Submission Guidelines for Video Presentation
The CIRCH conference will run in a hybrid format, incorporating both offline presentations and virtual presentations via Zoom. To avoid any technical issues during the conference, participants who are choosing to present online are required to pre-record their presentations. These pre-recorded presentations will be shown live during the conference followed by discussions and a Q&A session.
Participants can submit their videos here by simply uploading the videos to Google Drive. In that way, should any participant lose internet connection, the conference can still continue by playing videos that have already been downloaded.
Click to here to access the google drive
For any questions, please contact email@example.com.
Guidelines for the Video Presentation
I. Dress Code
The presenter must wear proper formal attire, regardless of gender. Examples are a shirt and suit pants for men, and a shirt and suit pants or skirt for women.
Note: Presenters are allowed to wear their school uniforms. However, it is still encouraged that they wear formal attire.
II. Rules for Presentations
The pre-recorded presentation should not exceed 10 minutes at most for participants that submitted an abstract only. For people who submitted a full research paper, the length of the presentation should be within 20 minutes.
The name of the video should follow the format: “Title of the presentation, name, date”
ex) Behavioral Study of Obedience, John Brown, March 18th, 1998
The presenter’s face should be clearly seen in the recorded presentation throughout the whole presentation.
The presenter’s voice should be clearly audible without any distracting ambient sound in the background.
There should not be any distracting objects or animations in the presentation.
Graphs, charts, or any visual representations that show data and statistics should be clear and visible in the presentation.
The presenter should use formal language.