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AIESEP International Conference June 19-22, 2019

Oral Presentations

Oral presentations will take place in 9 parallel sessions during the conference. Three oral presentations are assigned to each session. The session will be 65 minutes long and each oral presentation is allotted 20-21 minutes. You should plan to speak for no more than 18 minutes and leave time for questions.

Each room will be equipped with a computer video projector and a computer. We recommend that you visit your speaker ready room before your presentation to verify your presentation for compatibility and proper operation. We also suggest that the presenting author bring his/her own laptop and a USB thumb drive with the presentation materials as back up.

Prepare a powerpoint presentation of 12-15 slides so you could show no more than 1 slide per minute of speaking time and have some time for questions. Use best practices in designing your presentation:

  • Keep it simple. The less clutter you have on your slide, the more powerful your visual message will become
  • Limit bullet points and text, in a large font so that people can read it from a few meters away. It is better to prepare a written handout that highlights your content than filling your slides with a great deal of text.
  • Use high quality graphics and limit use of transitions and animations.
  • Choose the same font set throughout and use no more than two complementary font. Sans-serif fonts (Arial or Helvetica) are generally best for powerpoints.
  • Use appropriate chart and tables and use.

For research presentations, make sure you include:

  • Title, authors and affiliation.
  • Background and purpose: description of the problem, study objectives, research question(s) and/or hypotheses,
  • Methods: study design, participants, data collection, measures and analyses,
  • Results: main results where possible in figures and tables,
  • Conclusions and implications: description of the main outcome(s) of the study and implications for practice, policy, or further research.
  • Include some discussion points for your audience

For non-research presentations, make sure you include:

  • Title, authors and affiliation.
  • Background and purpose of the presentation,
  • Key points you wish to share,
  • Conclusions from and implications of your presentation for practice, policy, or research,
  • Include some discussion points for your audience.
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