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Presenting Virtually at SOURCE

Students in all disciplines and on all campuses - including online - can present at SOURCE. The type of presentation you choose to make is based on the type of work you have done and your goals for your presentation. Read more about:

Talk with your mentor about which format is most appropriate for you.

 

Types of presentations at SOURCE

Voice-Over Poster

Poster session at SOURCE

Create a poster using PowerPoint. Record your voice-over while you discuss key areas of your research (3-minutes max). Then, turn your presentation into a video showing your poster while you talk about it. 

 

Voice-over Slide Deck / Oral presentation

Oral presentation

Create your slides in PowerPoint. Record a voice-over while you discuss your research and move through your slides (10-minutes max). Then, turn your presentation into a video that goes through your slides as you discuss the key points of your research. 

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Creative expression / performance and other Video options

Creative performance

Performances include musical performances, theatre, film and video, and spoken word. For presenters who want to share their research or creative projects in a different way, you can record a video or create a multimedia presentation that discusses your project. This can be a recording of you as you talk to the camera, a combination of other mediums including audio or images, or otherwise display information for your audience in a video format. This method may be a good option for creative works, constructed objects, art-based presentations, and creative performances. 

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Virtual Constructed and creative objects

Constructed Bike

Constructed and creative objects include 3D models, machines, devices, and visual art. All forms of visual art are welcome, including original painting, sculpture, photography, prints, textile arts, fashion designs, drawings, pottery, jewelry, and metal works. You are encouraged to make a poster to go with your creative/constructed object to support your presentation and can record a video or create a multimedia presentation that discusses your project. This can be a recording of you as you talk to the camera, a combination of other mediums including audio or images, or otherwise display information for your audience in a video format. This method may be a good option for creative works, constructed objects, art-based presentations, and creative performances. 

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