Australia as a Risk Society:
Hope and fears of the past, the present and the future
29 March - 1 April 2021
FAQs FOR PRESENTERS
Will I be able to share a powerpoint?
Yes, Zoom allows you to share PowerPoint presentations. Please make sure to familiarize with the platform before the event.
How long will my presentation be available on the restricted area of the website?
We would like all recordings to be available in a private area of the website until the end of the year. They will only be made available online if you consent in the registration form.
What do I need for my presentation?
A computer microphone or a headset
Do you have a team of technical experts available to help?
We can provide some technical support during the conference and a testing session on March 22, 2021 at 9:30 (UTC+1), but speakers are responsible for presentations, their computers and internet connection, and they are strongly advised to test them prior to the conference.
What if I have a technical problem during the presentation or my child/cat wanders into the screen while I’m talking?
No one will mind and it may happen to lots of people. No one expected the current situation and we all have to acknowledge that.
If you have a question that is not covered here, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are happy to welcome you as a participant at the EASA International Conference “Australia as a Risk Society: Hope and Fears of the Past, the Present and the Future” organized by the University of Naples “L’Orientale”, 29 March-1 April 2021). Please, read the following guidelines for participation.
General conference organization
The conference will take place on Zoom. Presentations and discussions will be open to registered attendees only (see registration info here). A programme with the ID and passwords to events will be sent via email to all registered participants a few days before the conference.
Please do not share the program/passwords with anyone for security reasons.
Please check the conference website regularly for info.
Guidelines for all participants
Please install the Zoom APP in advance and make sure that your microphone and webcam work. Take your time to familiarize with the platform. If you feel you want to know more about Zoom before the conference, click here: Joining a meeting on Zoom tutorials and Sharing your screen on Zoom tutorial
Our technical staff available for you during the conference. Should you experience any technical inconvenience, please contact us at the following email address: email@example.com
The conference technical staff and local organizing committee will also be available for a Zoom testing session on March 22, 9:30 a.m. (UTC+1). Feel free to join us if you want to test your Zoom functions.
Guidelines for presenters
Each presenter will be given a 20-minute slot. Presentations will be recorded. Please, note that only the presentations given by presenters who have provided their consent in the registration form will be saved in a private section of the conference website.
Questions from the audience will be allowed at the end of paper presentations.
How to join the sessions
Before the conference starts, all registered participants will receive a programme via email with an Zoom ID and password for each day of the conference. The link provides you with access to the general meeting room. Conference sessions and panels will take place within break-rooms, easily reachable from the main meeting room.
Join the meeting with the provided meeting ID and password.
When you enter a session, your microphone will be automatically muted , unless you are the session chair or you are presenting a paper. If you leave Zoom on to take a break, make sure that your microphone is muted. If you leave your microphone on by mistake, it will be muted by the conference technical staff.
How to ask questions
You can join the discussion with other attendees and presenters by sending messages to “Everyone”. If you have a question, you can also click the “raise your hand” button. The chair will be notified that you have asked a question in the chat or that you have raised your hand. Only open your microphone when the chair asks you to do so.