Participation from GIS professionals like you makes the New Zealand Esri User Conference much more than just another technology event. It’s a place to collaborate, connect, and get inspired by the work of your colleagues and peers. We encourage you to share what you know to help GIS professionals of all experience levels better leverage the power of geospatial technology.
Presenting at Conference?
Usually public speaking ranks highly on the list of people's greatest fears so Claire Thurlow spent forty minutes in a webinar running through some tips and tricks about presenting. These tips will hopefully enable you, the presenter, to effectively present your Conference paper with confidence and in a way that your audience will clearly understand. Take some moments to listen to the video recording of this webinar.
Creating "Slides" for your presentation at the New Zealand Esri User Conference.
Listen to the recording of our pre-conference webinar that took us on a journey through some pointers on how to create your slide deck (no matter what media you are using) including some top tips on do's and don'ts.
- Presentation, 20 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions/answers
- Lightning Talk, 5 minutes
- StoryMap Competition
Learn more about the presentation formats
Abstract Submission Guidelines
Don't worry if you do not have the final version of your submission immediately. You will have the ability to login and amend your details right up until the deadline for abstract submission now closes.
Your Submission should answer these questions:
- What problem did you solve with GIS? What advantage did GIS give you?
- What types of geospatial analysis did you use? Explain how and why.
- What are your finds or results?
- How can this project be useful for the audience?
All submissions must be non-commercial. At no time is it permissible for presenters to use their time slot to advertise or promote a product, service, or company.
Do not include information in your abstract that will not be included in your presentation.
Please read the complete guidelines on how to make your submission before you start the submission process.