|TIP 8: If you have a presentation, check where and when it is scheduled, and that you know what is expected of you|
When/where is your presentation scheduled? The final programme will be posted on the website early July and will be fully searchable, and you can enter your name to find out when you or your colleagues are scheduled to present.
What is expected of you? Please see the final programme for full details of how the different type of sessions are organised, how long you will have to present, and what you should do.
Short communications/Patil Teaching Innovation Award: Most short communication presenters prepare a PowerPoint presentation, although this is not obligatory. Please bring your PowerPoint with you, saved on a USB memory device, and take it to the Speaker Preview room at least 2 hours, but preferably the day prior, before the start of your session. The technician will make sure the presentation is loaded onto the computer in the appropriate room.
Posters: If you have a poster presentation, please prepare your poster according to the instructions which will be sent to you in May, and which are also on the website. Additionally, you might find the document 'Hints on preparing posters for AMEE conferences' useful. Please bring your poster with you – it should not be sent in advance. A board will be allocated on which you can mount your poster, and it should remain there throughout the Conference. Look for the session and number allocated to your poster in the final programme to see where your posterboard will be located.
ePosters: If you have an electronic poster (ePoster) presentation, you will receive instructions in June on how to prepare and upload your electronic poster online in advance of the Conference. You will also be able to see how to present your electronic poster during the Conference.
Fringe: If you have a Fringe Presentation, please contact email@example.com a minimum of 8 weeks before your presentation with any specific requirements you may have.
If you have a Conference Workshop, a representative from Worldspan will contact you personally to discuss your requirements.