Congratulations on being selected to present an oral presentation at ICPE All Access. ICPE All Access opens on September 16 and your oral presentation will be available for viewing through December 31, 2020. This page contains information to help you plan your upload through the online system.
ORAL PRESENTATION UPLOADING
You must upload a file of your presentation. If you do not do so by the deadline, your presentation will be removed from the program. If you have multiple presentations, separate uploads for each are required.
The upload process opens on August 10. Please upload your oral presentation no later than 11:59 PM US Eastern Daylight Time on September 14. PowerPoint presentations are preferred; however, PDFs are also accepted. Only these two file types are permitted; the process will reject any other file type.
By uploading your presentation, you agree that ISPE can publish them to our event website and/or meeting app for access and downloading by registered attendees.
HOW TO UPLOAD YOUR ORAL PRESENTATION
Visit the Conference Harvester site: tinyurl.com/ICPESpeakers Log in using your ISPE credentials If you have forgotten your username or password, click the link and instructions will be sent to you.
You must record audio to accompany your presentation and the ability to do this directly via the online system is available. It's a great way to make the presentation viewing experience for attendees more personal and engaging.
This task can only be done after your presentation has been uploaded but must be completed no later than 11:59 PM US Eastern Daylight Time on September 14. The process records your narration for each slide. You are not obligated to record audio for every slide, nor work in chronological order.
Click the blue START RECORDING button to record audio for a slide. You may see a popup message when you click the button asking you for permission to access your microphone. If you do not want to record audio for a given slide, simply start recording and make no sound. The length of your silent recording will be the amount of time that users will see the slide until it automatically flips to the next slide. When you speak into your microphone, the grey 'volume' bar will light up green if audio is being detected. The louder you speak, the more green you will see. If the bar does not turn green, then your microphone is not picking up any sound.