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IRPS 2014 AUTHOR INSTRUCTIONS FOR ORAL PRESENTATION Chance Findings and Ima Scientist Sandy Nation Labs Dry Gulch, NM USA Sample Title Slide Company Logo Company Logo allowed on title slide ONLY (optional) Authors and affiliations
2/11 Sample Purpose Slide (required) Purpose For 2014, IRPS is continuing the process to help authors prepare their Oral Presentations –The author is responsible for the quality and clarity of the presentation. –It is recommended that you ask your mentor to review your presentation. This step is optional. These instructions also serve as the sample PowerPoint template for creating your presentation. Use Bold text on white (clear) background. Minimum font size is 20pt. Arial, Helvetica and Symbol US default fonts ONLY Page numbers/total number of pages in lower right corner Starting on page 2
3/11 Outline Introduction Page Layout Text Formatting Preparing Figures Animation/Video Before the Symposium At the Symposium Author’s Corner Summary Sample Outline Slide (required)
4/11 Introduction: Electronic Presentation at IRPS Software to use: –Use only Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 and above. If you have prepared your presentation in another version of PowerPoint, please convert it to PowerPoint 2007.pptx or above. –There is no maximum number of slides Your presentation will be 20 min + 5min for Questions and Answers Make sure you have the correct number of slides to meet the 20 min talk Rehearse your presentation for time prior to the Symposium Minimum font size is 20pt
5/11 Page Layout File Page Setup: –Slides sized for On-screen Show –Landscape mode Page number/Total number of pages at lower right Four required slides: –Title, Purpose (#2), Outline (#3), Summary No slide transitions Page numbers /Total number of pages
6/11 Text Formatting Arial, Helvetica or Symbol fonts ONLY –Math and Greek symbols found in Symbol font Bold font, minimum of 20pt –Applies to text imported from other applications such as figure captions, legends, axis labels, etc. Minimum size of 18pt acceptable for axis labels No color backgrounds Black or high-contrast color text on white (clear) background –Use color text carefully
7/11 Imported text must conform to text guidelines Imported curves must be thick and clear Preparing Figures
8/11 Preparing Figures Temp. Sense Current Controlled Oscillator (ICO) Heater INV. to Stress NMOS Stress AC 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Imported images must be clearly labeled
9/11 Animation/Video Animation or video is only acceptable when important to the technical content of the presentation –Figure animation is acceptable, such as adding arrows, circles, or data/test highlights, to the figures. All critical information and main message should be on the initial layered view of a slide that has a layered figure animation structure –Text animation is not acceptable, such as bullets coming in one after another, or text appearing sequentially –If exception to this policy is necessary, check with the presentations and/or A/V chair in advance
10/11 Before The Symposium Please contact your Session Chair and Manuscript Mentor and have them review your presentation. Name your electronic presentation file S##-p#_LastName.pptx where S##-p# is the paper identifier (Session Number,ie, s2Bp3) as listed in the preliminary program, and LastName is the last name of the presenting author. For example, if your name is John Smith and your paper is 2B.3, name your presentation s2Bp3_Lee.pptx. Upload your final presentation to the InControl website by April 7. This is the same website that you uploaded your final manuscript. Bring your final presentation to the conference on a USB memory stick. Bring a hard copy printout of your presentation for the author's corner. Specific instructions regarding the author’s corner set-up will be provided to you as the Symposium approaches.
11/11 At the Symposium Upload your final presentation on the computer in the AV Preparation Room the day before your session. Review your presentation to insure the figures, formatting and fonts are correct and legible. Review the A/V equipment either the night before or on the morning of your presentation so that you are familiar with the controls.
12/11 Author’s Corner All oral presenters are expected to participate in the Author's Corner immediately following their session. These lively sessions (an IRPS tradition since 1982) allow for one-on-one interaction with the attendees.
13/11 Conclusions When preparing your IRPS PowerPoint presentation, follow these A/V Standards from the start Ask questions early in the process to avoid wasting time. We are here to help you make a great presentation Remember - bring a hard-copy for the Authors’ Corner See you at the Symposium! Thanks and best regards, 2014 IRPS Presentations Chair: Yuan Chen 2014 IRPS Audio-Visual Chair: Mark Porter Sample Conclusions Slide (required)