Posters – You must upload a pdf of your poster and may also include a brief video of no more than 3 minutes of you describing your work.
Papers – You must include a recorded presentation of your work that is no more than 15 minutes in length. You are welcome to include supporting materials like your slides or handouts, uploaded as pdfs.
Symposia – You must include a recorded presentation of all panelists that is no more than 60 minutes in length, unless you have opted to present the symposium live (instructions on live presentations will be emailed to participants). All are welcome to include supporting materials like your slides or handouts, uploaded as pdfs.
To help you deliver a memorable session that keeps the audience engaged, we’ve pulled together some helpful tips to make sure your presentation leaves attendees feeling like they had a valuable experience.
It is easy to get lost in the details and try to showcase as much information as possible on your poster. Still, the key to an engaging poster that keeps a reader engaged is to focus on three points: clarity, being concise, and having a strategic design.
Our goal is to make TMS 2021 inclusive and accessible to all attendees. Here are some simple ways to help make your presentation and supporting materials accessible to everyone in your audience, including people with disabilities.
Whether you’ve never presented to a virtual audience before or you’ve done this for years, here are some quick tips that can help you record your work in the best way.
To create your MP4 video file, we recommend using Zoom to record your presentation. Please follow this easy step-by-step guide to ensure you get the best recording possible.
Once your video and materials are ready, you can upload them into the TMS 2021 platform. Use our step-by-step instructions to guide you through the process.
We are excited to offer TMS 2021 presenters a way to interact with attendees interested in your presentations. Office Hours sessions let you schedule times to hold a video chat with attendees in a virtual meeting room.
You are doing a lot of work to prepare for TMS 2021, and you have meaningful and exciting information to share. Your presentation is important for disseminating your work, growing awareness of your expertise, and influencing the discipline’s future. So, why not let other people know about it?