Virtual Meeting and ePoster Display Instructions
We invite all poster presenters to participate in the 2010 on-site ePoster Display and Virtual Meeting by submitting a PowerPoint presentation of your poster through the Faculty and Presenter Headquarters website.
ePoster Display Information:
By submitting your poster presentation electronically, your poster will be accessible to thousands of attendees throughout the meeting, at their convenience. This provides added exposure to your poster, on top of the general poster or poster discussion presentation time slotted to you. Poster presentations need to be uploaded by June 4, 2010. Participation is optional, and encouraged. The same file submission will be used for both the on-site ePoster Display and Virtual Meeting.
- Increased visibility and accessible to all attendees electronically
- Easy-to-use online submission process through the Faculty and Presenter Headquarters website (https://webapp.asco.org/fhq2010).
Substantial viewing opportunity with centrally located computer kiosks in the General Poster Area of the Exhibit Hall and also located in the main concourse with the Virtual Meeting kiosks.
- Increased search function - Table of contents listing of all posters by track.
Located inside General Poster Hall, Exhibit Hall
- Available starting Friday, June 4 at 7:00 AM through Tuesday, June 8 at 1:00 PM. *Note: ePosters are only available during Annual Meeting hours.
Virtual Meeting Information:
- Posters submitted to the on-site ePoster Display will automatically be included in the Virtual Meeting (launching about one week after the Annual Meeting)
- To see examples of the 2009 Annual Meeting poster presentations in the Virtual Meeting, visit: http://www.asco.org/vm
Preparing Your Presentation:
- Your submission should be formatted in either of the following options:
- Your exact poster, in image format (JPG, TIF, GIF, BMP or a 1 slide powerpoint file), or a sequential order of power point slides, as though you were presenting orally
- We encourage you to use the following ASCO Presentation Template to create your presentation:
- Avoid animation and unnecessary graphics.