The Salish Sea Snapshots are an engaging format for oral presentations that we encourage you to consider as the format of choice for presentations in your session. Conference Program Committee members may also have suggested your session is particularly well suited to this format, given the number of and nature of abstracts submitted to your session.
There are a variety of approaches and names for this kind of talk, just a few of which we have linked to this page. Regardless of the style you choose, all Snapshot presentations have a maximum of 5 minutes. Other than this time limit, we encourage you and your presenters to get creative, tell your stories, leave the audience with your key takeaways, and have fun!
Background and Examples of Snapshot-Style Sessions and Formats:
- Guidance from the Alliance of Crop, Soil, and Environmental Science Societies on creating “5-Minute Rapid” presentations