ePosters Support Page for WBC

Key Information

If you can’t find the answer to your question in the support items below then please contact wbc@scisoc.org

General Overview

Some of the NASS authors (Podium Presenters, Best Paper Presenters and Innovative Tech Presenters) have been asked to also add a audio or video narrated presentation to their Stack in Learning Toolbox, as well as adding the Powerpoint presentation itself. Other authors can of course also choose to do the same.

If you are one of these authors then we recommend following the instructions from Microsoft (see links below) to add a narration to your powerpoint presentation and then save that as a video file to add to your Learning Toolbox stack. These instructions cover multiple different versions of Powerpoint.

Please note that Learning Toolbox does not support .PPSX files, so when you save your presentation as a video you should save it as an MP4 file, not as  a PPSX file.

Please also note that you should choose to save your video in 720p (or internet) resolution (not the 1040p default that Powerpoint offers) as this is the most suitable format for videos playing on the web.

Following these instructions will reduce the chance of hitting any upload issues due to the file size.

Category: NASS

NASS 2021 is using Learning Toolbox for the ePosters (including Poster Ground Rounds) and Innovative Technology Presentations at the conference.

Learning Toolbox allows you to create a Stack of material that can be used to present and share your work online and onsite. At the simplest level you can just add your presentation to your Stack, but the platform allows you to do much more.

Your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster should contain your presentation but can also contain additional materials such as videos, weblinks, papers and more.

Since you will upload your presentation to your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster then you will no longer need to upload your presentation to the NASS system.

Category: NASS

The following dates are important:

  • 1st July – Invitation emails sent to ePoster authors
  • 13th July at 11am CT – Webinar for authors. 
  • 26th August DEADLINE – Finalise your stack (ePoster/presentation) and mark as ready to print and publish

Categories: Dates pages, NASS

The only requirement from NASS for ePoster authors is that you include a Powerpoint presentation in your ePoster/Stack.

Required Content

  • Authors must create and upload a PowerPoint presentation into their LTB stack.
    • Suggested slide limit: 12
    • Do not include a title or disclosure slide. NASS will include that in your stack during the Content Review process

Optional extra content

Using Learning Toolbox it is also possible to add extra material as well (videos, weblinks, additional documents, links to other ePosters etc). The guides on the support page (demo video, written guide, webinar recording) explain how to do this.

Below is a link to a copy of the 16th July email that NASS sent to authors with these required content instructions.

Category: NASS

Here you can find links to the key emails we have sent to the NASS 2021 ePoster support mailing list.

Category: NASS

You can watch the recording of the webinar below. To see it in full-screen just click on the full screen icon at the end of the play bar.

Presentation used in the webinar

Categories: NASS, Webinar

Please find attached some specific advice on presenting your ePoster as part of the NASS Poster Grand Rounds. A crib sheet will also be provided on the podium itself.

NASS 2019 Advice on Presenting Your Kubify ePoster – Poster Grand Rounds

Category: NASS

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Creating an ePoster/Stack

Some of the NASS authors (Podium Presenters, Best Paper Presenters and Innovative Tech Presenters) have been asked to also add a audio or video narrated presentation to their Stack in Learning Toolbox, as well as adding the Powerpoint presentation itself. Other authors can of course also choose to do the same.

If you are one of these authors then we recommend following the instructions from Microsoft (see links below) to add a narration to your powerpoint presentation and then save that as a video file to add to your Learning Toolbox stack. These instructions cover multiple different versions of Powerpoint.

Please note that Learning Toolbox does not support .PPSX files, so when you save your presentation as a video you should save it as an MP4 file, not as  a PPSX file.

Please also note that you should choose to save your video in 720p (or internet) resolution (not the 1040p default that Powerpoint offers) as this is the most suitable format for videos playing on the web.

Following these instructions will reduce the chance of hitting any upload issues due to the file size.

Category: NASS

NASS 2021 is using Learning Toolbox for the ePosters (including Poster Ground Rounds) and Innovative Technology Presentations at the conference.

Learning Toolbox allows you to create a Stack of material that can be used to present and share your work online and onsite. At the simplest level you can just add your presentation to your Stack, but the platform allows you to do much more.

Your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster should contain your presentation but can also contain additional materials such as videos, weblinks, papers and more.

Since you will upload your presentation to your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster then you will no longer need to upload your presentation to the NASS system.

Category: NASS

The following dates are important:

  • 1st July – Invitation emails sent to ePoster authors
  • 13th July at 11am CT – Webinar for authors. 
  • 26th August DEADLINE – Finalise your stack (ePoster/presentation) and mark as ready to print and publish

Categories: Dates pages, NASS

The only requirement from NASS for ePoster authors is that you include a Powerpoint presentation in your ePoster/Stack.

Required Content

  • Authors must create and upload a PowerPoint presentation into their LTB stack.
    • Suggested slide limit: 12
    • Do not include a title or disclosure slide. NASS will include that in your stack during the Content Review process

Optional extra content

Using Learning Toolbox it is also possible to add extra material as well (videos, weblinks, additional documents, links to other ePosters etc). The guides on the support page (demo video, written guide, webinar recording) explain how to do this.

