• How do presiders get speaker bios?

    Speaker bios can be obtained directly from the speaker.

  • What do I do if a speaker does not show up or has withdrawn?

    The open time must be held as a break or networking time. You may not move the remaining speakers up in time or have a new speaker give an unpublished and unscheduled presentation.

  • How do I find out what to do as a virtual presider (aka moderator, session chair) for my session?

    Please access our Presider Training course that will include this information.

  • Will there be technical support provided in the virtual meeting room?

    Yes, there will be a dedicated technical producer for each virtual meeting room.

  • I am a presider for an in-person oral technical room and/or a hybrid oral technical room. Do I have to preside over these rooms in person? 

    Presiders need to be physically present for an in-person oral session. However, presiders may participate in a hybrid oral session virtually. Presider training resources will be available at the end of January 2024 and will include additional information.

  • I still haven't received my Certificate of Presentation, who should I contact? 

    All presenters will be issued digital certificates via email from ACS Meeting Programming Support (maps@acs.org) within 6-8 weeks from the conclusion of ACS Spring 2024. If it has been over 8 weeks since the conclusion of the meeting, please contact maps@acs.org to inquire about your digital certificate. 

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