Presenter Information: OpEx East Africa

Presenter Information: OpEx East Africa

Practical information and presentation tips to make your session a success!

Thank you for sharing your time and expertise at this year’s OpEx East Africa Conference. It is contributions like yours that make this such a valuable event for our participants. Our goal is to make your experience presenting as stress-free as possible. Explore the links and videos below to learn about how to navigate the conference and for some easy tips to make your session as engaging and learner-centric as possible.

What you need to know

Submit session powerpoints

First draft: March 8

Final draft: March 18

Send via email attachment to conference@humentum.org.

Download powerpoint template.

While you are not required to use our branded slidedeck, we do ask that you do use Humentum’s branded slides for the first (presentation slide layout) and last (end slide layout) slides.

Send the original files so we may insert headers/footers, and the handout cover. Please do not send PDF’s.  We will convert all materials that are provided to attendees to PDF before sharing.

If you are not able to send your presentation in advance of the event, please let us know as soon as possible.

 

Submit session handouts

March 18

This is the final submission date. If we do not receive your materials by this date, you are responsible for providing your own copies of handouts.

PRESENTER TIPS

Coming up on March 5th, Humentum is hosting “How To Deliver a participant-focused session” webinar – a webinar developed exclusively to help support presenters in designing and delivering their sessions at the conference successfully. Register for the webinar here!

We also offer a series of videos designed to help your session be a success:

Learn from the Train Like A Champion learning blog how to Stay on Track as you develop your session.

 

One final tip: Don’t forget to save time at the end of your session to allow attendees to fill out a session survey and to reflect on what they will do differently in their work.