Thank you for presenting at the 2021 Online Australasian Computer Science Week (ASCW).
We want to ensure your presentation runs smoothly, and have put together guidelines and resources to assist with your preparation and participation.
Should you have any queries regarding the information provided or your participation please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Importantly, we ask all presenters upload their Poster PDF and Video by Wednesday 7 October.
Poster Explainer Video
Posters will be available for viewing throughout the conference in an online poster gallery. Presenters can also provide a 2 minute pre-recorded video about their poster. An online poster session will take place at the conference giving the opportunity for poster presenters to interact live with delegates.
The poster gallery will be available throughout the entire conference and will feature:
Live Poster Sessions
During the conference, you have the opportunity to present your poster live. The session will run for 30 minutes.
With the live poster session, you will be able to present to a live audience and share your screen to present a set of slides or your display poster.
The live poster session uses a queuing system, where you can bring a maximum of 50 audience members into your presentation at any one time.
Audience members have the option to speak directly to you, but only you as the presenter will have video capabilities.
Presenters are required to upload their Poster PDF and 2-minute video presentation as a single MP4 file via DropBox by Wednesday 7 October.
If you have any concerns about your presentation or providing your file to us by the deadline please contact email@example.com.
A Poster is a visual medium that you use to communicate a key idea related to your research. It presents that idea in a verbal and graphic way. Unlike an oral presentation, a poster does (most) of your talking – but the great thing about the OnAIR portal is that you too can present and discuss your poster like never before!
Posters will be available for viewing for the duration of the conference in the Poster Gallery. Posters will also be made available to be viewed prior to the conference and after the conference in the online platform.
There are several advantages to presenting a poster:
The layout of your Poster is at your discretion, however, brevity and clarity are the essence of a good Poster.
The aim of Posters is to display your project or an idea in a concise form, enabling delegates to grasp the essentials of the subject in a short time frame.
Posters must be in PDF FORMAT – PORTRAIT, A0 SIZE (W = 841mm X H = 1189mm)
A0 (W = 841mm X H = 1189mm) portrait poster in PDF.
Your Poster should be less than 20MB.
It is critical you check your Poster on a computer other than the one you used to create the Poster. This allows you to check any photos, audio or videos are embedded correctly and the layout and fonts transfer as you want.
Posters will be uploaded as received. Please ensure you fully proof your Poster before submitting it.
POSTER VIDEO – MP4 FILE
Record your 2-minute video using the software you feel most comfortable with.
If you have little experience recording videos, we suggest Zoom or Microsoft PowerPoint.
Recordings need be provided to the Conference Managers in MP4 format. Should your presentation be received in a format other than MP4 you will be asked to resubmit in an MP4 format.
If you have limited online presentation experience or looking for some tips about how to take your online presentation to the next level, we encourage you to take a look at Presenter Toolkit.
DUE MONDAY 8 JANUARY
Recordings must be provided to Conference Design:
In PDF format.
As a single file. Multiple files will not be accepted.
Submit via the conference Dropbox link.
Files to be named: presenter name (First_Last).
If making changes, always ensure to upload the latest version. Each upload is stamped with date/time so we will only use the latest version uploaded to the system.
DUE: MONDAY 18 JANUARY
LIVE POSTER SESSION
We recommend you log in early (10-15 minutes prior) on the day of your presentation. This will allow you to:
An explainer video is available at the top of this page for your benefit.
Live support will be available throughout the conference opening hours and will include dedicated IT/AV support.
Should you require assistance at the time of the conference they should contact support by going to the Live Support Hub – live support is immediately accessible via the icon at the top of the online conference portal. Users should log their query in the live support chat box and a team member will respond as quickly as possible.