Below is a link to a copy of the 16th July email that NASS sent to authors with these required content instructions.

Category: NASS

Here you can find links to the key emails we have sent to the NASS 2021 ePoster support mailing list.

Category: NASS

You can watch the recording of the webinar below. To see it in full-screen just click on the full screen icon at the end of the play bar.

Presentation used in the webinar

Categories: NASS, Webinar

Please find attached some specific advice on presenting your ePoster as part of the NASS Poster Grand Rounds. A crib sheet will also be provided on the podium itself.

NASS 2019 Advice on Presenting Your Kubify ePoster – Poster Grand Rounds

Category: NASS

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Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Co-authors

Some of the NASS authors (Podium Presenters, Best Paper Presenters and Innovative Tech Presenters) have been asked to also add a audio or video narrated presentation to their Stack in Learning Toolbox, as well as adding the Powerpoint presentation itself. Other authors can of course also choose to do the same.

If you are one of these authors then we recommend following the instructions from Microsoft (see links below) to add a narration to your powerpoint presentation and then save that as a video file to add to your Learning Toolbox stack. These instructions cover multiple different versions of Powerpoint.

Please note that Learning Toolbox does not support .PPSX files, so when you save your presentation as a video you should save it as an MP4 file, not as  a PPSX file.

Please also note that you should choose to save your video in 720p (or internet) resolution (not the 1040p default that Powerpoint offers) as this is the most suitable format for videos playing on the web.

Following these instructions will reduce the chance of hitting any upload issues due to the file size.

Category: NASS

NASS 2021 is using Learning Toolbox for the ePosters (including Poster Ground Rounds) and Innovative Technology Presentations at the conference.

Learning Toolbox allows you to create a Stack of material that can be used to present and share your work online and onsite. At the simplest level you can just add your presentation to your Stack, but the platform allows you to do much more.

Your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster should contain your presentation but can also contain additional materials such as videos, weblinks, papers and more.

Since you will upload your presentation to your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster then you will no longer need to upload your presentation to the NASS system.

Category: NASS

The following dates are important:

  • 1st July – Invitation emails sent to ePoster authors
  • 13th July at 11am CT – Webinar for authors. 
  • 26th August DEADLINE – Finalise your stack (ePoster/presentation) and mark as ready to print and publish

Categories: Dates pages, NASS

The only requirement from NASS for ePoster authors is that you include a Powerpoint presentation in your ePoster/Stack.

Required Content

  • Authors must create and upload a PowerPoint presentation into their LTB stack.
    • Suggested slide limit: 12
    • Do not include a title or disclosure slide. NASS will include that in your stack during the Content Review process

Optional extra content

Using Learning Toolbox it is also possible to add extra material as well (videos, weblinks, additional documents, links to other ePosters etc). The guides on the support page (demo video, written guide, webinar recording) explain how to do this.

Below is a link to a copy of the 16th July email that NASS sent to authors with these required content instructions.

Category: NASS

Here you can find links to the key emails we have sent to the NASS 2021 ePoster support mailing list.

Category: NASS

You can watch the recording of the webinar below. To see it in full-screen just click on the full screen icon at the end of the play bar.

Presentation used in the webinar

Categories: NASS, Webinar

Please find attached some specific advice on presenting your ePoster as part of the NASS Poster Grand Rounds. A crib sheet will also be provided on the podium itself.

NASS 2019 Advice on Presenting Your Kubify ePoster – Poster Grand Rounds

Category: NASS

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Adding content and resources to my ePoster/stack

Some of the NASS authors (Podium Presenters, Best Paper Presenters and Innovative Tech Presenters) have been asked to also add a audio or video narrated presentation to their Stack in Learning Toolbox, as well as adding the Powerpoint presentation itself. Other authors can of course also choose to do the same.

If you are one of these authors then we recommend following the instructions from Microsoft (see links below) to add a narration to your powerpoint presentation and then save that as a video file to add to your Learning Toolbox stack. These instructions cover multiple different versions of Powerpoint.

Please note that Learning Toolbox does not support .PPSX files, so when you save your presentation as a video you should save it as an MP4 file, not as  a PPSX file.

Please also note that you should choose to save your video in 720p (or internet) resolution (not the 1040p default that Powerpoint offers) as this is the most suitable format for videos playing on the web.

Following these instructions will reduce the chance of hitting any upload issues due to the file size.

Category: NASS

NASS 2021 is using Learning Toolbox for the ePosters (including Poster Ground Rounds) and Innovative Technology Presentations at the conference.

Learning Toolbox allows you to create a Stack of material that can be used to present and share your work online and onsite. At the simplest level you can just add your presentation to your Stack, but the platform allows you to do much more.

Your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster should contain your presentation but can also contain additional materials such as videos, weblinks, papers and more.

Since you will upload your presentation to your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster then you will no longer need to upload your presentation to the NASS system.

