BakingTech 2016 Speaker Resources
Presenting at BakingTech
Sunday, February 28 through Tuesday, March 1, 2016
Please take a moment to review the General Information listed below.
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Chicago, IL 60605
BakingTech 2016 Educational Session Schedule**
Monday, February 28, 2016
8:30 am - 12:00 pm: Opening General Session
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm: General Session
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
9:30 am - 10:30 am: General Session
10:45 am - 12:15 pm: Technical Breakout Sessions
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm: Technical Breakout Sessions
3:15 pm - 4:00 pm: Closing General Session
**Schedule is as of 8/1/15 and is subject to change
The Conference Program Committee is comprised of the Officers of the Society, the Program Chair and three assistants, and eight Session Chairs. The Session Chair works directly with the speakers assigned to their session. It is their responsibility to support you through your preparation process and at the conference. The entire Program Committee will review your work and then submit comments and feedback to you through the Session Chair.
You may click here to view the Program Committee and their contact information.
Length of Presentation
Papers presented during technical breakout sessions on Tuesday should be approximately 45 minutes in length, which includes 5 - 10 minutes for questions and answers. It is strongly encouraged that each presenter also prepare two questions that can be used to initiate the Questions & Answers Session.
Final presentation is usually a text prepared speech supported with Powerpoint slides (Windows or MacIntosh). Use of Video is also encouraged. (See commercialism policy.) A presentation tip guide has been provided for your use.
The BakingTech 2016 PowerPoint template should be used for all BakingTech presentations.
Presentation Planning Process
The presentation process consists of three steps - a summary of your presentation, a draft of your PowerPoint presentation and a final draft of your PowerPoint presentation. The following deadlines are used by the Program Planning Committee as a means of managing the entire process. For those speakers who submitted a formal proposal through the BakingTech 2016 Call for Papers, the summary of your presentation has already been received.
Summary of Presentation - November 30, 2015
The summary of your presentation must be a brief description of what you plan to present along with three (3) learner outcomes. This information will be used in BakingTech 2016 marketing and promotional materials. See a sample summary by clicking here.
PowerPoint Draft - December 15, 2015
Final PowerPoint - January 29, 2016
The Program Committee uses an electronic means of evaluating and commenting on presentations. All materials should be sent to email@example.com.
Meet posted deadlines for submitting logistical information, registering for the conference, draft presentations, etc.
Use ASB templates when creating PowerPoint and/or Word/PDF resource materials.
Ensure that the content and delivery of your presentation follows what is printed in the brochure and posted on the ASB website. Attendees read the brochure and the education session information, which gives them a reason to attend. They will expect the information in the brochure and online will be what is delivered onsite at the conference.
Be sure you know your audience for this conference and create your presentation accordingly.
Review materials that ASB staff send you and participate in any speaker orientation offerings.
Registration and Travel Information
All speakers must make their own hotel reservations directly with the Hilton Chicago.
Speakers must directly pay all hotel expenses.
ASB has secured the discounted rate of $179 single/double plus tax per night at the Hilton
Information on hotel reservations will be available mid-October
As a presenter you are responsible for registering and paying all registration fees related to your participation as a speaker in BakingTech 2016.
Information concerning registration will be available in mid-October
Honorarium & Expense Reimbursement
No honorarium will be provided.
All speakers will be responsible for making and paying for their airline travel to BakingTech 2016. ASB will not be providing reimbursement for travel expenses related to your participation in BakingTech 2016.
Important Deadlines & Speaker Forms
Photo & Bio Form: November 30, 2015
Speaker Agreement: November 30, 2015
Summary of Presentation: November 30, 2015
PowerPoint Draft: December 15, 2015
Final PowerPoint: January 29, 2016
Speaker Forms (If you submitted your paper proposal through the ASB online BakingTech 2016 Call for Papers, the below information is not required. This information was collected upon your final submission)
All presentations must adhere to the ASB's commercialism policy. Please do not include industry, trade, or product names in your presentation. Generic terms should be used instead of trade names. Any trade names will be changed to their generic or component name. The use of company or product names as a means for promotions/advertising is strictly prohibited. For more information concerning the Society's commercialism policy, click here.
To assist speakers who are not familiar with the terminology of the industry, a complete guide is available to assist you. Click here for the Speaker Terminology Guide.
On Sunday, February 28, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. we will host a Speaker meeting to review the final details regarding staging and your presentation. We encourage all speakers to attend. If you are unable to do so, please inform your Session Chair.
As you begin to prepare your presentation, you will have numerous questions. We encourage you to either contact your Session Chair, the Program Chair or the ASB office. Questions can be directed to Tawnee Brydebell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your participation in BakingTech 2016!