If you are giving a talk remotely, you should have received several emails with an invitation to a Zoom link for the day and time of your oral talk. Locate this email and click on the link 15 minutes prior to the start of your talk so you can rehearse to make sure your computer settings work properly.
Check the Block Schedule and make a note of your session date and time (time zone: PT, Pacific time)
Note: To view detailed session information, you must log in on the "Block Schedule" page. You can also build your itinerary once you are logged in.
Practice your presentation in a quiet, comfortable well-lit area.
All oral presentations in which the speaker is onsite in Seattle will simply use pre-programmed Zoom on the speaker launchpad in the designated meeting room.
All oral presentations in which the speaker is not onsite in Seattle will be through "screen share", so it is important that you practice your presentation on the laptop or computer you plan to use on the date and time of your scheduled session.
Presenters not onsite in Seattle will receive a customized email invitation with a unique Zoom URL for that presenter only.
This URL will access the assigned session as the role of a presenter.
Do not share this URL as it will not work for anyone else and will expire once your session is over.
More details and instructions will be explained in the Presenter Training webinars, including the video below.
Plan to attend one of the following Presenter Training webinars (recordings of these sessions will be posted here):
For AAS 241, all iPoster presenters will be featured in the iPoster Gallery.
iPoster authors do not give Oral talks. In-person iPoster presenters will present their poster during the designated poster time in the Exhibit Hall in Seattle, Washington.
You should have received several emails with an invitation confirming the day and time of your poster session.
Instead, iPoster authors speak about their posters by standing next to the poster terminals in the exhibit hall.
Check your email for instructions on logging into the iPoster portal to begin putting together your iposter.
iPoster authors will also be able to participate in discussions on Slack regarding their poster.
Deadline to Submit Your iPoster: 30 December
We recommend that you use the Narrate feature when authoring your iPoster. This will allow attendees looking through the Gallery to view your iPoster as if you were right there with them explaining the highlights.
View iPoster Sessions Tutorials
For an overview of editing the Templates and a look at how your iPoster will be displayed at your meeting, check out our Tutorials. If you have questions about creating your iPoster, you’ll find answers to most of them by visiting our Quick Guide and FAQ. If you'd like to see what your AAS colleagues have done at previous meetings (and how your iPoster will be displayed), take a look at the iPoster Gallery from AAS 240.