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Institute for Student Research and Creativity
FH 255
Celebration@nku.edu

Technical Support for Celebration:

Vanessa Wieland
CITE
wielandv1@nku.edu
 

 

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Virtual presentations are an opportunity for students to present their research and creativity in an online forum.

What are virtual presentations?
With unique research projects on display, these presentations helps to increase understanding of the important role online student research and creativity plays in the education of our students at NKU.
 
How do I participation in this virtual format?
Abstracts must be submitted on the Celebration website by March 4th. Once they have been accepted, presentations must then be recorded and submitted by March 30th. They will be displayed April 13-14th. 

Starting in 2022, there will only be virtual presentations during the spring event and only those who submitted and had abstracts accepted for presentation are able to submit.
 
What do I submit?

Students who have been accepted to present at Celebration in the virtual format will submit a video file with at least one slide and oral description of their project. 

  • Student may present up to five slides but preference is a poster design on one slide. Students should provide an oral discussion of their poster (max 4-5 minutes) for the audience. 
  • These presentations should be submitted by March 30th at 8am (earlier submission appreciated). Presentations should be high quality and may be rejected or returned for revisions.
  • We will post the link to the platform on this page for the start of Celebration.
  • Click here for a tutorial on how to create your presentation and on how to submit your presentation.  Please title your file with your last name followed by the title, such as Smith_2022Presentation.

Poster Template:  PowerPoint Template 3x4ft.pptx.

Why is this important?
Providing student with the opportunity to engage in scholarly, research, and creative work is important to our students’ educational experience and professional development. We encourage faculty to have their students participate in various student research exhibits.
 
How do I submit?
Abstracts must be submitted on the Celebration website by March 4th. Students unclear on how to write an abstract or design a poster should review the resources provided on the Celebration website.

Students who are accepted are required to record and submit their presentations by March 30th. These can be uploaded here.  Video files are limited to 1GB or in a published YouTube link.

What are the expectations?

  • Students accepted to present at as an online presentation must log into the Presentation page with the presentations 3-4 times over the course of the conference.
  • Students are expected to comment and engage at least three of their fellow presenters.
  • Students are also expected to answer the questions and comments on their own presentations before the end of the celebration.