Category: NASS

The following dates are important:

  • 1st July – Invitation emails sent to ePoster authors
  • 13th July at 11am CT – Webinar for authors. 
  • 26th August DEADLINE – Finalise your stack (ePoster/presentation) and mark as ready to print and publish

Categories: Dates pages, NASS

The only requirement from NASS for ePoster authors is that you include a Powerpoint presentation in your ePoster/Stack.

Required Content

  • Authors must create and upload a PowerPoint presentation into their LTB stack.
    • Suggested slide limit: 12
    • Do not include a title or disclosure slide. NASS will include that in your stack during the Content Review process

Optional extra content

Using Learning Toolbox it is also possible to add extra material as well (videos, weblinks, additional documents, links to other ePosters etc). The guides on the support page (demo video, written guide, webinar recording) explain how to do this.

Below is a link to a copy of the 16th July email that NASS sent to authors with these required content instructions.

Category: NASS

Here you can find links to the key emails we have sent to the NASS 2021 ePoster support mailing list.

Category: NASS

You can watch the recording of the webinar below. To see it in full-screen just click on the full screen icon at the end of the play bar.

Presentation used in the webinar

Categories: NASS, Webinar

Please find attached some specific advice on presenting your ePoster as part of the NASS Poster Grand Rounds. A crib sheet will also be provided on the podium itself.

NASS 2019 Advice on Presenting Your Kubify ePoster – Poster Grand Rounds

Category: NASS

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Changing the layout and appearance of a tile

Some of the NASS authors (Podium Presenters, Best Paper Presenters and Innovative Tech Presenters) have been asked to also add a audio or video narrated presentation to their Stack in Learning Toolbox, as well as adding the Powerpoint presentation itself. Other authors can of course also choose to do the same.

If you are one of these authors then we recommend following the instructions from Microsoft (see links below) to add a narration to your powerpoint presentation and then save that as a video file to add to your Learning Toolbox stack. These instructions cover multiple different versions of Powerpoint.

Please note that Learning Toolbox does not support .PPSX files, so when you save your presentation as a video you should save it as an MP4 file, not as  a PPSX file.

Please also note that you should choose to save your video in 720p (or internet) resolution (not the 1040p default that Powerpoint offers) as this is the most suitable format for videos playing on the web.

Following these instructions will reduce the chance of hitting any upload issues due to the file size.

Category: NASS

NASS 2021 is using Learning Toolbox for the ePosters (including Poster Ground Rounds) and Innovative Technology Presentations at the conference.

Learning Toolbox allows you to create a Stack of material that can be used to present and share your work online and onsite. At the simplest level you can just add your presentation to your Stack, but the platform allows you to do much more.

Your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster should contain your presentation but can also contain additional materials such as videos, weblinks, papers and more.

Since you will upload your presentation to your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster then you will no longer need to upload your presentation to the NASS system.

Category: NASS

The following dates are important:

  • 1st July – Invitation emails sent to ePoster authors
  • 13th July at 11am CT – Webinar for authors. 
  • 26th August DEADLINE – Finalise your stack (ePoster/presentation) and mark as ready to print and publish

Categories: Dates pages, NASS

The only requirement from NASS for ePoster authors is that you include a Powerpoint presentation in your ePoster/Stack.

Required Content

  • Authors must create and upload a PowerPoint presentation into their LTB stack.
    • Suggested slide limit: 12
    • Do not include a title or disclosure slide. NASS will include that in your stack during the Content Review process

Optional extra content

Using Learning Toolbox it is also possible to add extra material as well (videos, weblinks, additional documents, links to other ePosters etc). The guides on the support page (demo video, written guide, webinar recording) explain how to do this.

Below is a link to a copy of the 16th July email that NASS sent to authors with these required content instructions.

Category: NASS

Here you can find links to the key emails we have sent to the NASS 2021 ePoster support mailing list.

Category: NASS

You can watch the recording of the webinar below. To see it in full-screen just click on the full screen icon at the end of the play bar.

Presentation used in the webinar

Categories: NASS, Webinar

Please find attached some specific advice on presenting your ePoster as part of the NASS Poster Grand Rounds. A crib sheet will also be provided on the podium itself.

NASS 2019 Advice on Presenting Your Kubify ePoster – Poster Grand Rounds

Category: NASS

Load More

Adding an extra screen/layer to my ePoster/stack

Some of the NASS authors (Podium Presenters, Best Paper Presenters and Innovative Tech Presenters) have been asked to also add a audio or video narrated presentation to their Stack in Learning Toolbox, as well as adding the Powerpoint presentation itself. Other authors can of course also choose to do the same.

If you are one of these authors then we recommend following the instructions from Microsoft (see links below) to add a narration to your powerpoint presentation and then save that as a video file to add to your Learning Toolbox stack. These instructions cover multiple different versions of Powerpoint.

Please note that Learning Toolbox does not support .PPSX files, so when you save your presentation as a video you should save it as an MP4 file, not as  a PPSX file.

