All presentations must be uploaded in advance (minimum of 1 day before your talk) by visiting the designated speaker preview room. A technician will be available to assist you.
Presentation laptops will be provided by ACC Liverpool in each room. Each laptop runs Windows 10 and is supplied with Microsoft Office 365.
Any presentations containing movie or video clips will require a copy of the video file as well as the PowerPoint file. If your presentation contains audio, please notify the technician when you pre-load your presentation, so that they can make provision for an audio connection to the show computer. ACC Liverpool support most movie files however the most reliable are files with the .mp4 extension. Please avoid Quicktime .mov files.
When choosing fonts for your presentation please ensure they are supported by Microsoft Office.
Presentations created on Apple Macintosh computers must be saved as a PC formal file (.ppt or .pptx) and it is advisable to evaluate the presentation on a PC prior to attending the congress.
Slides should be formatted for 4:3 ratio or, for the plenary room 16:9 ratio. We suggest that you prepare your presentation in both formats if preparing well in advance. Closer to the time of the congress you will be able to check the programme for room allocation.
Speakers should bring their presentations on a USB memory stick or CD/DVD.
It is advised that you print your poster in advance and bring it with you, however if required, the ACC Liverpool do provide a printing service on site, for which there will be a charge. The printing service is likely to be very busy, so we recommend that you prepare your poster in advance.
Poster boards are 2 metres high and 1 metre wide, and each board will have Velcro strips/dots which you can use to attached your poster to the board. Drawing / push pins are not allowed.
Poster numbers will be issued on site, they will not be provided in advance.
If you wish to use an event specific graphic as the header on your poster, please see the downloadable banners below: