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2015 Conference e-Poster Presentation Proposal Form

 

 


E-POSTER PRESENTATION 

30 minutes or 75 minutes

  • AATSP e-Poster presentations use an electronic format operated from a laptop computer as opposed to a traditional format using poster boards. An e-Poster presentation consists of a brief outline of the important features or concepts of a research project, lesson plan, classroom materials, and/or cultural update.
  • e-Posters are an effective way to discuss model projects and/or preliminary research results.
  • One to three presenters will prepare a PowerPoint presentation on their topic. The PowerPoint presentation will be projected onto a screen using a laptop computer and data (LCD) projector.
  • The PowerPoint Presentation will consist of
    ◦A maximum of five (5) PowerPoint slides
    ◦An oral presentation to accompany the PowerPoint presentation lasting a maximum of five (5) minutes
  • During the 30 or 75 minute session the presenter(s) will stand by their computer and give the presentation to a small audience (generally 1-5 people at a time).
  • The attendees will listen to the brief presentation and further discuss the topic with the presenter(s).
  • The presentation may be repeated 5-6 times during the session time block giving several attendees the opportunity to interact one-on-one with the presenter(s).
  • Presenters may provide handouts with additional information for the attendees.
  • Presenters must bring their own laptop computer for the e-Poster Presentation.
  • The AATSP will provide the data projector, screen and a small table for holding the laptop.

AUDIO VISUAL INFORMATION

  • Data Projector and Screen. The AATSP will provide a data projector and screen in each conference meeting room where presentations take place; there is no cost to presenters for this equipment.
    Computers. Each presenter is responsible for providing his/her own computer for the presentation.
  • Apple Computer Users. In order to connect an Apple computer to a data projector, users must bring the Mini Display Port to VGA Adapter to connect to a standard input. Adapters will not be provided or available.
  • Internet Access. The AATSP will provide complimentary internet access in each conference meeting room.






• If there are multiple persons involved in this presentation, complete the presenter information sections requested below for each presenter.

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS CAREFULLY. IF YOUR PROPOSAL IS ACCEPTED, THE NAMES, EMPLOYERS, AND LOCATIONS WILL APPEAR IN THE CONFERENCE PROGRAM EXACTLY AS YOU PROVIDE THEM BELOW.
Limit of 150 characters including spaces (approximately 15 words).
150 of 150 characters remaining
Limit of 575 characters including spaces (approximately 75 words). This information will be printed in the Conference Program.
575 of 575 characters remaining




























If selected, I agree to present the above proposal at the 2015 AATSP Conference even if my intended funding falls through.

If selected, I agree to present the above proposal at the time slot set by the Conference Committee.

I agree to pay my 2015 AATSP dues in order to present at the 2015 AATSP conference.

I agree to register for the 2015 conference in order to appear on the conference program.

I understand that the description may be modified to reflect professional editing conventions and third-person narrative style.

I understand that the AATSP cannot compensate me in any way for expenses associated with this presentation.

I understand that presenters cannot promote or sell presenter products or services during the presentation.

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