Please also note that you should choose to save your video in 720p (or internet) resolution (not the 1040p default that Powerpoint offers) as this is the most suitable format for videos playing on the web.

Following these instructions will reduce the chance of hitting any upload issues due to the file size.

Category: NASS

NASS 2021 is using Learning Toolbox for the ePosters (including Poster Ground Rounds) and Innovative Technology Presentations at the conference.

Learning Toolbox allows you to create a Stack of material that can be used to present and share your work online and onsite. At the simplest level you can just add your presentation to your Stack, but the platform allows you to do much more.

Your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster should contain your presentation but can also contain additional materials such as videos, weblinks, papers and more.

Since you will upload your presentation to your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster then you will no longer need to upload your presentation to the NASS system.

Category: NASS

The following dates are important:

  • 1st July – Invitation emails sent to ePoster authors
  • 13th July at 11am CT – Webinar for authors. 
  • 26th August DEADLINE – Finalise your stack (ePoster/presentation) and mark as ready to print and publish

Categories: Dates pages, NASS

The only requirement from NASS for ePoster authors is that you include a Powerpoint presentation in your ePoster/Stack.

Required Content

  • Authors must create and upload a PowerPoint presentation into their LTB stack.
    • Suggested slide limit: 12
    • Do not include a title or disclosure slide. NASS will include that in your stack during the Content Review process

Optional extra content

Using Learning Toolbox it is also possible to add extra material as well (videos, weblinks, additional documents, links to other ePosters etc). The guides on the support page (demo video, written guide, webinar recording) explain how to do this.

Below is a link to a copy of the 16th July email that NASS sent to authors with these required content instructions.

Category: NASS

Here you can find links to the key emails we have sent to the NASS 2021 ePoster support mailing list.

Category: NASS

You can watch the recording of the webinar below. To see it in full-screen just click on the full screen icon at the end of the play bar.

Presentation used in the webinar

Categories: NASS, Webinar

Please find attached some specific advice on presenting your ePoster as part of the NASS Poster Grand Rounds. A crib sheet will also be provided on the podium itself.

NASS 2019 Advice on Presenting Your Kubify ePoster – Poster Grand Rounds

Category: NASS

Load More

Viewing and testing my ePoster/stack

Some of the NASS authors (Podium Presenters, Best Paper Presenters and Innovative Tech Presenters) have been asked to also add a audio or video narrated presentation to their Stack in Learning Toolbox, as well as adding the Powerpoint presentation itself. Other authors can of course also choose to do the same.

If you are one of these authors then we recommend following the instructions from Microsoft (see links below) to add a narration to your powerpoint presentation and then save that as a video file to add to your Learning Toolbox stack. These instructions cover multiple different versions of Powerpoint.

Please note that Learning Toolbox does not support .PPSX files, so when you save your presentation as a video you should save it as an MP4 file, not as  a PPSX file.

Please also note that you should choose to save your video in 720p (or internet) resolution (not the 1040p default that Powerpoint offers) as this is the most suitable format for videos playing on the web.

Following these instructions will reduce the chance of hitting any upload issues due to the file size.

Category: NASS

NASS 2021 is using Learning Toolbox for the ePosters (including Poster Ground Rounds) and Innovative Technology Presentations at the conference.

Learning Toolbox allows you to create a Stack of material that can be used to present and share your work online and onsite. At the simplest level you can just add your presentation to your Stack, but the platform allows you to do much more.

Your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster should contain your presentation but can also contain additional materials such as videos, weblinks, papers and more.

Since you will upload your presentation to your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster then you will no longer need to upload your presentation to the NASS system.

Category: NASS

The following dates are important:

  • 1st July – Invitation emails sent to ePoster authors
  • 13th July at 11am CT – Webinar for authors. 
  • 26th August DEADLINE – Finalise your stack (ePoster/presentation) and mark as ready to print and publish

Categories: Dates pages, NASS

The only requirement from NASS for ePoster authors is that you include a Powerpoint presentation in your ePoster/Stack.

Required Content

  • Authors must create and upload a PowerPoint presentation into their LTB stack.
    • Suggested slide limit: 12
    • Do not include a title or disclosure slide. NASS will include that in your stack during the Content Review process

Optional extra content

Using Learning Toolbox it is also possible to add extra material as well (videos, weblinks, additional documents, links to other ePosters etc). The guides on the support page (demo video, written guide, webinar recording) explain how to do this.

Below is a link to a copy of the 16th July email that NASS sent to authors with these required content instructions.

Category: NASS

Here you can find links to the key emails we have sent to the NASS 2021 ePoster support mailing list.

Category: NASS

You can watch the recording of the webinar below. To see it in full-screen just click on the full screen icon at the end of the play bar.

Presentation used in the webinar

Categories: NASS, Webinar

Please find attached some specific advice on presenting your ePoster as part of the NASS Poster Grand Rounds. A crib sheet will also be provided on the podium itself.

