SEB 2021 Annual Conference

Pre – recording your talk

Download the SEB PowerPoint template for your talk

Click here to download the guide

1.            Your pre-recorded talk will continue as scheduled. As with a physical meeting, each session will proceed in the order identified and maintain the schedule.
2.            Virtual ambassadors and the SEB Team will manage the order of the presentations and will initiate the playback of any pre-recorded presentations.
3.            Each session will be presented in its own unique virtual conference room.
4.            At least one day prior to the scheduled session, all presenters for that session will receive a message from the virtual conference room that contains the connection information.
5.            Unfortunately animations and embedded videos will not work on the webinar platform, if your presentation does have any animations or embedded videos we recommend you submit a pre-recorded talk

Resources for creating and recording presentation

Video file format: MP4

Please be sure the video includes the title of your abstract, the authors, Abstract number, session name, your name. The presentation can be recorded by any of the co-authors and will be available during the original dates of the conference and on-demand after the conference concludes.


Resources for sharing your pre-recorded presentation


Paring and uploading your virtual presentation

Pre-recorded talk deadlines.
If your talk is scheduled to take place between 29 June – 2 July please send your talk in MP4 format to abstract@sebiology.org by the 21st June 2021 Midnight (BST) using the resources listed above.

If your talk is scheduled to take place between 6 July – 8 July please send your talk in MP4 format to abstract@sebiology.org by the 28th June 2021 Midnight (BST) using the resources listed above.

Presenting at an online conference

SEB invites you to have a look on this video from our last webinar entitled "Presenting at an online conference" lead by Jamie Gallagher.

In the video you will find practical tips for delivering a virtual presentation including advice on setting up your camera, the best lighting, and location tips.

It will also include guidance on how to make a virtual talk more engaging for your audience, and the differences to consider between a virtual and live presentation. 





Speaker Training Technical Walk Through

The functionality in a live virtual event:


Speaker Training Best Practices to prepare for your talk

This video looks at best practices for speakers to prepare for your talk which includes technical setup, lighting, presentation and speaking tips.

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