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If you weren’t able to join one of our Presenter Guidance and Practice sessions, click here to watch a recording. To read some of our tips for online presentation please take a look at our blog on online presentations.
If you are a poster presenter you should have received an email from virtualpostersessions inviting you to upload your poster online. Please see our Virtual Poster Session Presenter Guide for further details on using and navigating virtualpostersession.
All posters are available to view here where delegates can leave comments and questions for poster authors at any time throughout the conference.
If you weren’t able to join one of our Chairing Guidance and Practice sessions, click here to watch a recording. To get a sense of how Chairing will function we have shared tips for effective chairing here on the SRHE blog and our Chairs guidance is available to read via our website.
Delegates – Quick Links
Paper abstracts can now be read online using our online programme. Please note that all times are given in GMT (UK time). This programme also includes speaker bionotes, more details on our networking and sponsored sessions, and will be updated with session links daily.
NB. Our programme is hosted by Firebird. If you would like to save bookmarked sessions you will need to create a user/log into Firebird using the ‘Log in’ option in the top right corner of the online programme.
Full papers can also be downloaded from our paper database found at https://srhe.ac.uk/conference-2021/.
Please note, some delegates have chosen not to have their papers available for download online. If you are an author and you would like us to add or remove your paper from this database please contact email@example.com to let us know. Papers are organised using submitter name as reference and all authors are listed in the paper download.
View the timetable here.
All posters are available to view here where delegates can leave comments and questions for poster authors at any time throughout the conference. We’ve put together this brief user guide to help you navigate the platform. The poster authors will then be available to speak to live during the Poster Sessions on Tuesday 7th Dec, 09:00 – 10:30, and Thursday 9th Dec 17:00 – 18:30.
Throughout the week a Mural board [link] will be online for delegates to add their reflections on the conference and comment on prompts from the SRHE Community. Topics and links will be circulated daily for you to engage with in your own time.
Throughout conference there are several breaks, during which time you are invited to log onto SRHE’s wonder.me space via the link below with a coffee and chat with other delegates. If you need more guidance on using Wonder.me, it is available here.
Guest password: conference2021
Frequently asked questions
Q. I’ve been prompted for a password, what is it?
A. When joining via browser you may be asked to give a password when joining a session. The passwords for all sessions throughout the week is 654321.
Q. Where can I find my bookmarked sessions on the online programme?
A. Our programme is hosted by Firebird. If you would like to save bookmarked sessions you will need to create a user/log into Firebird using the ‘Log in’ option in the top right corner of the online programme. They will then be saved under the ‘Bookmarks’ tab.
Q. Will the sessions be available to watch as a recording?
A. In the majority of cases, yes, presentations will be available to watch back after the final day of Conference. In some cases presenters have requested we don’t share a recording of thier session.
Q: If I am chairing a session and one of the presenters hasn’t arrived, what do I do?
A: There will be a member of our technical support team, Nomad IT, present in each session. This staff member will alert the SRHE team that the presenter has not arrived, and we will try to contact them directly.
If a speaker is absent or withdraws at the last minute, we will ask that the session continue and that the remaining speakers follow the scheduled timings. If, for instance, the first speaker has not arrived, Nomad IT staff will display a holding slide to explain to attendees that the session will begin with the second presentation.
Q: I am a presenter and the chair for my session has not arrived. What do I do?
A: There will be a member of our technical support team, Nomad IT, present in each session. This staff member will alert the SRHE team that the chair has not arrived, and we will try to contact them directly.
If the chair does not arrive, we will ask for a volunteer to undertake the chairing role – either a speaker or an attendee who feels comfortable doing this. The key responsibilities of the chair are to keep speakers to time, and to help facilitate questions. Full chairing guidelines are available here. The SRHE team will be on hand to support and to ensure that presenter bionotes are available to any last-minute volunteer chair.
A member of NomadIT, our technical support team, will be available during each session throughout the conference to help you with any difficulties you may encounter using Zoom.
During conference hours the SRHE team will be monitoring a live chat available from our website, www.srhe.ac.uk. The chat is visible on the bottom right hand corner of the srhe site.
Delegates are also encouraged to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org where one of us will get back to you as soon as we are able.