Oral Presentations

Presentation Tool

You can prepare standard digital slideshow (e.g. Microsoft Power Point) for oral presentation in the iLRN virtual campus powered by VirBELA. You are allowed to use screen sharing in your presentation. Please note that when you play video with sound in your presentation, the sound will not be delivered to the audience—your voice through microphone takes priority. To avoid this, if necessary, please prepare video with subtitles.

It may be the first time for you to make an oral presentation in the virtual campus. You will be allowed to access the virtual campus from a few days before the conference. Please get used to the virtual campus for your successful presentation.
You will receive your user account for the virtual campus on 1 December.

Alternatives

If you cannot access the virtual campus, you can use a web conferencing tool (Whereby) to make a presentation.
For the detailed information, please e-mail contact@tale2020.org

If you cannot make a live presentation due to time zone and other unavoidable reasons, a recorded presentation is allowed.
For the detailed information, please e-mail contact@tale2020.org

Full Paper

Full paper presentations are conducted in 25min blocks.

The basic format for full papers is 20min presentation, 3mins questions and 2mins for presenter changeover. Important, the technical presentation across all tracks are synchronised allowing delegates to move across rooms in the virtual campus. This means that presentations must be kept to time. No extra time will be permitted, even if you have technical problems. Therefore, it is important that you preload and test your presentation well in advance and you understand the amount of time it takes to deliver your research findings.

Suggested Structure

  • 1min – Project Title: Introduce yourself and your work
  • 6min – Define the problem: What problem are you solving? Who will benefit from the findings?
  • 2min – Methodology: How did you undertake the research? Outline any limitations
  • 8min – Findings: What did your results show? How can others use and expand your findings?
  • 3min – Summary: Leave a lasting impression so that they want to follow up by reading your paper

Short Paper

Short paper presentations are conducted in 15min blocks.

The basic format for short papers is 10min presentation, 3mins questions and 2mins for presenter changeover. Important, the technical presentation across all tracks are synchronised allowing delegates to move across rooms in the virtual campus. This means that presentations must be kept to time. No extra time will be permitted, even if you have technical problems. Therefore, it is important that you preload and test your presentation well in advance and you understand the amount of time it takes to deliver your research findings.

Suggested Structure

  • 30sec – Project Title: Introduce yourself and your work
  • 2min – Define the problem: What problem are you solving? Who will benefit from the findings?
  • 30sec – Methodology: How did you undertake the research? Outline any limitations
  • 2min – Findings: What did your results show? How can others use and expand your findings?
  • 1min – Summary: Leave a lasting impression so that they want to follow up by reading your paper