Presenter Guidelines


Types of Presentations

Short Presentations

Duration 15min + questions
Proposal format An abstract of the presentation
Submission format PDF, ODF or PowerPoint file submission required in advance


See submission deadline and information below.

Pecha Kucha

Duration 6min 40sec as 20 slides for 20sec each
Proposal format An abstract of the presentation
Final format PowerPoint file with timing set to automatically progress at 20 seconds


Use this template with automatic transitions already set.

More information on Pecha Kucha

See submission deadline and information below.

Posters

Proposal format Abstract describing the poster content and approach taken. Optional link to draft version.
Final format PDF file formatted as a one-sided colour A1 poster, submitted in advance, plus a printed version brought to the conference.

By submitting, the authors agree that they, or their employer, retain copyright, but that the poster should be licensed so that others can re-use it freely, non-commercially (for example with creative commons). Please note that the organisers will need full distribution rights to distribute your poster electronically as part of the MoodleMoot.

Poster presenters will bring a printed version of the poster. They will be given space to hang their poster and will be asked to be at their poster to answer questions, at least for the first break.

See submission deadline and information below.


Presenter Registration

Deadline: Monday 29th Feb, 2016

It is necessary that you register for the conference in order to present. If you have any difficulty registering, contact [email protected].

So that we can finalise and publish the programme before registration ends, presenters not registered by the deadline will be removed from the program.


Upload your Slides/Poster

Deadline: Monday 29th Feb, 2016

We require that you to upload your presentation slides/poster in advance. Some presentations will be recorded and having the slides will allow us to integrate them into recordings.

You will not be able to use your own laptop or tablet to present. Laptops at the venue will be set up with the projector and will have all presentation slides pre-loaded. It will also help you prepare your presentation in advance, so you're not rushing things at the last minute.

In relation to slide content, we encourage you to follow these guidelines.

  • You are the focus of the presentation. Slides should be used for illustrative and reinforcement purposes.
    • Use appropriate diagrams and images, use points only when necessary and avoid long text altogether.
    • Where text is used, stick to a common serif font like Arial with fonts no smaller than 24pt.
    • Use good quality images with clear colour contrast.
    • Animations should only be used to illustrate a point or build a diagram.
    • Blank slides should be used when there is no pertinent information to show, while the audience is listening to you.
  • In regular presentations, as a rule-of-thumb, use one slide for every two minutes of your allotted presentation time (excluding tile slides, etc).
  • Live demonstrations are not permitted as part of presentations. If you must include a short demonstration include a screen recording as a video in the slides or have equivalent content in your presentation as screen-captures or diagrams.

Add your slides/poster to the database where you made your initial proposal submission. If you are unable to upload your file, please contact [email protected].




Preparing to Present

Promote your presence at #MootIEUK16

Let your colleagues, associates, friends, relatives and strangers know you're presenting.

  • If you use Twitter, please use the hashtag #MootIEUK16.
  • Add your Twitter handle to your presentation.
  • Add your biography.

Rehearse your presentation

It is recommended that you prepare for your presentation by rehearsing it.

  • Try presenting to your family, friends or in front of a mirror.
  • Time your rehearsal to see if it will fit in your allotted presentation time.

Show up in the break before your presentation

It is important that you arrive at the room for your presentation in the break before the session that you will present in.

  • Introduce yourself to the person chairing the session. They may ask for information that can be used to introduce you.
  • Test your presentation on the presentation machine.
  • If your session is being video recorded please make sure you allow time for a quick mic-check and setup.
  • Bring a copy of your presentation on a memory stick, just in case.



    Got any questions?

    We want to support you. If you have any questions, please contact [email protected].

    Last modified: Tuesday, 1 March 2016, 5:24 AM