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Best Presentation

 

A panel will determine the best topic presentation given at the Conference.

 

The guidance for judging this award is:

  •  Connects and engages very well with the audience throughout the allocated time of the presentation – it isn’t boring and uninteresting. There’s some passion given by the presenter
  • Slide content is clear, concise, not too, wordy, not too much jargon, not too much information, good use of graphs and pictures - "short, sweet and to the point"
  • Slide presentation has an creative, innovative aspect
  • Clearly covers the subject matter at hand without too much straying elsewhere
  • Did not go past the allocated timing for the presentation

Best poster

Delegates will vote for the best Poster presentation.

 

The guidance for judging this award is 

  • The information is written clearly and concisely. It is free of grammar errors.
  • The information is presented in a way that places the meaning of the text ahead of the style that it is presented in – you can clearly understand the story being given.
  • The layout is well developed, logical, easy to follow
  • The poster has very good, eye-catching visibility, with some creative, innovative traits being shown.
  • The poster should have a good balance of text, figures, and space – it is not too overloaded with information.

Posters will be uploaded to the website by Monday 22ND November to enable delegates to vote on the best Poster using Slido. A Slido link plus the link to the Posters will be sent to delegates to enable them to vote by no later than 2pm on the day of the conference (Wednesday 1 December).

 

The winners will be announced at the Conference.