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Stander Symposium

Virtual Brother Joseph W. Stander Symposium

Updated 3/31/2020, 10:36 a.m.

We are providing multiple options for students to share and showcase their mentored academic work for a virtual Bro. Joseph W. Stander Symposium on Wednesday, April 22, 2020. 

1. Recorded sessions - submit a video recording of you giving your presentation by Wednesday, April 15. 

2. PDF files - submit your poster or presentation slides by Wednesday, April 15.

3. Live - present on April 22 between 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. EDT; you pick the time and share the URL for attendees to join your session.

eCommons, a service of the University Libraries, will serve as the Stander event and content platform. eCommons is a permanent multimedia archive of UD's continuous pursuit of transformative education and world-changing research. Recorded presentations will be available on April 22, along with PDFs of posters and presentation slides. Any live sessions happening on April 22 will be listed online with their URLs for attendees to join.  

Please see the Stander Symposium website and tab on Porches for additional registration procedures, presentation formats and resources for presenters. Email stander@udayton.edu with any questions or ideas. 

Final reminder: registration closes on Friday, April 3!

See the descriptions below for how we can facilitate each of the presentation formats online. We are preparing revised resources for student presenters and advisors and will send those separately via email and post them to the Stander website on the Student Resources page.

Virtual Project Formats

A PDF file of your poster will be uploaded to eCommons and a record with your title, abstract, etc. will be created and published. You can also submit a 3-5 minute video recording of you presenting your poster. We recommend recording using Zoom or Snagit.

Example
A PDF file of your presentation slides will be uploaded to eCommons and a record with your title, abstract, etc. will be created and published. You can also submit a 10-15 minute video recording of you giving your presentation. We recommend recording using Zoom or Snagit. Or if you would prefer to present live on April 22, schedule a Zoom meeting and provide Stander with the time and URL for the meeting and we will publish it with your title, abstract, etc. You could also record your live session and provide it to Stander to upload to eCommons after the event. Live sessions would be 10-15 minutes with 5 minutes of Q&A.

Example
A panel is a group of 3-4 presenters (or more) with a moderator on a shared topic and represent a variety of perspectives. Panels work best when the presenters interact with one another and the audience, and organized around a series of questions. You can submit a video recording of your panel, we recommend recording using Zoom. Or if you would prefer to present live on April 22, schedule a Zoom meeting and provide Stander with the time and URL for the meeting and we will publish it with your title, abstract, etc. You could also record your live session and provide it to Stander to upload to eCommons after the event. Live sessions would be no more than 30 minutes.

You can submit a video recording of your performance, we recommend recording using Zoom or with whatever technology you are comfortable using. Or if you would prefer to present live on April 22, schedule a Zoom meeting and provide Stander with the time and URL for the meeting and we will publish it with your title, abstract, etc. You could also record your live session and provide it to Stander to upload to eCommons after the event. Live sessions would be no more than 15-20 minutes.

A PDF file of your presentation slides with images will be uploaded to eCommons and a record with your title, abstract, etc. will be created and published. You can also submit a 10-15 minute video recording of you giving your presentation. We recommend recording using Zoom, Snagit or with whatever technology you are comfortable using. Or if you would prefer to present live on April 22, schedule a Zoom meeting and provide Stander with the time and URL for the meeting and we will publish it with your title, abstract, etc. You could also record your live session and provide it to Stander to upload to eCommons after the event. Live sessions would be 10-15 minutes with 5 minutes of Q&A.

Contact the Stander Coordinator at stander@udayton.edu as soon as possible to discuss options for the presentation of your project.

Update Your Porches Registration

Once you have decided which formats you will use please take a moment to update your registration in Porches. We have added an additional question asking you how you will provide your presentation materials for the virtual symposium.

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Those who feel they need to opt-out of the symposium, due to the unexpected pressures on this semester, should visit the Stander Symposium tab in Porches where they can view student submissions. To remove a project from the symposium click “discard” under the project title.

An email will be sent to presenters and advisors on April 6 with directions on how to submit presentation materials or URLs; the deadline to submit will be Tuesday, April 14.

CONTACT

Brother Joseph W. Stander Symposium


300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1634
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