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How to vEGU: uploading display materials, comments and the live presentation slide!

How to vEGU: uploading display materials, comments and the live presentation slide!

It is now just over two weeks until vEGU21 begins on 19 April and today uploading of your display materials and live presentation slides can begin!   But what do you need to know about uploading and commenting?! Firstly you should know that detailed information about uploading all materials for your vPICO and other types of presentation can be found on the egu21.eu website – specificall ...[Read More]

Accessibility at vEGU21: creating an accessible (and effective) presentation!

Accessibility at vEGU21: creating an accessible (and effective) presentation!

Even before the global pandemic reshaped how we share our scientific research, presenting our results online has become more and more a normal activity for researchers around the world. Digital conferencing, remote presentations and pre-recorded talks shared over the internet have a lot of positives and negatives, not least of which is the ability to share your work with a wider audience than migh ...[Read More]

How to vEGU: balancing the schedule and your personal programme with caring responsibilities

How to vEGU: balancing the schedule and your personal programme with caring responsibilities

Now that you have had a quick look at our programme for vEGU21, maybe found your abstract or session, you probably have a few questions! Over the next few weeks we will be trying to answer as many of these questions as we can, but if you have a question that you can’t see answered anywhere else, please send it to us, either using our social media, or by contacting the conference organisers directl ...[Read More]

Accessibility at EGU: Top 10 tips for visually accessible presenting – the sequel!

Accessibility at EGU: Top 10 tips for visually accessible presenting – the sequel!

Do you remember a time when everyone else around you started laughing, but you didn’t notice a joke? By designing presentations that are inaccessible – either in PICO, poster or oral presentation format – sometimes people in your audience have this experience of feeling left out.   Last month we posted our top 10 tips for making a presentation ‘accessible’ following the announcement that EGU ...[Read More]