Yes. We will accept walk-in registrations onsite beginning Sunday, November 5. The specific time will be posted as soon as the schedule is finalized in October. We recommend that you register online if you plan to attend a pre-conference workshop since some of them fill up quickly.
Prepaid registrants who find they are unable to attend may send a delegate in their place without penalty. Refunds (less a 20% processing charge per registration) will be made on any prepaid registration for which we receive an advanced written cancellation to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 1, 2017.
No Show: Those who pre-registered and do not attend the conference without written notification of cancellation will be charged the full conference fee.
The program will be finalized in October and available for download. A hard copy of the program will be included in each conference bag provided to attendees at our conference check-in site. We will also use Guidebook for our mobile app.
Yes, all presenters must register online for the conference no later than September 1 to ensure inclusion in the conference program. Due to the number of presenters and budget considerations, we are unable to provide our presenters with a registration fee waiver or discount. Presenters are responsible for all conference-related expenses including registration, travel and hotel.
Yes. We do not currently have the capability to post handouts online for attendees. All presenters will receive an email from us a few weeks before the conference providing more details about the quantity of handouts needed.
All presenters will receive an email from us with their presentation details in September. Concurrent sessions are scheduled to begin on Tuesday morning and end on Thursday around noon. Please keep this in mind if you make travel arrangements before being notified of your presentation time details.
Presenters typically use a Power Point presentation for their session. Although authors wrote a paper that was peer-reviewed before being accepted for presentation, they will not read the paper as is often done at academic conferences. Presenters may refer to it if they would like, but the audience will want to hear about the research/programs in a more informal format.
The University of Oklahoma is required by the State of Oklahoma to obtain signed Volunteer Speaker agreements from each presenter at a conference hosted by the University. We will email the form to you a few weeks before the conference. Please complete, sign, and return the form as soon as you receive it.
Presenters must be on-hand to discuss their posters during the “exhibit hall” type session specifically dedicated to posters. There will be two chairs beside each poster. You may provide handouts, but there will not be a table available for them.
You will have an opportunity during the registration process to indicate any special dietary needs. If you have already registered, please email our conference specialist, Laurie Smith, at email@example.com. You will receive a special meal card during check-in at the conference to use during meals.
Meals are included in the cost of registration. If you would like to bring a guest, you may select the option when you register for the conference. Costs for guests will be available when we open registration in June.
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