Thank you for volunteering to serve as faculty and to assist the Association for Diagnostics & Laboratory Medicine (formerly AACC) in developing educational content to progress the field of clinical chemistry and the careers of laboratory professionals. Below are some helpful tips and tools to assist you in your role.

Presentation Guidelines and Tips

Technology Tips

How to Record your Presentation

If you have been asked to prerecord your presentation for an ADLM educational activity, the following tips can help ensure a high quality recording.

Before you begin

  • For best audio quality, use a headset or external microphone.
  • Select a location that is quiet and away from windows where outside sirens and noise may interrupt your recording.
  • Let people know you are recording and should not be disturbed.
  • Turn off notifications on your computer and close any applications you are not using for your presentation, such as Outlook.
  • Do a practice run through to check your timing and catch any final edits.

Options for creating your recording

How to Use Polling Technology

Audience response systems, like Poll Everywhere, help create a more effective and engaging educational experience during live events.