@NOTE TO EVERYONE!

Evaluation criteria

  • Ability to communicate (clear voice, rhythm, fluidity of speech, explanation in accessible language, relevant examples to illustrate the points, etc.)
  • Scientific quality (Good context (‘rational’), clear description of objectives, methodologies and results, clear link between objectives, results and conclusions.)
  • Answers to questions (Understanding of the question and targeted response.)
  • Structure and general quality of the presentation (Sequence of ideas, clear objectives, balance between the different parts if applicable (intro, development, conclusion), visual support, quality of the figures, originality of the presentation.)

@NOTE TO SPEAKERS!

Oral presentation session - in AM

Reminder of instructions

  • 7 minutes of talk
  • 3-4 mins of questions
  • 1 min transition
  • Slideshow in English or French
  • Format respecting the usual conventions of research presentations (Intro, Method, Results, Conclusion, Perspectives).
  • Speech in English or French
  • Please arrive at 8:15 a.m. to set up your presentation on the computer desk in the lecture hall
  • The digital file which supports your presentation must be titled following this title model: NOM_First name_JSA_2023

Session of mini-oral presentations - in PM

Reminder of instructions

  • 4 minutes of talk
  • 2-3 mins of questions
  • 1 min transition
  • Slideshow in English or French
  • Format respecting the usual conventions of research presentations (Intro, Method, Results, Conclusion, Perspectives).
  • Speech in English or French
  • Please set up your presentation on the computer desk in the lecture hall during the break from 10:45 a.m. to 11 a.m. or after 12 p.m until 15 p.m.
  • The digital file which supports your presentation must be titled following this title model: NOM_First name_JSA_2

@NOTE TO POSTER PRESENTERS!

Reminder of instructions

  • 4 min pitch
  • 2-3 mins of questions
  • 1 min transition

Design of posters and presentations:

  • Posters can be written and given in French or English.
  • Format respecting the usual conventions of research presentations (Intro, Method, Results, Conclusion, Perspectives).
  • Posters must be in portrait orientation.
  • Posters should not exceed 36 inches (91 cm) wide x 56 inches (1.37 m) high/length

Poster session

  • Please display your poster on the board assigned to you (your first and last name will be written on the board).
  • Posters will be put up in the morning from 9 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Please remove your poster after the session.
  • Posters that have not been removed will be recycled.
  • Thumbtack are not allowed. Double sided tape will be provided.

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