Human Movement and Mobility in HighLandscape Environments

International conference, April 27-29th, 2022


The following information is provided to assist authors with the preparation of their presentation and all the attendees in order to ensure smooth participation in this web conference.


Using Big Blue Button: please note that Big Blue Button will be used during this meeting, we can check a tutorial to explain how to use Big Blue Button here. If you are not familiar with this tool then we highly recommend testing it before the conference, our team is available to help and schedule a live test with you from now.

Clearing the background: you shall pay attention to your background if you are at home and minimize background distractions for the audience.

Setting up your devices: you shall plug in your laptop charger and have your headphones with a microphone near you if needed, we highly recommend using them as a speaker, when you ask a question or in the networking, room to ensure the audience hears you well.

Setting up your camera: you shall set your camera: the best angle for the camera to capture your face is from the eye level or a little above. If needed, add some books under your computer to reach the appropriate height. You shall get close to the camera but not too close. The camera should frame your face, neck, and shoulders. Also, you shall be at the center of the frame.

Considering the light: you shall light your face, and darken the space behind you: The light source should come from in front of you. Natural light is highly advised.

Selecting a quiet place: you shall make sure that you are in a quiet environment: check your room acoustics, ensure there is no background noise, dogs barking, people walking by, and more.

Avoiding distractions: you shall make your environment very simple and avoid any distracting object that you could be tempted to play with or touch while you are speaking to the audience like keys.

Testing the connection speed: if you share your internet connection with others, you shall ask if they can limit their data consumption. You shall make sure the audience is not looking at a blurry or pixelated image.


Being on time: you shall be connected 15 minutes prior to the first presentation in your session to ensure your connection is working, as well as your device.

Timing for talks: your presentation shall last 15 minutes for the plenary and 40 for the keynote lecture. In the interest of fairness, please make sure that your whole session does not exceed this time. You shall have a timer near you: you either have it on your cellphone or you have one on your computer.