NASS 2019 Advice on Presenting Your Kubify ePoster – Poster Grand Rounds

Category: NASS

Load More

Your ePoster on the showcase website

Some of the NASS authors (Podium Presenters, Best Paper Presenters and Innovative Tech Presenters) have been asked to also add a audio or video narrated presentation to their Stack in Learning Toolbox, as well as adding the Powerpoint presentation itself. Other authors can of course also choose to do the same.

If you are one of these authors then we recommend following the instructions from Microsoft (see links below) to add a narration to your powerpoint presentation and then save that as a video file to add to your Learning Toolbox stack. These instructions cover multiple different versions of Powerpoint.

Please note that Learning Toolbox does not support .PPSX files, so when you save your presentation as a video you should save it as an MP4 file, not as  a PPSX file.

Please also note that you should choose to save your video in 720p (or internet) resolution (not the 1040p default that Powerpoint offers) as this is the most suitable format for videos playing on the web.

Following these instructions will reduce the chance of hitting any upload issues due to the file size.

Category: NASS

NASS 2021 is using Learning Toolbox for the ePosters (including Poster Ground Rounds) and Innovative Technology Presentations at the conference.

Learning Toolbox allows you to create a Stack of material that can be used to present and share your work online and onsite. At the simplest level you can just add your presentation to your Stack, but the platform allows you to do much more.

Your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster should contain your presentation but can also contain additional materials such as videos, weblinks, papers and more.

Since you will upload your presentation to your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster then you will no longer need to upload your presentation to the NASS system.

Category: NASS

The following dates are important:

  • 1st July – Invitation emails sent to ePoster authors
  • 13th July at 11am CT – Webinar for authors. 
  • 26th August DEADLINE – Finalise your stack (ePoster/presentation) and mark as ready to print and publish

Categories: Dates pages, NASS

The only requirement from NASS for ePoster authors is that you include a Powerpoint presentation in your ePoster/Stack.

Required Content

  • Authors must create and upload a PowerPoint presentation into their LTB stack.
    • Suggested slide limit: 12
    • Do not include a title or disclosure slide. NASS will include that in your stack during the Content Review process

Optional extra content

Using Learning Toolbox it is also possible to add extra material as well (videos, weblinks, additional documents, links to other ePosters etc). The guides on the support page (demo video, written guide, webinar recording) explain how to do this.

Below is a link to a copy of the 16th July email that NASS sent to authors with these required content instructions.

Category: NASS

Here you can find links to the key emails we have sent to the NASS 2021 ePoster support mailing list.

Category: NASS

You can watch the recording of the webinar below. To see it in full-screen just click on the full screen icon at the end of the play bar.

Presentation used in the webinar

Categories: NASS, Webinar

Please find attached some specific advice on presenting your ePoster as part of the NASS Poster Grand Rounds. A crib sheet will also be provided on the podium itself.

NASS 2019 Advice on Presenting Your Kubify ePoster – Poster Grand Rounds

Category: NASS

Load More

Marking your ePoster as ready to publish to the showcase

Some of the NASS authors (Podium Presenters, Best Paper Presenters and Innovative Tech Presenters) have been asked to also add a audio or video narrated presentation to their Stack in Learning Toolbox, as well as adding the Powerpoint presentation itself. Other authors can of course also choose to do the same.

If you are one of these authors then we recommend following the instructions from Microsoft (see links below) to add a narration to your powerpoint presentation and then save that as a video file to add to your Learning Toolbox stack. These instructions cover multiple different versions of Powerpoint.

Please note that Learning Toolbox does not support .PPSX files, so when you save your presentation as a video you should save it as an MP4 file, not as  a PPSX file.

Please also note that you should choose to save your video in 720p (or internet) resolution (not the 1040p default that Powerpoint offers) as this is the most suitable format for videos playing on the web.

Following these instructions will reduce the chance of hitting any upload issues due to the file size.

Category: NASS

NASS 2021 is using Learning Toolbox for the ePosters (including Poster Ground Rounds) and Innovative Technology Presentations at the conference.

Learning Toolbox allows you to create a Stack of material that can be used to present and share your work online and onsite. At the simplest level you can just add your presentation to your Stack, but the platform allows you to do much more.

Your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster should contain your presentation but can also contain additional materials such as videos, weblinks, papers and more.

Since you will upload your presentation to your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster then you will no longer need to upload your presentation to the NASS system.

Category: NASS

The following dates are important:

  • 1st July – Invitation emails sent to ePoster authors
  • 13th July at 11am CT – Webinar for authors. 
  • 26th August DEADLINE – Finalise your stack (ePoster/presentation) and mark as ready to print and publish

Categories: Dates pages, NASS

The only requirement from NASS for ePoster authors is that you include a Powerpoint presentation in your ePoster/Stack.

Required Content

  • Authors must create and upload a PowerPoint presentation into their LTB stack.
    • Suggested slide limit: 12
    • Do not include a title or disclosure slide. NASS will include that in your stack during the Content Review process

Optional extra content

Using Learning Toolbox it is also possible to add extra material as well (videos, weblinks, additional documents, links to other ePosters etc). The guides on the support page (demo video, written guide, webinar recording) explain how to do this.

