By Marilyn Hammer, PhD, DC, RN

Not sure how and where to find the Congress slides? By following the instructions below, you’ll have your slides in hand and be ready to start attending Congress sessions!

To access the session handouts, visit the Congress schedule or open the Congress mobile app. At the bottom of each session’s description, click on the link next to the icon that looks like a piece of paper. These session handouts are not the actual slides that will be presented, but rather highlights and key takeaways of the session.

The handouts are available to you through PDF format. So water trampoline with slide how do you take notes?! There are several ways to take notes with a PDF.

  1. Pen and paper! Print out your handouts and write on them. This method that has stood the test of time. 🙂
  2. On a computer/laptop
    1. If you have Adobe Acrobat, open the “tools” area, and select notes or one of the other text writing options
    2. Open a blank Word document and take notes.
    3. Open a blank PowerPoint or even Excel spreadsheet and take notes.
  3. On a tablet
    • Download one of the many note-taking applications. Here are some recommendations.
      1. Notability
      2. iAnnotate PDF
      3. PDF Expert
      4. PDF Pen for iPad
      5. Xodo

Please note that some speakers choose to not share their slides to protect their intellectual property. If you do not see a handout included for a given session, please reach out to the speaker directly to see if they are willing to share any material.

If you have any problems or questions about session slides, feel free to visit the ONS Booth (#834) for more guidance. Most importantly, enjoy!

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