SSDBM 2020 will be an online event. All talks will be delivered in the form of pre-recorded videos. The Q&A parts will be held as online chat.
Authors should create a video recording of their presentation.
The video presentation should last
To create a video, you can record your voice on top of the slides, and then export to a video. For a more immersive experience, you may use a picture-in-picture capable video software to capture both the presenter and the slide content.
Here are some tools that you may use.
PowerPoint: to record audio and export slide show to video. Instructions.
Keynote: to record audio and export slide show to video. Instructions.
Zoom: to record video and screen, with picture-in-picture functionality. Instructions.
OBS: Free and open-source software for video and screen recording, with picture-in-picture functionality.
Authors should upload their video presentation to an online video service, such as YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, or to a cloud storage service, such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive.
The video needs not be public, or listed. The only requirement is that the video is accessible via a link, private or public, and remain accessible at least until two weeks after the conference. This link will be shared with the conference participants.
Authors should also submit their slides in PDF format.
In an online questionnaire, authors will be asked to provide the video link, and upload their slides.
Deadline for filling out the questionnaire is July 3.
The interactive part of the conference will be facilitated via Slack. Participants can post questions and authors post answers in an asynchronous manner. There will a dedicated channel for each conference session.
Authors are required to participate in the discussion at the appropriate channel, particularly during the dates of July 7–9.