Abstract & Video Submissions TSC 2020

Guidelines for Speakers

LINK:   Google Drive - Instructions for Sharing Video Files 

TEXT ABSTRACTS:

(max 500 words) are submitted via our Abstract Submission System:  https://eagle.sbs.arizona.edu/sc/

review classifications:  TAXONOMY TSC-2020

  • All abstracts must be submitted by the presenting author. Submissions are limited to ONE abstract per first author, though you may be co-author on other abstracts.
  • Registration payment by a single author will get the abstract published into the program book. If co-authors wish to attend the conference they must establish and pay for their own registration, etc.
  • Please note you are responsible for your own SPELL CHECK.
  • TextPad or WordPad are the best programs to convert everything to English characters and a text format which is well accepted by the web and abstract submission system.
  • Note: word and .rtf formats are not good for this purpose.
  • Please drop your abstract into TextPad or WordPad and then cut and paste it into the online submission system.
DEADLINES:
New abstracts:                         July 25
Decisions:                                August 1
Registration for presenters:  August 4
Video Files:                             August 15 

VIDEO SUBMISSIONS: - approval required

TIME allotted per session video:

Plenary          25  minutes         Psychedelics Symposium    15 minutes each

Concurrents  20 minutes          Art-Tech     20 minutes          Posters        20 minutes

Wellness        20 minutes          Demos       20 minutes           Exhibitors    5-10 minutes

Workshops     2 hours total      PSAs            1-2 minutes         Poetry Slam/Zoombie Blues    1-3 minutes       

Ads/Sponsor Logos:  

WIDESCREEN/16X9     .PNG at 300 dpi

Block Ad:     1920 x 1080 at 72 dpi

VIDEO FILES - Technical Specs:

Any Digital Video Format Will Work. 

MOV, MP4, M4V are preferred.  

10800P OR 720P

If sending a PowerPoint it needs to be exported as a Video.

SPEAKER GUIDELINES FOR PREPARING VIDEOS 
Note to Presenters: 
Please introduce yourself at the outset of your presentation
Please include separate files:  brief paragraph bio (word/pdf) and small .png photo -  300 dpi

You may want to include your contact information at the end of the presentation

PRESENTATION RECORDING INSTRUCTIONS WITH VIDEO
Zoom Recording Instructions
  1. Open Zoom. In your profile, click "Settings", then "Recordings". Be sure that Local Recordings is on.
  2. At the upper right corner, it will say “Host a Meeting”. Click on “Host a Meeting with Video”, and follow the instructions to download and run Zoom or wait for the meeting to generate.
  3. Be sure that your audio and video are both on and working. The video is required in order to ensure a high-quality experience for the audience.
  4. The size of the webcam will be 224x126 pixels in the upper right corner.  Once you start screen sharing, your video will move to the upper right-hand corner and may potentially cover text or images.  Please adjust your presentation accordingly.
  5. Become familiar with the Zoom tools available at the bottom of your screen.We encourage the use of the embedded laser pointer during the recording. For an example of a good recording, view the OFC tutorial, which has been made open access, thanks to the instructor.
  6. Press the “Record” button.Select “Share Screen” and begin your presentation. As a reminder, your presentation should not exceed 12 minutes for contributed and 25 minutes for invited (unless otherwise noted).If your presentation exceeds these time limits, it may be edited after receipt.
  7. Once you have finished your presentation, you can select “Stop Record” and then end the meeting, or simply end the meeting--which will stop the recording. It will begin to convert your video to your local system into three files: an .m4a, .m3u and .mp4 file.
PowerPoint Recording Instructions

Record narration and timings
 1. Select Slide Show > Record Slide Show.
       Choose from two options:
            - Start Recording from Beginning - to record from the beginning of a presentation.
            - Start Recording from Current Slide - to record from a specific slide.
  2. Select or clear what you'd like for your recording, and then select Start Recording.
  3. Start speaking or add markings to your presentation.
           Note: Audio won't record when slide transitions happen so let these play first before you start speaking.

Manage recordings - There are different ways to manage recordings in your presentation:
  1. Pause - to pause a recording.
  2. Close - to end a recording.
  3. Laser Pointer, Pen, Highlighter, or Eraser - to use the pointer, ink, eraser, or highlighter tools in your recording.

Save recordings - When you're done recording, save and share your presentation as a PowerPoint Show. Your recording will automatically play when someone opens the presentation.
  1. Select File > Save As.
  2. Select where you'd like to save your presentation to.
  3. Under Save as type, select the dropdown arrow and then select PowerPoint Show.
  4. Select Save.
Alternate Platforms:
A free app video platform:  Panopto is user friendly and offers free trials.   https://www.panopto.com/

LINK:  Google Drive Box Instructions for Sharing Video Files 

ABSTRACTS LINKS to ACCEPTED 2020 Text ABSTRACTS  

New Abstracts - Once accepted will be added to the Abstract Page; Pre-recorded video files will be made available on our site. Please prepare your video files and follow the technical and time requirements below as indicated.

Plenary Sessions  -  Abstracts       List of Plenary Speakers by Name, Session       PL1 - PL14  Tuesday September 15, 2020  - Friday September 18, 2020

Concurrent Sessions  -   Abstracts      C1-C8         C9-C16         C17- C24 

Poster Sessions  -   Abstracts      Poster Session 1&2 

Art-Tech-Health - Abstracts