The official language of the symposium is English and Turkish.
There will not be a translation at the symposium.
Participants who want to make presentations in Turkish submit their abstracts in Turkish, and those who want to make a Turkish presentation at the symposium. However, they have submitted an English summary before reporting this before the program announcement.
Guidelines for online paper presentations
All presentations will be done on Zoom. It is also recommeded that you watch tutorials
Time limit for each presentation is 10 minutes and extra 5 minutes will be for questions and answers.
Each paper must be presented only by its author.
Co-authored papers must be presented by a different co-author who does not have another paper presentation.
It is not allowed to present more than one paper per person during the symposium.
Participants who do not have a chance to do an online live presentation can send their presentation video link to symposium e-mail address by 06-10 October 2021. However, live participation for Q&A session of after each panel is is compulsory. Q&A session after each panel will be through live participation
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Participants presenting their papers on Zoom must attend the Opening Ceremony that will take place online on 26 October 2021. The timing of the Opening Ceremony will be announced soon. Participants who do not attend the Opening Ceremony will not receive symposium participation certificate.
You can create a video link by using YouTube or file sharing platforms. The tutorials below can help you to create your presentation videos.
Guidelines and Tips to increase the quality of video presentation:
1. Length of video
Please keep your video around 10 minutes.
Make sure that you are recording with a camera that has at least 720p (HD) resolution. A camera with a 1080p (Full HD) resolution is even better.
3. Smartphones to recording
If you are using your smartphone to record your video, make sure you are using the camera mounted on the rear of your phone. The selfie camera has lower resolution. The same is also true for microphones.
4. Film in landscape mode
Please make sure that you are filming in landscape mode.
5. On lighting
Avoid having a bright background. This will lead to poor video quality. You should also have enough light on your face.
6. Background noise
Minimize background noise for more clarity in your recording.