Since Celebration of Scholarship 2022 is mostly online, students need to prepare recordings of their presentations which will be uploaded to the Digital Commons at the Clark Memorial Library – only students nominated for Trustees’ or Humanities Awards will give a live presentation.
Recorded oral presentations should be no more than 15 minutes long, unless it is a large group, in which case the presentation may be up to 45 minutes long. Poster presentations should be kept to 5 minutes long.
Oral and poster presentations need to be saved as an MP4. Students should send their MP4’s to Erik Larson (firstname.lastname@example.org) after their abstracts are accepted. Presentations must be submitted by March 25, 2022 at 11:59pm.
Recording your presentation:
We recommend making the recording of your presentation using Microsoft PowerPoint, you can find directions for that here:
Saving your presentation as an MP4:
After recording your PowerPoint you can save it as an MP4 following these directions:
You are welcome to make a recording at any time and hold onto it before submitting it.
Other Recording Options
You may also decide to record your presentation using some screen-capture software. Common examples include:
Other options are also available. Please contact your faculty mentor for other options and help.
Be sure to contact your faculty mentor or Erik Larson: email@example.com with any questions.