As an oral presenter, you can deliver your presentation live to an audience effectively and engage in fruitful discussions with the audience. The registration fee (https://icrtmdr.com/conference-registration.php) includes more benefits to oral presenters.
Consider the sequence and relevancy of your slides. A current slide should build a path to next slide
Use graphs and charts to illustrate your prominent points. They will help the audience to clearly understand the content.
Make it simple. Too much fancy graphs and charts with huge data and numbers will confuse the audience. Don’t use flash, gif images and fancy colors. The audience will only remember those effects, not your message. Make it simple!
Use the 6-6-6 rule: (maximum 6 words per bullet, maximum 6 bullets per slide, and maximum 6 text slides in a row). The fewest words with effective imagery will have the most powerful effect.
Use high-contrast, easy-to-read fonts that are common to most computers. Do not use ALL CAPS, italics, and other enhancements that clutter and distract. A good guideline is a minimum of 30-point font.
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.
How you should make the content of a poster? A good poster should answer following questions.
Poster Size: Dimensions for the posters are 2*3 feet (Width 2 and Height 3). Please ensure that your poster does not exceed this size.
Poster Submission: Please ensure that you handover the poster to the organizing committee at the registration table.
Poster viewing session and Evaluation:
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
For your convenience, we offer virtual presentations if you are unable to attend the conference in person but still need your work to be presented and published. There are two different types of virtual presentations.
Live Video Presentation
Power Point Virtual Presentation
Make sure your PC is directly connected to your modem with an Ethernet connection.You'll get the best signal and the most reliable internet connection from doing this.Use the same computer and internet connection for practise as when you really deliver the presentation.
Examine the webcam connection, then go closer so that the camera only captures your face, neck, and shoulders.
Ensure that your voice is clearly audible. External microphones or headphones may perform better than PC audio.
Just as in face-to-face presentations, audiences connect to authenticity, so be yourself when presenting! Allow your personality to shine. Be Yourself and Have Fun.
Perform a test run before the presentation day. Prior to submitting your slides, take the time to review them with a trusted advisor.
Don't read from the slides while giving your presentation; this will cause your audience to lose interest and to forget what you said as soon as it is over.
Look for opportunities to use props, demonstrations, or other resources in order to finish your presentation in the allocated time.
Perfecting a skill requires practise. Consider practising your presentation.