RMPA’s 2019 Program

You can navigate RMPA’s 2019 program by using 1) the grid schedule and 2) the app on Guidebook:

Click here for the latest grid schedule! This version was updated on March 21, 2019.

To download the program app:

  • Tap the "Download" button to download the free Guidebook app

  • Is Guidebook already on your device? Then tap “Already have Guidebook? Open in app”

  • Open Guidebook and you can find our "RMPA 2019" guide

  • Do you need some basic instructions on how to use the app? Click here for some tips about using the app.

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Tips for Presenters

Poster presentations:

Poster presentations will last an hour, and at least one author is expected to be available during that time to answer questions. Please note that poster boards will be 6' wide by 4' high, and one common poster size is 48" wide by 36" tall. Posters should have introduction, methods, results, and discussion sections when presenting empirical work. Text should be large enough to be read from a distance of at least 4 feet. There will be push pins available for you to hang your poster on the poster board. The description in the conference app has a number at the beginning, and this is the number of the poster board you should be using to present your poster during your scheduled session.  

Oral presentations:

A computer, projector, and audio speaker will be provided, and presentations should be on a USB thumb drive. There may not be a reliable Wi-Fi connection in the presentation room, so do not rely on Wi-Fi for your presentation. Please put your presentation on the laptop in the room where you will be presenting during the breaks between sessions (not during your session). You will have 12 minutes for your presentation, with the final few minutes of the 15-minute segment for answering questions and transitioning between speakers. The moderator of the session will tell you when your 12-minutes are almost up, but you should also keep track of the time.

Workshops and symposia:

 A computer, projector, and audio speaker will be provided, and presentations should be on a USB thumb drive. There may not be a reliable Wi-Fi connection in the presentation room, so do not rely on Wi-Fi for your presentation. Please put your presentation(s) on the laptop in the room where you will be presenting before your session begins.

Do you have any questions about the program?

Please email Anna Ropp, RMPA Program Chair, at aropp@msudenver.edu.