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The technical program will consist of the following:
  1. Organized Symposia - these will be presented in a Livestream Channel (webinar style format) with an opportunity for attendee interaction for Q&A. The audience will participate using a Discussion/Chat board, and can submit questions using a "Questions" tab (text only). Symposium organizers or a designated moderator will manage and facilitate the question and answer segment.

  2. Oral Presentation: General Contributed – these will be 15-minute, pre-recorded presentations, available as “On Demand” sessions for attendees to view before, during, and after the event; they will be grouped by general contributed track, either Fisheries, Wildlife, or Human Dimensions/Outreach/Public Engagement. To read the Abstracts for these presentations click here.

    • How do attendees watch On-Demand Sessions?
      Once the site has been launched, attendees can View the Full Schedule, and search the On Demand section for the full list of pre-recorded presentations; Click on an individual presentation for details; and click "Slides and Audio" button to view the recording.

    • How will attendees ask presenters questions about their On-Demand Sessions?
      Each presentation will have an “Audience Response System (ARS).” Attendees will have the option to click the blue "Discussion and Q&A button" in the agenda pop-up. Use the "Question" tab to type a question; or the "Discussion" tab for a message.

  3. Poster Presentations Posters will be featured in a virtual “Poster Gallery” which will include a PDF as well as audio recording by the primary author. There will also be a designated Poster Session on Monday evening and each poster author will be available in their own Video Chat room for live interaction and Q&A. To read the Abstracts for the posters click here.
QUESTIONS?
If you have questions about your abstract submission, would like to withdraw a submission, or have general questions regarding the virtual format, contact Meg Boera at meg@delaneymeetingevent.com.
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