Paper Presentation Hub Intro Guide
What is the Paper Presentation Hub?
The Paper Presentation Hub is where you can access all 500 pre-recorded paper presentations that were accepted to AIB 2020 Online. Event participants can view and leave feedback on these presentations any time from July 2 until the end of the conference (and even longer, as the portal will remain open after the conference!).
There are also opportunities available to interact with the authors. Many authors will be participating in one of our Live Author Showcases where they will be available online for 1 hour to answer questions from participants and to discuss their work. And, you can always schedule a one-on-one conversation with any presentation author by taking advantage of our Meeting Hub.
How Can I Find a Specific Paper Presentation?
The Title Search bar on the right column of the Paper Presentation Hub allows you to quickly filter through presentations by title.
By clicking on the “Advanced’ option, you can also search presentations by conference track, keyword, title, and author name.
Another way to quickly locate specific presentations that have caught your interest is by adding them to your favorites. Simply click the star icon next to the presentation’s title.
You can then pull up a list of all the presentations you have favorited just by clicking the star icon on the search bar.
Remember to click the “x to clear all your filters after you search, so that you go back to seeing all the presentations.
How Can I Provide Feedback or Access Handouts Related to a Presentation?
After you have clicked the View Button next to the title of the presentation you wish to watch, you will notice a number of menu tabs on the right-hand side.
“Discussion Forum” allows you to leave feedback for the author, including follow-up questions and constructive comments. You can always come back later to check any responses from the author.
“Handouts” allows you to read the abstract of the work, and access any handouts, assuming they have been provided by the author. These may include an executive summary of the work, a copy of their paper, or a copy of the author’s slides.