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Presentation Guidelines

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ADVANCED SUBMISSION of the presentation slides is important to avoid last minute delays at the thematic sessions.

Please submit your presentations no later than March 1, 2024.

The following details should be considered while forwarding your presentations:

  1. Title of your presentation with the file name: Firstname_Lastname_Themeofpresentation (E.g.Mark_Damon_TenureandPolicy)
  2. Forward your presentations to conference.communityforestry@gmail.com
  3. Please make sure that you bring along a copy of your presentation at the conference venue on an external drive for backup
  4. Please make sure that the presentation formats and text fonts (esp. in case of Nepali) are checked prior to the presentation date. The organizers will not be responsible for any distortions in the slides.

Oral Presentation Guideline (Presentation Length, Time, and Format)

  1. The total time provided for oral presentations will be 10-12 minutes
  2. There will be a time card maintained during the sessions and will be showed to the presenters when 2 minutes remain, 30 seconds, and the presenter should absolutely stop. The presenters are requested to follow the allotted time so that every presenter has equal time share their presentation.
  3. The presentations should be submitted in PPT
  4. Computers will be available at the conference halls and personal computers cannot be used. Presentation slides will be made available at the conference room.
  5. In general, it is suggested that the presenters spent one minute for each slide; while the structuring of the slides will be decided by the presenters.
  6. The first slide should include the title of the presentation, name of the presenter(s), and their affiliation among other details.
  7. Arial or Times New Roman fonts are suggested for all slides. It is suggested that headings of each slide should be distinct from rest of the text to avoid confusion.
  8. Photos are welcome, but please make sure proper color combinations/contrasts are used to improve visibility of the text. Avoid dark slides and overly dark backgrounds.
  9. The text should be in English. In very few cases, Nepali or any other texts can be used, only if necessary.

Poster Guideline

  1. Bring your poster with you to the meeting by 8 a.m. of March 4.
  2. Check the individual conference program to find your poster session location and timing.
  3. Set up your printed poster at least by 8 a.m. of March 4.

Present your poster in person

  1. Each poster presenter is responsible for printing their poster and bringing it to the conference venue.
  2. During the presentation, presenters are required to stand by the poster to answer questions from the attendees.
  3. Presenters will be responsible for removing the posters at the end of the session (on March 5)
  4. The poster will be displayed throughout the duration of the conference (4-5 March)

Size

  1. Size of the poster 32 x 40 inches (81 x 101cm) typically in landscape orientation.
  2. The poster should be easily readable through distance.

Text elements

  1. Consider using bulleted statements instead of blocks of text
  2. Incorporate relevant organizational logos and recent photo of the presenter
  3. Set the title for 80-100 pt. font size and 36-48 pt. font for the authors
  4. Use 18-24 pt. font to describe the specific aim of the project
  5. Briefly outline methods, materials, techniques and models with 18-24 pt. font
  6. Present the results preferably in figures, diagrams, tables etc along with texts.
  7. Use 18-24 pt. font for discussion and conclusions.
  8. Acknowledge people, funding agency and name of and email of the presenter in 18-24 pt. font.

At the Conference

Arrive at least five minutes prior to the start of the session. Delay in attending the session means your presentation will be skipped and may not get another chance for presenting your work. So please make sure you are on time. Contact the session moderator or member of the secretariat for further support.

The session chair/moderator will decide on the nature of the Q&A during parallel sessions. This will be informed by the session chair prior to the start of the presentations.