What is an Oral Presentation?
Oral presentations are forms of effective verbal communication that may be accompanied by slides. It is critical that you do not read your slides as your presentation; slides help you make a point, but do not replace your verbal communication. Presenters should not write out their presentations on slides or itemize all their points on a slide—this detracts from the engagement with the audience. If your head is always turned to your slides or looking down at your laptop, you will not deliver a powerful presentation.
Please follow the guidelines below to make your presentation effective. The tips below will help you to keep the audience interested throughout your presentation.
What is a poster presentation?
As a poster presenter you can deliver your presentation effectively to an audience in the form of a poster. There is no formal oral presentation in a poster session, instead each author is assigned a display area on which diagrams, graphics, data, pictures/photos, and a small amount of text are presented.
The poster should be self-explanatory, but the author should be available at certain times, such as refreshment breaks and during the time devoted to poster session, to interact with viewers and answer questions.
Poster presenters could also derive a lot of benefits from registering for the conference.
How you should make the content of a poster? A good poster should answer following questions.
Dimensions for the posters are 2*3 feet (Width 2feet and Height 3feet). Please ensure that your poster does not exceed this size.
Please ensure that you handover the poster to the organizing committee at the registration table.
A time slot will be allocated for the poster viewing in the conference program and please ensure that you stand by your poster(s) for discussions and questions during that session.
Poster presenters are able to explain their material, answer questions, exchange contact information, and fully discuss the subject matter, as visitors examine the displays during the time allocated for poster presentation.
If you are unable to attend the conference in person mainly due to financial or any other reasons, but still wish to have your paper presented and published, we offer virtual presentations for your convenience. There are two types of virtual presentations available.
Live Video Presentation via ZOOM
If you are unable to attend the conference in person but still wish to have your paper presented and published, we offer Live Video presentations for you which will give you a live experience as conference participant.
The International Institute of Knowledge Management (TIIKM) is delighted to introduce the new Web Conference facility to Conference Participants. This live video presentation opportunity is developed by web client called ZOOM.
What is Zoom?
Zoom is a platform designed to offer complete Unified Communications maintaining High-Quality Standards. Web Conferencing platform enables Video and Voice Communications to take place through the Internet Browser with Peer Participants and relevant Session Chairs, which allows to seamlessly join meetings with zoom software or zoom application in web browser.
You are required to submit a proposal/Abstract which will undergo a double-blind peer reviewing process for the Abstract Acceptance. Upon the confirmation to the Conference, a test run will be conducted by the organizing committee in close proximity to the Conference. The participant will be given guidelines on how to connect during the Conference and present.
Once you have registered and paid for the conference, you will receive an opportunity to have a trial live presentation with the organizing committee to test the application at the mock run which will be taken prior to the conference. This will give you the technical knowledge to do the presentation smoothly.
To be a virtual presenter under the pre-recorded video presentation category, you need to send us your PowerPoint presentation (with video and/or audio embedded to the presentation). ‘This Option is for the Participants who would like to Record the Presentation and play it than Presenting Live at the Conference. The Presenter should record the 12/15 Minutes Video Presentation and send it to us (The Video should be 12/15 minutes or lesser and the conference secretary will inform the exact time). The Organizing Committee will play the Video in your Presentation Slot. The Presenter should be present during your presentation slot, especially for the Q&A Session (03/05 Minutes Q&A). The presenter has to inform the organizing committee if he/she will not be able to attend the Q&A session.
Please note that the same publication opportunities that are available regular presenters will also be available to you. You are still required to submit a proposal/abstract, and one author must pay the registration fee.