All rooms dedicated to scientific activities will be equipped with:
- 1 projector and one screen
- 1 sound system
- 1 audio console
- PC laptop with a wired connection to the Internet
- Office 2013 suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
- CD / DVD player
- Adobe PDF Reader
- VLC player
Important! Only the computer provided in the room can be used. The use of a personal computer for presentations is not permitted to avoid any technical problems or delays due to computer changes.
Please bring your presentations on a USB key and plan an alternative solution.
In case of technical problem, request the help of a volunteer. If they can not solve the problem, they will contact a technician at the audio-visual counter.
The organizing committee of the Conference offers you some advices in order to better prepare your communication.
|Name of the speaker:
||Title of the conference:
|Speaker’s skills :
- Face the audience and address him.
- Do not read your notes throughout the presentation.
- Make eye contact with the audience.
- Respect the time allotted for the presentation (reduce your content).
- Avoid being frozen. Use the paraverbal language.
- Speak with energy; dynamism, enthusiasm and conviction.
- Speak less quickly, taking care to articulate well.
- Consider including silences to mark transitions or support important points.
- Express yourself in clear language (short and simple sentences).
- Avoid incomplete sentences, hesitant sentences.
- Capture the audience’s attention by starting your presentation with a fact, photo.
- Contextualize information to better understand the importance of your research.
- Highlight what distinguishes your work from other researchers in the field.
- State clearly what your research objectives are.
- Highlight the structure of the presentation to make it easier to follow.
- Tell the audience what you will present in the next section of your presentation.
- Include summaries that reflect important results or discussion points.
- Summarize the important points of your presentation.
- End with a strong, short and clear message.
- Accompany the speech step by step with the visual.
- Keep a sober and consistent visual environment.
- Choose a text color that contrasts well with background (no gray background).
- Avoid too many text : reading on the screen is difficult.
- Enlarge font size for easy reading (ideally 30 pts).
- Announce the main message in the title of your visual.
- Remove from the visual all the elements not mentioned in your speech.
- Lighten the content of the visuals or separate it on several different visuals.
- Think about using colors in the graphics to make them easier to understand.
Tips for an effective communication – Adapted from the ACFAS 2018 Model
© PHOTO | Patrick Fernandez