Thank you for sharing your expertise at uLearn19. We’re excited to have you on board and look forward to working together to create an amazing event.
Please download the uLearn19 presenter slides in your preferred format. These slides must be used at both the beginning and end of your presentation. To guide you with your planning, please read the session guidelines below.
Presenter newsletters will be emailed directly to your inbox and links will also be posted here for your reference. Information in these newsletters will help you arrive at uLearn19 well prepared, so please take the time to read them.
To thank you and acknowledge your contribution to the success of uLearn19 we offer presenters:
* You will have been emailed a link to register on July 30th. Once you have registered, and the programme is visible online, you will receive instructions on how to download the conference app and log in.
Some rooms are set up with tables and suit a BYO laptop, and others are not set up with tables. All rooms will have internet access - presenters are asked to use the hardwire available at the presenter table, rather than rely on wireless.
Session rooms are equipped with the following:
Note: Please bring your own computer/device to use to present your breakout session.
If you have requested extra equipment as part of your abstract submission, please check with the room support personnel that it will be in your room. A tech phone number will be available for you to contact should you have any concerns.
There are seven Breakout sessions:
Wednesday 9 October
Thursday 11 October
Friday 12 October
Taster sessions are 25 minutes.
Please take note of your presentation times and be there early to set up. Rooms will open approximately 30 minutes before the breakout session is due to start.
Wednesday 10 October
Thursday 11 October
Technical support is available at the Help desk in the Energy Events Centre foyer. Please see them if you have any issues, well before your scheduled breakout.
With so many delegates participating in this conference, it is that important workshops and presentations run smoothly, keep to time, and live up to expectations. Please make sure your content is applicable across all levels (early childhood, primary, secondary, tertiary), or that you clearly state the target level at the outset, and that your language is inclusive. We recommend you ask delegates in your session and pitch accordingly.
Below is some information regarding the structure of the different session types. This should be of assistance to new presenters and also serve as a helpful reminder to those who are experienced uLearn presenters.
A suggested structure for your presentation is as follows:
These sessions can be invaluable for giving attendees an overview of a particular topic. Please make sure you keep to time and follow the criteria as set out below:
Please note: Most Taster sessions are held in theatre-style rooms. Tables are not provided. Unless you specified in your abstract submission that you required tables, please prepare accordingly.
Please note: in most cases, a workshop is defined as ‘BYOD essential’. A presentation, while interactive, is defined as ‘BYOD non-essential’ - delegates are not required to bring a device.
A suggested structure for your session is as follows:
It is important that your sessions involve the participants. Please keep in mind your workshop attendees should go away from your workshop with ideas and strategies they can use in their own situation, and remember the learning objectives you stated as part of your submission.
All sessions build on the conference themes, so when developing your workshop or interactive presentation, please note the following criteria:
You have a great story to tell, and your audience have chosen your session as it matches their interest. Relax and enjoy sharing your story!
These are the breakout rooms being used across five venues. Check where your session is being held and ensure you get there nice and early to set up.
Rotorua Energy Events Centre
Ground level: Unison arena, Unison 3, Grand Hallway 1, Grand Hallway 2, Digi Lounge ( in the Forum Exhibition room)
Level 1: First Sovereign, Skellerup, Opus International, Downer Room, Sigma
Ground level: Mokoia room
Level 1: Millennium 5
Level 2: Millennium 1, Millennium 2, Millennium 3
Level 4: Millennium 4
Ground: Rotoiti, Rotomahana
Level 1: Tikitapu
Princes Gate Hotel
Ground: Nellie Budd, Dukes room, Monarch room, Green Room
Ground: Batten 1, Batten 2, Rutherford, Matariki Cultural Centre, Executive Boardroom
Mezzanine: Seddon, Hillary, Dodd, Stafford, Blake Boardroom
If you have any questions about presenting at uLearn19, please contact Becky Hare on 021 930 367 or email@example.com.