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2020 Information for Presenters

* * March 15:  At this time, the ILTA Executive Board and the Organizing and Advisory Committees, have decided that the most judicious and practical decision is not to move forward with LTRC2020 as a scheduled face-to-face conference meeting on June 9-13 due to Covid-19.  Additional information will be posted once alternate plans can be put into place.
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WiFi Access

WiFi will be available for attendees in the conference area of the hotel. However, ILTA encourages presenters to have an alternate plan for your presentation should there be access or connection issues. All attendees and presenters will be on the same WiFi connection and there is a likelihood of slow service during peak times.


Electricity in Tunisia

In Tunisia the power plugs and sockets are of type C and E. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz. Click here for more information and pictures.


For all presenters: timing!

All presenters are reminded that it is essential to stick to the time allotted in the program.

 

Paper Presentations

Each presenter will have 30 minutes: 20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for questions. There is a 5-minute break between presentations. Each room is equipped with a projector, a screen, and speakers. All presenters are required to bring their own computers. The projector connection provided is HDMI;  presenters will need to bring their own adapters to connect laptops to projector if needed. We also advise presenters to test the equipment well before their presentations.  If you anticipate any problems, please inform one of our volunteers, preferably the volunteer assigned to the room you’re presenting in.


Works in Progress (WIP)

WIP presentations will be given on June 13th, from 1:30 to 3:00 pm in two rooms (Cesar 1 and Hall Expo III). During the session, presenters will be assigned to a table in one of the two WIP rooms. A poster with table assignments will be available when you arrive to the session. Conference attendees will rotate to different tables in 15 minute intervals, with five minute breaks in between each interval. The WIP Facilitator will ring a bell to indicate when each 15-minute session is complete so that attendees can rotate to a new table. Presenters will discuss their work with four groups during the 90 minute WIP session.

Usually presenters sit with a few attendees at a round table, present their WIP for 5-10 minutes, discuss the work briefly, and then people move on to the next WIP. Presenters can prepare handouts or a laptop presentation to use during the WIP session. The conference will not provide computers or other materials for use during the WIP session. If you bring a laptop to use for a WIP presentation, plan to have it sufficiently charged as outlets may not be available.

Poster Presentations

Poster presentations will be on June 12, from 1:45 to 3:15 pm in Expo Hall I. Plan to stand next to your poster during the entire presentation time.

We will provide you with a poster board that will be oriented horizontally (approximately). We will also provide material for you to affix your posters. The poster boards are double-sided and numbered. Please put your poster up in the space with your poster number as indicated in the conference program book.

We recommend that you print your poster on paper that can easily be rolled up and transported rather than mounting it on a heavy board prior to the conference.

You can mount your posters any time between 11 am and 1:30 pm on June 12th. Please remove your posters by 5:30 pm on June 12. Posters left after the session will be discarded.


Poster sizes as displayed on poster boards (inches)


Symposia

Each symposium is allocated 120 minutes. Symposium leaders are responsible for organising the presenters and making sure there is sufficient time for questions from the audience. Each room is equipped with a projector, a screen, microphones, and speakers. All presenters are required to bring their own computers. The projector connection provided is HDMI;  presenters will need to bring their own adapters to connect laptops to projector if needed.  We also advise presenters to test the equipment well before their presentations. If you anticipate any problems, please inform one of our volunteers, preferably the volunteer assigned to the room you’re presenting in.

 

Please contact us with any questions.

 


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