Any accepted paper should be presented by one of the authors, otherwise
it cannot be referenced as published at RoEduNet IEEE 2010 Conference.
The working language of the Conference is English and this will be used for all presentations and discussions.
All oral presentations are scheduled for 20 minutes. This period includes
your presentation, time for questions, and time to change speakers. Plan to
speak for 15 minutes, allow 4 minutes for questions and 1 minutes to switch
In order to keep the conference on schedule and to accommodate delegates who
want to move between sessions, session chairs are being instructed to strictly
enforce the time schedule.
Each room is equiped with a video projector and a PC computer.
Presenters who plan to use an overhead projector must request it at the registration
desk 15 minutes before the session begins. If it is necessary, you may use your
personal laptop but you must notify the technical personel before the begining
of the session. Conference computers have installed the latest Microsoft Office
PowerPoint (Version 2003) and Adobe Acrobat (Version 7) software, and therefore
presentations in these formats or earlier will be accommodated. Use only normal
PowerPoint file (.ppt) and do not save your file as a PowerPoint Show (.pps)
Authors are asked to bring their slide presentation stored on a USB
memory Stick or on a CD ROM. We will use only PCs and Mac users should
check if their presentations are correctly converted.
Ten minutes before your session commences, you should meet with the Session
Chair and the other speakers in your session room. We recommended to upload
your slides ten minutes before the start of the session. The technical personel
will be in the lecture room to assit you. It is the responsibility of the
presenting author to load the presentation onto the conference computer
and ensure the presentation operates properly.
Laptop wireless access will be available throughout the University Hotspots.
If you require any other equipment, please contact the Local