AIESEP International Conference June 19-22, 2019

 

Roundtable Presentations


Roundtable presentations will take place in a setup similar to an electronic poster presentation, except that 4-6 people will be able to sit at a table with you and a digital monitor that can connect to your laptop or your smartphone.

The main difference between a roundtable and a regular poster session is that you will be presenting a short PowerPoint presentation, and your emphasis is on group discussion. This means people can walk around freely in the Roundtable room to any of the 6 different presentations, moving from one presenter to another, and you will be able to interact with them as you please.

Prepare a short presentation (3-5 slides) that highlights your research or project in a few minutes. Remember that the main goal is to interact with other scholars, not convey as much information as you can.

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.

Use a limited amount of text, in a large font so that people can read it from a few meters away.  Use large figures and tables. The digital presentation format makes it possible to use video in your presentation.  However, if you choose to do so, make sure to embed the video in your PowerPoint presentation, do not use separate files. Also, remember to keep your presentation brief, you only have a few minutes in total. Use your time to interact with your audience.

Please come 30 minutes before your scheduled session begins to set up your presentation. A tech support person will be available to help you set up. This will include:  

  • Downloading the airmedia app to your laptop or your smartphone
  • Key in the IP address and the presentation code
  • Test your presentation
  • You will not be able to use a USB for the presentation. Bring your laptop or smartphone to the session.

We strongly advise you to bring printed handouts of your presentation for people to take with them, or for them to check out your presentation while you may be talking to others.

 
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