Below is a link to a copy of the 16th July email that NASS sent to authors with these required content instructions.

Category: NASS

Here you can find links to the key emails we have sent to the NASS 2021 ePoster support mailing list.

Category: NASS

You can watch the recording of the webinar below. To see it in full-screen just click on the full screen icon at the end of the play bar.

Presentation used in the webinar

Categories: NASS, Webinar

Please find attached some specific advice on presenting your ePoster as part of the NASS Poster Grand Rounds. A crib sheet will also be provided on the podium itself.

NASS 2019 Advice on Presenting Your Kubify ePoster – Poster Grand Rounds

Category: NASS

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Creating the mini-poster

An option usually used by onsite conferences to promote your ePoster onsite.

Some of the NASS authors (Podium Presenters, Best Paper Presenters and Innovative Tech Presenters) have been asked to also add a audio or video narrated presentation to their Stack in Learning Toolbox, as well as adding the Powerpoint presentation itself. Other authors can of course also choose to do the same.

If you are one of these authors then we recommend following the instructions from Microsoft (see links below) to add a narration to your powerpoint presentation and then save that as a video file to add to your Learning Toolbox stack. These instructions cover multiple different versions of Powerpoint.

Please note that Learning Toolbox does not support .PPSX files, so when you save your presentation as a video you should save it as an MP4 file, not as  a PPSX file.

Please also note that you should choose to save your video in 720p (or internet) resolution (not the 1040p default that Powerpoint offers) as this is the most suitable format for videos playing on the web.

Following these instructions will reduce the chance of hitting any upload issues due to the file size.

Category: NASS

NASS 2021 is using Learning Toolbox for the ePosters (including Poster Ground Rounds) and Innovative Technology Presentations at the conference.

Learning Toolbox allows you to create a Stack of material that can be used to present and share your work online and onsite. At the simplest level you can just add your presentation to your Stack, but the platform allows you to do much more.

Your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster should contain your presentation but can also contain additional materials such as videos, weblinks, papers and more.

Since you will upload your presentation to your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster then you will no longer need to upload your presentation to the NASS system.

Category: NASS

The following dates are important:

  • 1st July – Invitation emails sent to ePoster authors
  • 13th July at 11am CT – Webinar for authors. 
  • 26th August DEADLINE – Finalise your stack (ePoster/presentation) and mark as ready to print and publish

Categories: Dates pages, NASS

The only requirement from NASS for ePoster authors is that you include a Powerpoint presentation in your ePoster/Stack.

Required Content

  • Authors must create and upload a PowerPoint presentation into their LTB stack.
    • Suggested slide limit: 12
    • Do not include a title or disclosure slide. NASS will include that in your stack during the Content Review process

Optional extra content

Using Learning Toolbox it is also possible to add extra material as well (videos, weblinks, additional documents, links to other ePosters etc). The guides on the support page (demo video, written guide, webinar recording) explain how to do this.

Below is a link to a copy of the 16th July email that NASS sent to authors with these required content instructions.

Category: NASS

Here you can find links to the key emails we have sent to the NASS 2021 ePoster support mailing list.

Category: NASS

You can watch the recording of the webinar below. To see it in full-screen just click on the full screen icon at the end of the play bar.

Presentation used in the webinar

Categories: NASS, Webinar

Please find attached some specific advice on presenting your ePoster as part of the NASS Poster Grand Rounds. A crib sheet will also be provided on the podium itself.

NASS 2019 Advice on Presenting Your Kubify ePoster – Poster Grand Rounds

Category: NASS

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Presenting my ePoster/stack

Some of the NASS authors (Podium Presenters, Best Paper Presenters and Innovative Tech Presenters) have been asked to also add a audio or video narrated presentation to their Stack in Learning Toolbox, as well as adding the Powerpoint presentation itself. Other authors can of course also choose to do the same.

If you are one of these authors then we recommend following the instructions from Microsoft (see links below) to add a narration to your powerpoint presentation and then save that as a video file to add to your Learning Toolbox stack. These instructions cover multiple different versions of Powerpoint.

Please note that Learning Toolbox does not support .PPSX files, so when you save your presentation as a video you should save it as an MP4 file, not as  a PPSX file.

Please also note that you should choose to save your video in 720p (or internet) resolution (not the 1040p default that Powerpoint offers) as this is the most suitable format for videos playing on the web.

Following these instructions will reduce the chance of hitting any upload issues due to the file size.

Category: NASS

NASS 2021 is using Learning Toolbox for the ePosters (including Poster Ground Rounds) and Innovative Technology Presentations at the conference.

Learning Toolbox allows you to create a Stack of material that can be used to present and share your work online and onsite. At the simplest level you can just add your presentation to your Stack, but the platform allows you to do much more.

Your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster should contain your presentation but can also contain additional materials such as videos, weblinks, papers and more.

Since you will upload your presentation to your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster then you will no longer need to upload your presentation to the NASS system.

