2. MANAGE YOUR PRESENTATION TIME
Most sessions are 75 minutes, and many interactive sessions have 5-7 presenters. Unfortunately, given these very tight constraints, we can only afford to allow presenters 5-7 minutes in which to briefly outline the main ideas and key contribution of their papers.
To maintain the interactive nature of the session, and to ensure enough time for feedback to all authors, the time limit will be strictly enforced.
If you go over your time, you are unfairly taking time away from others. So, please keep to these time limits as closely as possible. The session chair will control the time for all the presenters and ask you to stop if you run over the limit.
Focus only on the main research questions and findings of the paper and not include a discussion of sample, methods, etc.
The presentations in the session should be structured as a conversation (i.e., short talks and highly interactive), not as a sequence of monologues and stimulate discussion among participants on common themes that cut across the individual presentations. So, read all papers in your session in advance and be prepared for an engaging conversation with colleagues who are struggling with the same research issues as you.