- PC and LCD projector with Powerpoint, Adobe Acrobat, and Media Player will be available
for presenter use.
- Please save powerpoint presentations in a format that can be used by PCs.
Oral Presentations: Conference Preparation and Attendance
- Please check the posted SPARC program for the time of your talk.
- At least 1 day prior to the conference, email any powerpoint or other presentation
files to Dr. Altovise Rogers (email@example.com).
- Please save your powerpoint presentation in a format that can be used by PCs.
- Bring a copy of your presentation on flashdrive or CD to the conference as a backup
- At least 30 minutes prior to your talk, please check-in at the Psi Chi table outside
of the Loma Prieta conference room (Student Union, 2nd floor) and pickup a name tag.
- Oral presentations will be 12 - 15 minutes long followed by a 5 minute question and
- Timers at the front of the audience will signal speakers about the time remaining
(e.g., "3 minutes left" and "Wrap Up”)
- The schedule is full, so if you arrive late to for your time slot, we may have to
cancel your talk.
Poster Presentations: Conference Preparation and Attendance
- Please check the posted SPARC program for the time of the poster session.
- Posters will be mounted on 5'10" (1.75 m) wide and 3'10" (1.15 m) high corkboards
or similar display boards.
- Table-top or self-standing poster boards cannot be accommodated.
- Pushpins will be provided.
- A few copies of your poster or a sign-up sheet for viewers interested in getting a
copy of your research is recommended.
- Prior to the poster session, please check-in at the Psi Chi table outside of the Loma
Prieta conference room (Student Union, 2nd floor) and pickup a name tag.
- Please wait until the conclusion of the all the morning oral presentations before
hanging your materials (i.e., do not post materials during an oral presentation).
- Authors should be present during the entire poster session (~1 hours).
- Authors may elect to leave posters up until the end of the conference (4:30) or take
them down at the conclusion of the poster session.