ORAL PRESENTATION GUIDELINE
- Presenters are requested to prepare a video presentation, duration max 10 minutes.
- Instruction on how-to record presentation is can be found here
- ICATD 2022 slide template can be found here
- ICATD 2022 virtual background can be found here
- Presenters are encouraged to use ICATD 2022 slide template and virtual background for the video presentation
- The video presentation should include Presenter Preview (presenter’s face). The presenter is advised to empty the presenter preview corner when preparing the slideshow as to avoid blocking the presentation content.
- All information such as the title of your paper, authors’ name, affiliation as well as your photo must appear on the first slide of your presentation.
- No background music is allowed.
- At the end of the video presentation, we will allocate 5 minutes for Q&A.
- The video presentation must be upload at the 4th ICATD website before 7 September 2022.
- Oral presenters will be organized into groups of 4-6 based on topics and keywords. Each group will be available via a break out Zoom meeting.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING VIDEO (REQUIRED)
- Your video title should be in the following format: ICATD4_Presenter’s name.mp4, for example: ICATD4_Rizqi John.mp4.
- Submit your video recording files to the ICATD 2022 committee by no later than Sept 7, 2022 using the submission form here.
- We encourage that the video files should not exceed 65 MB and strictly following to the presentation duration limit.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING VIDEO (OPTIONAL)
- Your video title should be in the following format: ICATD4_Presenter’s name.mp4, for example: ICAD4_Rizqi John.mp4.
- Upload your video to any cloud storage, e.g. Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox etc.
- Send the video link to the ICATD 2022 committee via submission form here.
- The committee only accepts video links via this form. Please, check the accessibility of the video before submitting the form. Make sure the file can be read and downloaded by only having a link, i.e. without having to go through a login or other permission request.