Changes between Version 24 and Version 25 of Programme


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Feb 28, 2013, 1:21:17 AM (8 years ago)
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Ben Lippmeier
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    3131 1. The session chair designates a jockey for each talk. Ideally, the jockey should have an average level of familiarity with the material to be presented, relative to the overall audience. If they are too familiar then they probably won't need to ask questions. If they are very unfamiliar they probably won't know what questions to ask.
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     33 3. The jockey should talk to the speaker for a few minutes before the presentation, to get a sense of how much material there is to cover, along with a rough estimate of talk length.
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    3335 2. The jockey should sit at the front of the room, so they can get a good view of both the audience and presentation.
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    35  3. The jockey should talk to the speaker for a few minutes before the presentation, to get a sense of how much material there is to cover, along with a rough estimate of talk length.
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    3737 4. During the presentation, if the jockey doesn't understand something, or feels the audience doesn't understand, then they should slow down the speaker and ask questions.