For an Oral Presentation, again, be sure to check the email from the conference organizers to make sure you are giving an oral. Also check the amount of time you have, the computer facilities available (ie Mac or PC, your own computer or theirs, will there be sound, can you use animations and movies in your presentation, will there be internet access if you need it, do you need to upload your presentation ahead of time, if so, when, etc.). Below we will add a few links to resources for creating a good presentation. We also recommend watching Dave Carlson's 'Giving your best presentation' webinar because it gives you some great tips like making sure people in all areas of the audience can see your slides, limit the amount of text, remember that some people are color blind, presenting data using graphs that are active, and lots more.