- Review the digital platform and its functionality and simulate the live experience
- Explain the technical requirements and process for livestreaming your presentation
- Discuss the options and functionality for the interactivity requirements of your presentation
Slide Format (Head and Neck Annual Meeting)
University of Toronto Accreditation conditions require that all presenters/speakers must include a disclosure slide and learning objectives slide at the beginning of their presentation, stating all real or apparent conflict(s) of interest or lack thereof and verbally notify the audience. Download Slide Template (PPT)
Animations & Video
The platform does not natively support animation or video. Please prepare your presentation without these elements.
Content for PowerPoint presentations, websites and printed materials should not contain copyright-protected work. However, if the materials are deemed essential, the application of Fair Dealing may apply.
All presentations must comply with patient confidentiality agreements. Patient names should not be used, and images must not contain identifiable features (e.g., institutional location of scan, date of scan, patient date of birth, MRN, photography that shows facial or other identifiable features etc.).
NotesIf your presentation is too large to submit by email, please use WeTransfer If you have polling questions, please write the question number and slide number in the body of the email so we can ensure they are not missed.
- Each session will have a moderator who will introduce the presentation, ask the presenter(s) to introduce themselves, and moderate the Q & A period.
- A stable high-speed internet connection – a wired ethernet connection rather than WiFi is recommended
- A headset with built-in microphone
- Adequate lighting
Please remember to use a Chrome Browser; ensure you download this in advance if you do not have it installed. Other browsers will cause technical issues.
Video & Audio Tips
- Silence any ringers or notifications, close your door, alert co-workers, or family members that you can’t be disturbed
- Make ‘eye-contact’ whenever possible. Don’t read your presentation script off the screen
- Be more expressive than you would be in a traditional lecture (due to less nonverbal cues)
- Prepare a glass of water so you will not need to get up during your presentation
- Ensure your laptop is plugged in