Find out more about our plans for the virtual elements at this year's conference.
Here we provide initial information on our plans for the virtual elements at this year's conference. This page will be updated with further information as it is confirmed, so please do check back regularly.
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Virtual and hybrid sessions will be accessed through the Oxford Abstracts virtual event platform.
Those registered for the conference will have access enabled to the virtual sessions, to any pre-uploaded content, and to session recordings. Access is enabled through the email account you used to register for the event.
Sessions will be hosted on Zoom, which has been selected for its flexibility, familiarity and accessibility features, and in response to delegate feedback from last year. Please also see our guidance on accessibility at the conference for more information.
We will confirm information about any other virtual spaces being used as soon as possible. Training will be provided nearer to the conference.
We are again expecting a busy and packed programme this year. To help delegates make the most of the opportunities provided by the virtual platform, we are encouraging session organisers and presenters to upload content in advance, to record their sessions for delegates to watch afterwards, and to post questions and engage in discussion (synchronously or asynchronously) on presenter pages. Uploading content in advance is also a good backup option in case of technical difficulties. They are both entirely opt-in, but we hope that many of you will take the chance to share your research with other delegates who may not be able to attend live owing to time zones or other commitments.
Presenters will have the option to upload content to their presenter pages within the online platform. More information and detailed instructions will be added here in due course.
Some sessions at the conference will be recorded, including the chair's plenary lectures and other high-profile sessions. The decision to record other specific sessions sits with the session organisers. Recorded sessions will be available subsequently to registered delegates, and may be used for other educational purposes.
If a session is being recorded, this will be announced at the beginning of the session. We will also do our best to add a note to session details in advance that the organisers are planning to record their session.
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