Cogsci Virtual

Virtual Presentation Guidelines:

 

How to video your presentation:

Whether you present virtually all the time or not, these instructions and guidelines are designed to make the recording of your talk a simple step by step process – regardless of technical ability.  

CogSci2020 Presentation Recording Instructions

CogSci2020 Best Practices & Tips for Recording your Video

 

Virtual Poster Presentation Requirements:

As a poster presenter at CogSci 2020, you will be required to upload the following information by Monday, July 20, 2020

  • 5-minute video (see instructions above) summarising the following:
  1. study’s objective
  2. methods used
  3. results obtained
  4. conclusions

Please note: this video will be ‘on demand’ from your virtual poster stand, in order that attendees can visit your work, even when you are not available

  • PDF of your Poster
  • Email address for poster contact
  • Handouts/supplementary documents in support of your poster (optional)
  • Photo of presenting author (optional)

 

Virtual Oral Presentation Requirements:

All speaker presentations will be scheduled into the program as simulated live talks. This means that attendees will watch each pre-recorded talk as if being broadcast live — without the stress of live streaming and the potential technical issues that arise from this.

Following from each pre-recorded talk, the presenter will be asked (where possible) to attend a virtual live Q&A to answer any questions or add to any discussions taking place around a presentation.

As an oral presenter at CogSci 2020, you will be required to upload the following information by Monday, July 20, 2020

  • 15-minute pre-recorded video presentation (with or without PowerPoint slides or equivalent)

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