Presenters & Participants
Presenter tasks are due
July 31, 2020 Extended to August 3. Before beginning the tasks, please view the Poster Presenter Training Video and/or the Presenter Training Video for some helpful tips.
We are using the Conference Harvester, exclusive to our speakers and presenters. The entire site is designed with tasks and guidelines specific to the presentations. The goal is that this will make it easier to share information and review the submissions. We have provided a personalized Access Key that allows you to log-in to your individual profile and complete the required tasks. For your convenience, the link and your personalized Speaker Access Key are available below. Please use the below Speaker Access Key anytime you wish to edit your presentation.
All presenters will be receiving an email with personalized login access codes. Please login and complete your tasks. If you have not received an email by the end of July 22, please contact the AAEA Business Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Registration is required to view the 2020 AAEA Virtual Meeting content and is a separate process. Please visit the AAEA website to register as an attendee.)
FAQ about uploading your presentation:
- Q: Is there an option to present live?
A: Paper and Poster presentations will be prerecorded presentations. You must upload your PDF or Power Point Presentation, as well as your Audio content in order to "present" at the 2020 AAEA Virtual Meeting. Your presentation will be available for the Attendees to view at the start of your session time.
- Q: How can I discuss and interact with the audience?
A: We recommend that you log into the conference harvester during your session time. At the top of the page within the section of "Audience Response System" you will see your presentation(s) listed below it. If questions are asked about your presentation, a link will appear here which will guide you to the conversation.
- Q: Will attendees only be able to view my presentation during the session time?
A: No! Presentations will be available to all attendees for up to a year on-demand. Because of this, question could be asked after our Virtual Meeting days. You will be notified if there is a lingering question in your "Audience Response System"
- Q: There is another name listed a presenter of my presentation, can they be removed?
A: Typically this is the Moderator for the session.
- Q: Will I be able to make updates to my presentation after July 31?
A: Unfortunately because of the quick turn around of our conference, you will only be able to make edits until August 3. We will not be granting any extensions past this deadline.
- Q: My entire presentation has been uploaded with audio, but I need to update one slide's content .
A: You will need to submit a complete new Power Point Presentation in its place that has the updated slide, and let the AAEA Business Office know that the audio will remain the same. If the audio only needs to be updated before July 31, you are able to re-record as many times as you wish.
- Q: What time zone is the Virtual Meeting set up in?
A: Central (CDT) i.e. Poster Presentations are Monday and Tuesday at 9:00 am - 10:00 am CDT
Please visit the webpages linked below to see presenter/participant requirements for the 2020 AAEA Virtual Meeting.
Invited Papers, Invited Case Study Papers, and Track Sessions
Presentation Tips from Professor Marc Bellemare, AAEA member.