Guidelines for oral presentations at workshops
All 5 workshops will be held on Wednesday to Friday. Workshops A 1 and A 2 on Wednesday (03.30 p.m. – 04.45 p.m. and 05.15 p.m. - 6.30 p.m.) will proceed consecutively. The three B 1, B 2 and B 3 workshops on Thursday (10.30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.) will be parallel sessions. The final workshop C will become a part of the assembly meetings on Friday (10.30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.).
On the workshop page, presenters will find identification of their conference room, time of presentation and guidelines to submit an abstract of their presentation. All speakers are requested to submit an abstract to the conference organizer (address: email@example.com) which will be included into the conference abstract book (deadline of submission: March 31st).
- All workshops have a total time frame of 75 to 90 minutes.
- Two persons will chair the workshop.
- Each speaker in a workshop of 2 speakers will have 30 minutes for presentation.
- Each speaker in a workshop of 3 speakers will have 20 Minutes for presentation.
- Each speaker in a workshop of 4 speakers will have 15 minutes for presentation.
- Each speaker should save 3 minutes for questions so that the total discussion time will not be reduced to less than 15 minutes.
- In the end of the workshop 15-30 minutes are calculated for interaction with the audience.
- Be on time (at least 20 minutes before the start) in the workshop room to verify the equipment you want to use.
- A laptop, a LCD-recorder and a flip chart are available in the room. If you need other materials, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org until April 15th at the latest.
- Make your presentation attractive to the audience. Advice: no more than 10-12 slights for a short presentation in up to 15 minutes.
- Fileformat: MS-Powerpoint 2007/2010 (.pptx) or MS-Powerpoint 2003 (.ppt)
Additionally please save your presentation as PDF-file.
We kindly ask you to send your Power Point presentation (.pptx/.ppt AND .pdf) for the workshops before April 15th, in order to check whether it works with our system in Germany.
Please send your presentation to: email@example.com
Poster Session Guidelines
All poster sessions will be held on Thursday May, 10th (12 a.m. – 1 p.m.) on the conference campus at the Tennis Hall (see conference map). Please, be prepared to have your poster set up at least fifteen minutes prior to the beginning of the session or prepare it directly in the morning. The facility will be open at least two hours prior to your poster presentation time (10 a.m.). Plan to be at your table for the entire time to answer questions and explain your poster. Push pins and other materials are available at the table of your poster (please, check your poster no. on the table in the room).
Please, consider that there are two selected major topics for the poster session:
- Good practice of school physical education and sport clubs links to enhance frequent physical activities for children and youth
- Good practice of school physical education links with community partners supporting an active lifestyle through networking
Creating poster and general design suggestions
Dimensions for a poster should not exceed 120 cm in length and 90 cm in broad. The presenter is responsible for the actual poster (printed) and should take other visual materials from home which comprise the presentation.
Moreover, we kindly ask you to send your poster as a pdf-document (size Din A4 or B5) not later than April 1st, if you want your poster printed by us in a smaller format (Din A4, 21cm x 29,7cm) for the conference bag of all delegates. Please, use the following email account: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please, consider for your layout of the poster following traditional elements as headlines:
- Title, author`s name, institution, address
- Introduction (objectives, context, hypotheses)
- Methods (subjects)
- Results (including graphs)Discussion and conclusion
- Acknowledgments and references