Category: NASS

The following dates are important:

  • 1st July – Invitation emails sent to ePoster authors
  • 13th July at 11am CT – Webinar for authors. 
  • 26th August DEADLINE – Finalise your stack (ePoster/presentation) and mark as ready to print and publish

Categories: Dates pages, NASS

The only requirement from NASS for ePoster authors is that you include a Powerpoint presentation in your ePoster/Stack.

Required Content

  • Authors must create and upload a PowerPoint presentation into their LTB stack.
    • Suggested slide limit: 12
    • Do not include a title or disclosure slide. NASS will include that in your stack during the Content Review process

Optional extra content

Using Learning Toolbox it is also possible to add extra material as well (videos, weblinks, additional documents, links to other ePosters etc). The guides on the support page (demo video, written guide, webinar recording) explain how to do this.

Below is a link to a copy of the 16th July email that NASS sent to authors with these required content instructions.

Category: NASS

Here you can find links to the key emails we have sent to the NASS 2021 ePoster support mailing list.

Category: NASS

You can watch the recording of the webinar below. To see it in full-screen just click on the full screen icon at the end of the play bar.

Presentation used in the webinar

Categories: NASS, Webinar

Please find attached some specific advice on presenting your ePoster as part of the NASS Poster Grand Rounds. A crib sheet will also be provided on the podium itself.

NASS 2019 Advice on Presenting Your Kubify ePoster – Poster Grand Rounds

Category: NASS

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Exploring and sharing published ePosters/stacks

Some of the NASS authors (Podium Presenters, Best Paper Presenters and Innovative Tech Presenters) have been asked to also add a audio or video narrated presentation to their Stack in Learning Toolbox, as well as adding the Powerpoint presentation itself. Other authors can of course also choose to do the same.

If you are one of these authors then we recommend following the instructions from Microsoft (see links below) to add a narration to your powerpoint presentation and then save that as a video file to add to your Learning Toolbox stack. These instructions cover multiple different versions of Powerpoint.

Please note that Learning Toolbox does not support .PPSX files, so when you save your presentation as a video you should save it as an MP4 file, not as  a PPSX file.

Please also note that you should choose to save your video in 720p (or internet) resolution (not the 1040p default that Powerpoint offers) as this is the most suitable format for videos playing on the web.

Following these instructions will reduce the chance of hitting any upload issues due to the file size.

Category: NASS

NASS 2021 is using Learning Toolbox for the ePosters (including Poster Ground Rounds) and Innovative Technology Presentations at the conference.

Learning Toolbox allows you to create a Stack of material that can be used to present and share your work online and onsite. At the simplest level you can just add your presentation to your Stack, but the platform allows you to do much more.

Your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster should contain your presentation but can also contain additional materials such as videos, weblinks, papers and more.

Since you will upload your presentation to your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster then you will no longer need to upload your presentation to the NASS system.

Category: NASS

The following dates are important:

  • 1st July – Invitation emails sent to ePoster authors
  • 13th July at 11am CT – Webinar for authors. 
  • 26th August DEADLINE – Finalise your stack (ePoster/presentation) and mark as ready to print and publish

Categories: Dates pages, NASS

The only requirement from NASS for ePoster authors is that you include a Powerpoint presentation in your ePoster/Stack.

Required Content

  • Authors must create and upload a PowerPoint presentation into their LTB stack.
    • Suggested slide limit: 12
    • Do not include a title or disclosure slide. NASS will include that in your stack during the Content Review process

Optional extra content

Using Learning Toolbox it is also possible to add extra material as well (videos, weblinks, additional documents, links to other ePosters etc). The guides on the support page (demo video, written guide, webinar recording) explain how to do this.

Below is a link to a copy of the 16th July email that NASS sent to authors with these required content instructions.

Category: NASS

Here you can find links to the key emails we have sent to the NASS 2021 ePoster support mailing list.

Category: NASS

You can watch the recording of the webinar below. To see it in full-screen just click on the full screen icon at the end of the play bar.

Presentation used in the webinar

Categories: NASS, Webinar

Please find attached some specific advice on presenting your ePoster as part of the NASS Poster Grand Rounds. A crib sheet will also be provided on the podium itself.

NASS 2019 Advice on Presenting Your Kubify ePoster – Poster Grand Rounds

Category: NASS

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Engaging with the viewers of your ePosters/stacks

Some of the NASS authors (Podium Presenters, Best Paper Presenters and Innovative Tech Presenters) have been asked to also add a audio or video narrated presentation to their Stack in Learning Toolbox, as well as adding the Powerpoint presentation itself. Other authors can of course also choose to do the same.

If you are one of these authors then we recommend following the instructions from Microsoft (see links below) to add a narration to your powerpoint presentation and then save that as a video file to add to your Learning Toolbox stack. These instructions cover multiple different versions of Powerpoint.

Please note that Learning Toolbox does not support .PPSX files, so when you save your presentation as a video you should save it as an MP4 file, not as  a PPSX file.

Please also note that you should choose to save your video in 720p (or internet) resolution (not the 1040p default that Powerpoint offers) as this is the most suitable format for videos playing on the web.

