all oral presentation sessions will take place in the auditorium of Center for Korean Studies.
the auditorium has a stage, a podium with a microphone, a drop-down screen, a projector, an audio system, and wifi and cable internet connection.
the room does not have a computer and a laptop needs to be connected to the projector via a built-in VGA cable.
presenters may use their own laptops, but we strongly encourage presenters of the same session to share the same laptop (whether it is one of the presenters’ or a back-up laptop that we provide), in order to save time and avoid potential technical difficulties. If you wish to use your own laptop, please be sure to bring an adopter to connect to the VGA cable.
we suggest all the presenters to make your presentation available in a USB drive or online.
if you plan to have a handout, we suggest that you make 40 to 50 copies. Please note that we cannot print copies of your handouts, and there is no on-campus facility where you can make a large number of copies (but there is a Fedex Kinkos near campus).
the poster sessions
the poster sessions will take place in the lobby of Center for Korean Studies.
the posters will be displayed on either (i) a fabric covered poster board that looks like the picture below or (ii) foam poster boards on easels. Posters need to be placed on the fabric board using velcro tapes (no pushpins please!). We will have tapes and pushpins for you.
because of the size of the fabric poster board, posters for the poster sessions should be no larger than A1/landscape or A0/portrait.