Information for Presenters & Chairs
Here are some tips if you are a panelist or chair at CASID 2023. Please visit the Federation Guide for more.
- Each panel will be assigned a chair/discussant whose role is to manage the session and faciliate the question/discussion period.
- For a standard, 4 person panel, plan for 15 minutes for each presentation with 30 minutes for questions and discussion. If there are less than 4 presenters the length of the presentations may be extended.
- Chairs and panelists may wish to be in contact prior to the session to faciliate logistics. Email addresses can be found in the program (login required).
- We invite you to prepare your slides in the official language other than the one in which you will speak (Thank you to CAAS for this suggestion).
If you are presenting virtually:
- Use a computer with a dual screen set-up so that you can see your speaking notes, audience and share your screen at the same time.
- Minimize or close other tabs and windows to reduce distractions for you and others and reduce the demand on your computer and internet connection.
- In case of technical difficulties, send your slides to the chair before the session begins.
- Choose a quiet and bright location for your presentation, with a neutral background (virtual backgrounds can be distracting and use bandwidth).
- Use a headset or headphones to prevent feedback and distractions.
- Join your session 15 minutes in advance to test your audio and video with the other presenters, technical volunteer and chair.
- You can test your audio and video in advance of your session at https://zoom.us.test
- If you can, use a hard-wired Ethernet connection or position yourself close to your modem/router to ensure the stability of your internet connection.
- Note the call-in number for your conference session in the event of technical difficulties.
- Relax, a Congress technical volunteer will be in every session to support you.
Enjoy your session!