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Guidelines for presentation


Things to check before preparing for your presentation:


The main author and speakers of the 7th Asia Conference on Kinesiology must pay their registration fee before October 1, 2016. The paper of the author who did not pay the registration fee will be excluded from the E-book Abstract and the author cannot present in the ACK 2016.
Abstract submitters who want to present their abstracts should pay the registration fee by September 30, 2016.
Although you signed up in the ACK 2016 website, if you don’t complete online registration for the ACK 2016, you cannot receive your nametag, conference schedule, conference brochure, souvenir, lunch ticket, and dinner banquet ticket.
Before preparing for your presentation, you must check if you are registered and your abstract is submitted in ‘My participation lists’ on the top of the ACK 2016 website.
In particular, please check in detail if there is any typo in the name and affiliation of the author and the title and content of your paper and if you need modification, please complete the modification before October 1 (Sat), 2016. All the responsibility of typos in the E-book of Abstracts is on the abstract submitter. After October 1 (Sat), 2016, you cannot modify any information regarding your abstract.

Submission of presentation materials (PPT / Video/audio files):


All presenters should upload one’s presentation material (PPT) in the online data storage below by October 14 (Fri), 2016.
- online data storage address: http://www.webhard.net
- The ID and Password will be sent via email. Please check your email.
- Please upload your presentation material in [Upload_Only]. Materials uploaded here cannot be read or downloaded by other people.
- (Caution) All power point slides should be created by MS PPT and the screen ratio should be 4:3. Your PPT should be submitted in a PDF file. Please write down your name (first name / middle name / last name) and presentation title in the name of your PPT.
* An example of a PPT file name: Jung Sok Oak. Integrated kinesiologist qualification system. pdf
- (Caution) If a video file is included in your presentation, please upload the video file separately. Your name (first name / middle name / last name) and the title of the video should be included in the name of the video file. If there are multiple videos, please upload them separately.
* An example of a video/audio file name: Jung Sok Oak. kinesiologist's role. xxx'
All presentation materials will be uploaded in the ACK 2016 application or linked, so please submit your presentation material (PPT / Video/audio files) by October 14 (Fri), 2016 . For smooth progress of the conference, personal laptops or memory sticks cannot be used inside the presentation room.
Please submit a proper amount of presentation materials following the given presentation time. In particular, the number of PPT slides for YIA-Poster Mini Oral Presentation is limited to 5 slides including the title page.

Presentation time:


The presentation time for Plenary Session is 35 minutes and question and answer is 5 minutes, making the total of 40 minutes. Except for Plenary Session, all invited speakers present in either Certification Symposium or Highlighted Symposium. The presentation time for Certification Symposium is 20 minutes per invited speaker and question and answer will be conducted in the comprehensive discussion time.
The presentation time for Highlighted Symposium is 20 minutes per invited speaker and question and answer is 5 minute, making the total of 25 minutes.
The presentation time for Oral Presentation is 8 minutes and question and answer is 2 minutes, making the total of 10 minutes.
The presentation time for YIA-Oral Presentation is 8 minutes and question and answer is 2 minutes, making the total of 10 minutes. However, in YIA Oral Final Presentation, the presentation time is 10 minutes and question and answer is 5 minutes, making the total of 15 minutes.
The presentation time for Mini Oral for YIA-Poster Award is 3 minutes and question and answer is 2 minutes, making the total of 5 minutes.
Please keep in mind that due to short presentation time of YIA-Poster Mini Oral Presentation, the number of PPT slides is limited to 5 slides including the title slide.

 Presentation Time

Plenary Session

35 minutes of presentation + 5 minutes of Q&A

Certification Symposium

20 minutes of presentation + Comprehensive Discussion

Highlighted Symposium

20 minutes of presentation + 5 minutes of Q&A

Special Lecture

20 minutes of presentation + 3 minutes of Q&A

Workshop

The given presentation time is different for each speakers, so please refer to the individual e-mail we will send you.

Oral

8 minutes of presentation + 2 minutes of Q&A

YIA-Oral

8 minutes of presentation + 2 minutes of Q&A

YIA-Oral Final

10 minutes of presentation + 5 minutes of Q&A

YIA-Poster (mini-oral)

3 minutes of presentation + 2 minutes of Q&A



Instructions for Poster Presentation:


Poster presenters whose abstracts are finally accepted will be assigned with poster boards prepared inside the Poster Presentation room in the conference venue. Consumables (pin/tape) to attach posters will be provided in the presentation room.
The poster presenters presenting in November 12 (Sat) should attach their posters from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM that day and detach them after 6:00 PM that day. The poster presenters presenting in November 13 (Sun) should attach their posters from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM that day and detach them after 5:30 PM that day.
The size of the poster allowed is A0 (height: 120 cm, width: 90 cm).
Since posters are attached with about 1m distance from participants, please select a font type and a font size that can be easily seen in this distance.
Speakers should wait in front of their posters for discussions and Q&A in the poster session time. Please cooperate so that serious discussions can go on in the Poster Presentation time.
Your poster should include the following contents and the title of each paragraph should be written in a bold font.
1. The title should be written in the very top in a big font and please write down the name and affiliation of the author and contact information (including email address) in a font smaller than the title but bigger than other texts.
2. Introduction: The background of your research should be written as simply as possible so that it is naturally connected with the research problem or hypothesis that you are trying to prove.
3. Methods: Please write about the methods of your research including the object of your research with numbers and etc.
4. Results: Please clearly write your results so that the readers can understand them without additional materials. The meaning is more effectively delivered with tables, illustrations, and pictures. You can include simple discussions of each result.
5. findings and future challenges of your research.
If you want, you can include a handout with your contact information.

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