See also Physical Conference Poster Presenter Instructions.
This page discusses instructions for main conference presentations. If you are presenting a poster in a workshop check with your workshop organizer about if they are collecting soft copy of the posters. To upload a soft copy of your poster see the Poster Upload Instructions. You can also see your workshop contributions on the My Stuff page (see below).
You must be logged into the conference website and registered in order to present your poster. For more information about logging in see this page.
¶ Visit your Poster Page (main conference posters only)
Search the Paper browser in the virtual site for your paper title and open your paper's virtual page by clicking the title.
- Check that your abstract is correct by clicking the [ Abstract ] link.
- Check the authors list
- If you pre-recorded a video, it will appear on the page a few days before the conference.
- Test the virtual world as described below.
- If you are logged onto the account associated with a poster you should see a link to the Metadata Poster Page.
You can see all your contributions to a conference on the My Stuff page.
This section applies if the conference is producing a virtual poster session. Check with the conference or workshop organizers to see if a hybrid conference is including a virtual poster session.
- On your poster page and you should see a link to the Virtual World where your poster is located . Visit that link in a Chromium browser before your poster session to test your connection and audio.
- Posters are presented in either GatherTown or Topia which are spatial chat platforms that allow you to connected to other virtual attendees by moving near them. System requirements and more information about our virtual platforms.
¶ Bookmark your Poster and Add it to your Calendar
- The calendar displays the schedule in your local timezone. Set your local timezone if necessary.
- On your poster's page, there is a green bookmark link in the upper right. Clicking that will add your poster to your meeting agenda. For more information about building an agenda and adding it to your calendar application, see this page.
Oral / Keynote Presenter Instructions