ORAL PRESENTATION

DURATION

12 min talk &
3 min questions

Ensure your recording is no longer than 12 minutes. We will play your recording during the Session and you will then be added to the panel to answer questions live. Please ensure that your microphone and video are turned off during the replay, but turn them on at the end of your presentation.

RECORDING

MP4 file type

Please check your quality of sound is good before submission. Recording tips are given below. 

The Moderator will introduce you and the administrator will then ‘play’ your presentation during your allocated session slot. The Moderator will be reading out or calling up questions from the audience for you. Please answer as concisely as possible, so we can get as many questions as possible into the allotted time slot.

POSTER PRESENTATION

DURATION

3 min talk &

2 min questions

Ensure your recording is no longer than 3 minutes. We will play your recording during the Session and you will then be added to the panel to answer questions live. Please ensure that your microphone and video are turned off during the replay, but turn them on at the end of your presentation.

RECORDING

MP4 file type

The Moderator will introduce you and the administrator will then ‘play’ your presentation during your allocated session slot.  


The Moderator will be reading out or calling up questions from the audience for you. Please answer as concisely as possible, so we can get as many questions as possible into the allotted time slot. 

SUBMISSION

Add your abstract number and full name as the first part of the file name with the speaker's full name to follow (e.g. 4 AmyBurk).

Your PDF and MP4 files should be sent to naeaa.info@gmail.com.  

You can either

  • E-mail the file if it is less than 20MB

  • Use We-transfer (https://wetransfer.com), or

  • Share using Google Drive.

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RECORDING

How to record your presentation

You can use any tools you want, as long as the final product is a mp4 file. Here are a few links to "How to" resources. The above video includes using PowerPoint as a recording tool.