Information subject to change.
Instruction to follow closer to the conference.
The duration of all sessions is 90 minutes. We follow the academic quarter tradition. Sessions officially start 15 minutes past the hour as indicated in the schedule, i.e., a session scheduled for 10:00 to 12:00 will officially take place from 10:15 to 11:45, giving time for technical preparations and leaving room for flexibility.
Each single paper session will host three presentations with 30 minutes per each presentation. All presenters are welcome to use that time the way the see best, but we recommend leaving ample time for discussion (for example, presentation time limited to 15 or 20 minutes which leaves 15 to 10 minutes for discussion, respectively). The chair of the single paper session will monitor the schedule. In symposia, debate sessions, innovative sessions and workshops, the organiser(s) of the session can distribute the allocated time according to the needs of the session. In poster sessions each presenter will have the full 90 minutes to present their poster. In roundtable sessions, the presenters will start with a short presentation round (approx. 5 min. each presenter) on each presenters work and questions, before a joint discussion.
In terms of technical execution, each session falls under one of three categories: on-site, online or hybrid.
Information regarding each session, zoom links, abstracts and other info, can be found on the NB-ISCAR Moodle platform. Instructions on how to access the platform will be shared closer to the conference.
We suggest that all conference participants download the Zoom application for a smoother experience.
All on-site sessions will also take place via Zoom, enabling online participants to view and interact with the on-site session. We therefore recommend that you prepare your presentation so that it can be shared on Zoom and use your own computer and Zoom account for the presentation. The same Zoom presentation will be viewed by participants both on-site and online. Session rooms are equipped with a movable camera and wireless sound system, so physical presentations (flipcharts, whiteboards etc.), activities and performances can also be captured for online participants.
For sharing the presentations, we strongly recommend using your own laptop. The organiser’s computer can also be used, but in this case please notify the organizers (firstname.lastname@example.org) well in advance and arrive early to transfer your presentation on the local computer.
Whether you are presenting on-site or online, please arrive at least 15 minutes before the official starting time to prepare your presentation material and log in to the Zoom session. Zoom links to all sessions, along with abstracts and other info, can be found on the NB-ISCAR Moodle platform (instructions on how to access the platform will be shared closer to the conference). If you are using the notes option in Microsoft Power Point, please make sure that your computer settings allow Presenter’s mode and you are not duplicating the screens. We also recommend printing your notes.
For any further detail about the on-site seminar rooms and their equipment, please check the links below. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to the organising team (email@example.com).
Nordic-Baltic ISCAR 2022 Conference rooms:
On-site presentation, using your own computer
On-site presentation, using the organiser’s computer
Online presentations will work like a normal Zoom session. Please, log in to the appropriate Zoom session (link on Moodle platform) well in advance to test screen sharing and your material.
Most single paper sessions are chaired by members of the NB-ISCAR organising committee. However, some will be chaired by one of the presenters, agreed upon well in advance. In symposia, workshops, debate sessions and innovative sessions, the organiser of the session is responsible for either chairing or arranging a chair.
Session chair’s responsibilities in single paper sessions: