For Presenters and Reactors

All Presenters
  1. Please submit the following by January 5 (if you have not already done so).

    • your 50-word abstract,

    • 100-word biography

    • picture for the program

  2. Examine the draft program as soon as you receive it to make sure session times (presenting and/or reacting—reactors are chosen from among the presenters)

  3. Be sure you have registered at least two weeks before the Symposium. After that date, we must drop your name from the program.

 

We are a community of learners and symposium participants often want to contact each other.   If you have any objection to your photograph and/or email appearing in the program, please notify lguglie@fau.edu.  We will honor your request. 

 

For Reactors

Our normal policy is to choose session reactors from presenters, so you might want to search for your name in the draft program to quickly find if you have been listed as a reactor.

 

Normally reactors will read the paper or abstract before the session, introduce the presenter, manage the time (making sure at least 15 minutes are left for reaction and discussion), provide a brief reaction/comments, facilitate the remainder of the discussion, and make sure the session ends on time.

 

Paper Presenters

Observe the due date for submitting your full paper

Once you know who your reactor is, please email a copy of your full paper to your reactor (and to lguglie@fau.edu, if you have not yet sent in a full copy). Please plan your session for 30 minutes so that at least 15 minutes are left for the reactor’s comments and participant discussion. We will have projection systems for PowerPoint available for you at the conference. It is usually best to bring your presentation on a memory stick and use the computer provided. If you plan to use your own computer, be sure to bring the proper connection devices.

 

Note: we do not guarantee the speed of the internet connection at the hotel. If you need any further equipment or if you plan to use Skype, please contact Naomi Boyer (nboyer@polk.edu).

 

Poster Presenters
Poster Presenters

Posters 
will
 be 
presented 
late 
Thursday
 afternoon, 
shortly 
before 
the 
group 
dinner.  

We 
can


provide
 standard, 
trifold
 display
boards
 (36"
high, 
48"
wide, 
divided
 into
 12",
 24", 
and
12"


panels) 
and 
tables 
or 
easels 
for
 them
 to 
stand 
on.

 
If 
that 
sizing 
does 
not
 work 
for 
you, 
you

are 
free 
to
 mount
 your
 poster 
on
 the 
wall.
   We will have non-marking adhesvie strips.  If you need an electrical connection, we need to know that.  Please notify plzsiga@yahoo.com what your needs are so we can be prepared with the appropriate materials. 



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