 15 March to Dropbox (please upload to the folder called ‘Poster presentation for ICCH 2020 Part 2)

Please prepare your poster in line with the following criteria:

Poster

  • PDF or PNG file
  • We strongly recommend creating your poster in landscape
  • Size – poster text must be clearly legible onscreen when converted to PDF/PNG

Oral pitch

  • Audio recording in .mp3 format
  • Must not exceed 2 minutes
  • You can record your oral pitch using any software that you choose.  For ease, we suggest using voice recording functionality on a mobile phone.

Upon receipt of your poster and audio pitch files we will convert these into a video on your behalf.  If you have the software and ability to combine the PDF/PNG and audio and submit your poster as a .mpv video file we do encourage you to do this.

Once completed, please save your recording with the following file name: Poster ID Surname (Abstract ID)

Please note, presentations will be checked for sound and picture quality but we will not edit your submission.  If there is unnecessary audio at the beginning/end, the quality does not meet our requirements, or the time limit is exceeded, you may be asked to re-submit your poster and/or oral pitch.

Roundtable Discussions

The total session time will be 60-minutes.

Roundtable Discussions are gatherings of individuals with similar interests and needs for sharing ideas and/or resources or to initiate or continue collaborative work.  Roundtable Discussions provide opportunities for open discussion and creativity in a more informal and less structured setting.

Using online Zoom conferencing technology, session presenters will be able to engage session attendees through screen sharing PowerPoint slides, videos and other materials. Interactive features such as breakout rooms, polling and chat functions will also be available, with full technical support throughout your session.

Roundtable presenters are invited to attend a short training session to familiarise yourself with the online platform and Zoom technology.  The training will take place on Wednesday 24 March from 14:00 – 15:00 (GMT+1).  A calendar invitation will be sent out to all lead presenters in the near future.

Symposia

The total session time will be 90 minutes.

Symposia are designed to capture a coherent set of 3-5 individual presentations that centre on one theme.  An important asset of a symposium is that it places individual experiences or research results in a broader context and allows time for interaction between the presenters and discussion amongst the group.

Symposia presenters must upload their pre-recorded presentation by Monday 15th March to Dropbox (please upload your presentation to the folder labelled ‘Symposia presentations’)

Please prepare your presentations in line with the following criteria:

  • Slides in 16:9 format (1920 x 1080)
  • Recording in .mp4 format (.mkv and .mov are also acceptable)
  • Presentation accompanied by video narration.  The presentation should feature both your slides and a video of yourself speaking.  We recommend using Microsoft PowerPoint to achieve this.  Please click here for detailed instructions.  Alternatively, you can pre-record your presentation using a free Zoom account if you prefer.

Once completed, please save your recording with the following file name: Presentation Code Surname (Abstract ID)

Presentations will be checked for sound and picture quality but we will not edit your submission.  If there is unnecessary footage at the beginning/end or the quality does not meet our requirements you may be asked to re-record.

Pre-recording your presentations will reduce internet connection disruptions during the conference.  Please note that all symposia presenters are still required to attend the live session to respond to questions and take part in the live discussion.

There will be a training session to familiarise all speakers with the online platform and what to expect during your live session on Thursday 25 March from 14:30 – 16:00 (GMT+1).  A calendar invitation will be sent out to all lead presenters in the near future.

Workshops

The total session time will be 90 minutes.

Using online Zoom conferencing technology, session presenters will be able to engage session attendees through screen sharing PowerPoint slides, videos and other materials. Interactive features such as breakout rooms, polling and chat functions will also be available, with full technical support throughout your session. 

Workshops should follow the plan outlined during the submissions process.  Workshops must be interactive, experiential, educational sessions.  The amount of didactic presentation should be considerably limited.  Workshop participants should be expected to actively contribute and be given the opportunity to practice ideas and skills.  Through conference workshops we are keen to promote experiential learning through application, practice, feedback and peer interaction.

Workshops may focus on research methods, teaching strategies, or other skill building.  Workshops should enable participants to apply the skills acquired in the workshop in their own institutional contexts.

Workshop presenters are invited to attend a short training session to familiarise yourself with the online platform and Zoom technology.  The training will take place on Wednesday 24 March from 14:00 – 15:00 (GMT+1).  A calendar invitation will be sent out to all lead presenters in the near future.

Works in Progress

Works in progress sessions are designed to enable early career participants including students, trainees, and junior faculty to submit oral presentations to the conference.  The session will enable these participants to present work on ongoing research projects which may not have results available.  The format will enable those presenting their work to obtain feedback from the audience on their work so far.

The format will be a 7-minute presentation followed by 8 minutes discussion.  Presenters will be limited to 7 PowerPoint slides.  There will be four presentations in each session that have been grouped together based on a common theme.

Each presenter will identify what feedback he/she would like from the audience at the start of the presentation and this will guide brief discussion at the end of the presentation.  The presenters will also obtain confidential feedback from the session chair at the end of the session on his/her presentation skills.

Works in Progress presenters must upload their pre-recorded presentation by Monday 15th March to Dropbox   (please upload your presentation to the folder labelled ‘Oral & WIP Session presentations’).

Please prepare your presentation in line with the following criteria:

  • Slides in 16:9 format (1920 x 1080)
  • Recording in .mp4 format (.mkv and .mov are also acceptable)
  • No longer than 7 minutes
  • Presentation accompanied by video narration.  The presentation should feature both your slides and a video of yourself speaking.  We recommend using Microsoft PowerPoint to achieve this.  Please click here for detailed instructions.  Alternatively, you can pre-record your presentation using a free Zoom account if you prefer.

Once completed, please save your recording with the following file name: Presentation Code Surname (Abstract ID)

Presentations will be checked for sound and picture quality but we will not edit your submission.  If there is unnecessary footage at the beginning/end, the quality does not meet our requirements, or the time limit is exceeded, you may be asked to re-record.

Pre-recording your presentation will reduce internet connection disruptions during the conference.  Please note that all Work in Progress presenters are still required to attend the live session to respond to questions and take part in the live discussion.

There will be a training session to familiarise all speakers with the online platform and what to expect during your live session on Thursday 25 March from 14:30 – 16:00 (GMT+1).  A calendar invitation will be sent out to all lead presenters in the near future.