Following these instructions will reduce the chance of hitting any upload issues due to the file size.

Category: NASS

NASS 2021 is using Learning Toolbox for the ePosters (including Poster Ground Rounds) and Innovative Technology Presentations at the conference.

Learning Toolbox allows you to create a Stack of material that can be used to present and share your work online and onsite. At the simplest level you can just add your presentation to your Stack, but the platform allows you to do much more.

Your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster should contain your presentation but can also contain additional materials such as videos, weblinks, papers and more.

Since you will upload your presentation to your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster then you will no longer need to upload your presentation to the NASS system.

Category: NASS

The following dates are important:

  • 1st July – Invitation emails sent to ePoster authors
  • 13th July at 11am CT – Webinar for authors. 
  • 26th August DEADLINE – Finalise your stack (ePoster/presentation) and mark as ready to print and publish

Categories: Dates pages, NASS

The only requirement from NASS for ePoster authors is that you include a Powerpoint presentation in your ePoster/Stack.

Required Content

  • Authors must create and upload a PowerPoint presentation into their LTB stack.
    • Suggested slide limit: 12
    • Do not include a title or disclosure slide. NASS will include that in your stack during the Content Review process

Optional extra content

Using Learning Toolbox it is also possible to add extra material as well (videos, weblinks, additional documents, links to other ePosters etc). The guides on the support page (demo video, written guide, webinar recording) explain how to do this.

Below is a link to a copy of the 16th July email that NASS sent to authors with these required content instructions.

Category: NASS

Here you can find links to the key emails we have sent to the NASS 2021 ePoster support mailing list.

Category: NASS

You can watch the recording of the webinar below. To see it in full-screen just click on the full screen icon at the end of the play bar.

Presentation used in the webinar

Categories: NASS, Webinar

Please find attached some specific advice on presenting your ePoster as part of the NASS Poster Grand Rounds. A crib sheet will also be provided on the podium itself.

NASS 2019 Advice on Presenting Your Kubify ePoster – Poster Grand Rounds

Category: NASS

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Using templates

Some conferences provide templates that you can use to start creating your ePoster if you want.

Some of the NASS authors (Podium Presenters, Best Paper Presenters and Innovative Tech Presenters) have been asked to also add a audio or video narrated presentation to their Stack in Learning Toolbox, as well as adding the Powerpoint presentation itself. Other authors can of course also choose to do the same.

If you are one of these authors then we recommend following the instructions from Microsoft (see links below) to add a narration to your powerpoint presentation and then save that as a video file to add to your Learning Toolbox stack. These instructions cover multiple different versions of Powerpoint.

Please note that Learning Toolbox does not support .PPSX files, so when you save your presentation as a video you should save it as an MP4 file, not as  a PPSX file.

Please also note that you should choose to save your video in 720p (or internet) resolution (not the 1040p default that Powerpoint offers) as this is the most suitable format for videos playing on the web.

Following these instructions will reduce the chance of hitting any upload issues due to the file size.

Category: NASS

NASS 2021 is using Learning Toolbox for the ePosters (including Poster Ground Rounds) and Innovative Technology Presentations at the conference.

Learning Toolbox allows you to create a Stack of material that can be used to present and share your work online and onsite. At the simplest level you can just add your presentation to your Stack, but the platform allows you to do much more.

Your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster should contain your presentation but can also contain additional materials such as videos, weblinks, papers and more.

Since you will upload your presentation to your Learning Toolbox Stack/ePoster then you will no longer need to upload your presentation to the NASS system.

Category: NASS

The following dates are important:

  • 1st July – Invitation emails sent to ePoster authors
  • 13th July at 11am CT – Webinar for authors. 
  • 26th August DEADLINE – Finalise your stack (ePoster/presentation) and mark as ready to print and publish

Categories: Dates pages, NASS

The only requirement from NASS for ePoster authors is that you include a Powerpoint presentation in your ePoster/Stack.

Required Content

  • Authors must create and upload a PowerPoint presentation into their LTB stack.
    • Suggested slide limit: 12
    • Do not include a title or disclosure slide. NASS will include that in your stack during the Content Review process

Optional extra content

Using Learning Toolbox it is also possible to add extra material as well (videos, weblinks, additional documents, links to other ePosters etc). The guides on the support page (demo video, written guide, webinar recording) explain how to do this.

Below is a link to a copy of the 16th July email that NASS sent to authors with these required content instructions.

Category: NASS

Here you can find links to the key emails we have sent to the NASS 2021 ePoster support mailing list.

Category: NASS

You can watch the recording of the webinar below. To see it in full-screen just click on the full screen icon at the end of the play bar.

Presentation used in the webinar

Categories: NASS, Webinar

Please find attached some specific advice on presenting your ePoster as part of the NASS Poster Grand Rounds. A crib sheet will also be provided on the podium itself.

NASS 2019 Advice on Presenting Your Kubify ePoster – Poster Grand Rounds

Category: NASS

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