Presenter Information

Information to Presenters’ page

This is for those who have a free paper and poster

Some this information can be provided by the AV department at the Bournemouth Venue –

Free Paper Presenters

•  Please note - Presentation from personal laptop/macbook is not permitted
• Please ensure slides are produced in either Keynote or PowerPoint no other format will be supported.

•  Please ensure slides are sized to 16:9 ratio and no other size.

•  If you can - be brief (as a guide no more than 6 bullets/points per slide) – if you need to include more detail create a hand out. Presentation slides should be thought of as aids to what you are saying on stage. Try not to replicate word for word – expand on the points in your spoken presentation. This will engage your audience more.

•  Use appropriate fonts: think big (min. 24pts) and think clear (sans-serif or Arial). If possible, test your slides in advance: run the slide show in ‘presenter mode’ – stand approx. 8ft from your screen and see if you can read the slides. If you can’t you will need to consider the design of your slides.

•  Use appropriate colours: not too bright, high contrast, consistent. Remember that what looks good on your monitor does not necessarily look good on the big screen.

•  Create contrast using font size and colours.

•  Please ensure that all video is either native WMV for PowerPoint embedded files or .mov for Keynote embedded files. 
•  Presentation slides can be sent in advance by email to the event organiser or uploaded at least 30 minutes before the start of your session at the event venue.

Poster Presenters

 

•  Please ensure slides are produced in PowerPoint - no other format will be supported.

•  Please ensure slides are sized to 16:9 ratio and no other size.

•  Please ensure that your poster slide deck contains no more than 5 unanimated slides and             do not embed video into the slides.

•  Use appropriate fonts min. 15pts and think clear (e.g. sans-serif or Ariel). If possible, test your slides in advance: run the slide show in ‘presenter mode’ –stand approx. 3ft from your screen and see if you can read the slides. If you can’t you will need to consider the design of your slides.

•  Use appropriate colours: not too bright, high contrast, consistent.

•  Create contrast using font size and colours.

•  Poster presentations MUST be received by …. Any posters not received by this date will be removed from the programme.

Poster page

Ask David Ward if the posters need to be timed or would they be on a rolling schedule