Rules for Recording and Social Media
Recording Policy for the 2020 Virtual Convention
ASEEES’s default policy is to record all sessions. However, if you do not wish to have your session recorded, please tell the Session Manager while in the waiting room before the session begins. The Session Manager has the option to record or not record at the start of each session.
If a presenter requests not to be recorded, they must tell the Session Manager in the waiting room before the session begins. Then Session Manager can pause and restart recording after their presentation.
All recorded sessions will be uploaded onto the convention site and be available for viewing by the 2020 convention registrants for one year.
We can take down recordings at the request of a session participant, but since we have no way to edit the recording, the whole session recording will be taken down.
Out of respect for our speakers, unless you receive their express approval beforehand, please do not use any visual or audio recording devices to record speakers during their presentation. At individual sessions, enforcement is the responsibility of the session chair, as directed by the speakers.
ASEEES reserves the right to take still photographs of events at the Annual Convention for possible publication on its web site, newsletter, or other official publications; by attending such events, attendees are granting permission to ASEEES to be included in such photographs.
Social Media Guideline
To enhance intellectual exchange and facilitate virtual attendance with so many simultaneous sessions, we encourage the use of social media to broadcast the content of the Annual Convention. ASEEES will provide an official hashtag (for 2019: #ASEEES19).
- First and foremost, think before you tweet. Use common sense and courtesy when tweeting. The “Golden Rule” is: tweet unto others as you would have them tweet unto you. Remember, we are a community of professionals and we should conduct ourselves professionally.
- Be clear about whose work you are presenting – is this claim made by the presenter, an audience member, or something you thought of yourself?
- We suggest using the session number found in the program, for example - 1-01 for Session 1, panel 1, when tweeting about that session.
- If a presenter does not wish for their material to be mentioned on social media, they should make an effort to inform their audience prior to the event or display the information on their slides, if relevant.
Opinions expressed by creators, moderators, posters and commentators are their own, and not necessarily that of ASEEES or its affiliates.
ASEEES is not responsible for the content of third party social media websites and does not make any representations regarding the content or accuracy of materials on them.