Presenters Information

As the event draws near, we understand you will be planning/finalising your presentation.

To enable you to be prepared we advise that each room will be equipped with the following:

  • Data projector
  • Screen
  • Microphone
  • Lectern
  • Laser pointer
  • Laptop
  • Wi-Fi access (throughout the conference venue)

If you require anything additional to the above, please email your request to [email protected] and we will endeavor to meet your requests.

Things to note

  • Presentation slides should be in widescreen format (16:9).
  • You may use PPT or Prezi to prepare your presentation. A template PPT Slide will be made available shortly if you wish to use this, however there is no requirement for you to do so.
  • You will need to bring your presentation with you on USB and load this to the speaker’s preparation room at least 2-3 hours prior to your scheduled presentation. Please do not send this to Leishman Associates prior to the Conference.
  • If you have audio and/or video in your presentation, please ensure you have the files saved separately as embedding the media does not always include them in the PowerPoint file.
    This will allow the Technical Team to re-embed and/or change the format of the video onsite if needed.
  • If you are using custom fonts not found in the standard system fonts, please use the “Embed fonts in file” feature found in Save As/tools/save options. This will ensure that your fonts travel with the PowerPoint file when saved.
  • Please ensure contents of your presentation including photos, data, graphs etc. are generated by yourself, referenced or the appropriate owner has granted you permission to include their work for educational purposes.
  • You will be asked to sign a speaker release form allowing TEMC to make your presentation available on the TEMC Website in PDF Format.

Presenters T&CS

Terms and conditions for presenters at TEMC 2022

All TEMC presenters, whether invited or accepted via the call for proposals, must be aware of and agree to the TEMC terms and conditions, including the speaker registration fee, and the privacy policy.

Selection of session proposals

TEMC is a conference for staff in the tertiary education sector. Its focus is on excellence in professional practice, and preference is given to current practitioners. Presenters of concurrent sessions and posters should therefore represent a tertiary education institution.

If a session is co-presented with a commercial vendor or partner, the higher education representative must be the lead author and presenter.

Sessions must be presented by the named authors. Proxies will not be permitted except in an emergency such as ill health. All speaker changes and additions MUST be communicated to the organisers as early as possible.

The TEMC Organising Committee reserves the right to accept or refuse any proposal. The committee may ask presenters to revise a session proposal to strengthen the overall program design.

The proposal, as submitted, will be used for program selection purposes. If selected, an abstract will be published in the conference program.

Presenter registration

All presenters must register and pay for at least the day of the conference on which they are presenting.

Presenters are entitled to register at the discounted early bird rate.

The deadline for presenter registration is 25 July 2022. After that date, sessions by unregistered presenters will be removed from the conference program.

Equity, diversity and accessibility

Presenters are responsible for ensuring their sessions acknowledge the diversity of the tertiary education sector and provide equitable access for all participants.

Copyright and re-use of presentations

Presenters are asked to agree that:

  • TEMC may record any session
  • session recordings will be published online for on-demand access after the conference
  • a PDF of any presentation slides, handouts etc will be available alongside the recording

Presenters are responsible for obtaining appropriate copyright permissions for all presentation materials, including data, fonts, images etc. Citations and image credits must be included where appropriate.

Filming and photography

A TEMC representative may take photos or record video while a session is in progress. The TEMC team may also take screen grabs of live streamed or pre-recorded sessions and poster presentations.

Images and video footage will be used for conference-related communications, post-conference highlight packages, and the promotion of future conferences.