Oral presentation guidelines

Presentation length and time keeping

  • Please check the program to confirm the time allocated and length of your presentation
  • To ensure the program runs to time, please keep your presentation to your allocated time. Your session chair will notify you with 5 minutes, 2 minutes and 1 minute remaining. If there is time remaining at the end or your presentation the chair will direct the questions.
  • Please go to your allocated room 15 minutes prior to the start time of the session to meet with the Session Chair (their name will be noted in the program) and familiarise yourself with the room and AV technicians and setup.

Presentation Format and slide ratio

  • The presentation computers use PowerPoint with Windows operating system. If you created your presentation using another program, on a Mac or require a specific or uncommon program, we suggest you bring your laptop as a backup.
  • You will be contacted with instructions on how to load your presentation prior to the conference.  Please also bring a back up your presentation files to the conference on a USB (embed any content such as audio or video – do not link to external files).
  • The slide ratio for your presentation should be set to 16:9

Deadline: COB Friday 26 April 2019

If your institution does not support dropbox, please forward your files to mail@conferencedesign.com.au 

Loading your presentation

  • Please load your presentation files to the online folder by COB Friday 26 April 2019.  You will be sent instructions shortly.
  • A speakers preparation room will be located on the Ground Floor of the ICC.  There is direct elevator access between here and the level 4 session rooms.
  • Speakers are to also bring a back up of their presentation on a USB. Please name your presentation [TIME-DAY-ROOM-INITIAL.SURNAME] e.g. 1045-30April-C4.4-J.Smith

During your session

  • Please be seated in the front row so that you can move to the lectern quickly at the end of the previous presentation.
  • There will be AV technicians roaming between the session rooms to trouble shoot any technical issues should they arise.
  • At the end of your session the chair will ring a bell for you to conclude immediately. The chair will only ask a question if you have finished leaving time for this purpose. At the conclusion of all presenters in the session any leftover time will be used for questions and discussion.
  • We do not want to embarrass you however the session chairs have been instructed to end all presentations after the allocated time, even if you are not finished, in order to keep the program to time.

Australasian Youth Justice Conference

The Australasian Youth Justice Administrators (AYJA) hosts a bi-annual Australasian Youth Justice Conference (AYJC) for academics, practitioners, and government and non-government agencies to drive and showcase youth justice initiatives and innovations nationally and internationally.  Learnings from these conferences contribute to evidence-based responses for youth justice and provide new ideas for youth justice at both a jurisdictional, national and international level.  EMAIL: secretariat@ayja.org.au

AYJA is working in collaboration with Juvenile Justice New South Wales (JJ NSW) and the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) to deliver the third AYJC in 2019.

Conference Managers

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