Virtual Presentation Schedule
View the Virtual Presentation Schedule online to read the abstracts of our Campbell Online student presentations, and those of our Academic Symposium presentations that will be recorded. Campbell Online video presentations will be available on the day of the Symposium, Thursday, March 30, 2017. Recorded Academic Symposium presentations will be available on Friday, March 31, 2017.
Watch a short video introducing the 2017 Virtual Symposium!
Wiggins Memorial Library invites you to participate in our 7th Annual Academic Symposium through our Virtual Symposium. The Virtual Symposium provides a unique opportunity for our online students to share their research with the Campbell community. The Virtual Symposium is a pilot for our online community, with the hopes of expanding the program to Campbell's extended campuses; students enrolled in our extended campuses are invited to participate in the in-person Academic Symposium.
To participate in the Virtual Symposium, students must be nominated by a professor. If accepted, students will record a presentation to be shared at the Academic Symposium on Thursday, March 30, 2017, and hosted online for the broader Campbell community. This enhances the Symposium experience for in-person attendees, while allowing online students to share their research and gain valuable experience in synthesizing and presenting ideas virtually. Judges will evaluate virtual presentations, and student presenters are eligible for awards for outstanding work.
Additionally, some in-person presentations will be recorded and made available online to share the work of on-campus students with Campbell’s online community.
If you would like to participate in the 2017 Virtual Symposium, consult with the professor who assigned the project you want to present. Your professor must nominate your work by Sunday, February 26, 2017. You will have until Sunday, March 26, 2017 to adapt your assignment into a virtual presentation. The library and Academic Computing are here to help coach students through the process of creating a virtual presentation.
Recording a Virtual Presentation
There are many options available to you to create a virtual presentation. We’ve listed a few of them, below.
- Use VoiceThread to add text, voiceover, or video to your slideshow.
- VoiceThread YouTube Video with Captions
- VoiceThread Example/Tutorial
- VoiceThread PowerPoint Tutorial
- VoiceThread Step-by-Step Instructions
- VoiceThread website
- Create a Slidecast by syncing audio narration with a PowerPoint presentation.
- Recording a Slidecast Tutorial
- Microsoft Office step-by-step instructions: Record a slide show with narration and slide timings
- Use Screencast-O-Matic to record all or part of your screen with video and/or audio and download as an MP4.
'Creating a Video Presentation' Workshop
Thank you to those who joined us on Monday, March 6, 2017 for our virtual workshop on recording a video presentation. We provided an overview of how to use VoiceThread, PowerPoint, and Screencast-O-Matic to record a video presentation. Couldn't make it? Watch the recording.
You may also find this recording of the in-person Symposium workshop, "Creating an Engaging Oral Presentation" helpful. Watch the recording.
Judges will evaluate virtual presentations, and awards will be given for outstanding work. Recorded presentations should be roughly 15 minutes long and saved as one of the following video file formats: FLV, F4V, AVI, MP4, MOV, or 3GP; or, hosted on the internet through a website like YouTube, Vimeo, or Screencast. Creating a virtual presentation is easy! Check out our tips on recording a virtual presentation, and remember that the library and Academic Computing are here to help.
Dates & Deadlines
|Nominations Close||Sunday, February 26, 2017|
|Student Acceptances Due||Sunday, March 5, 2017|
|Virtual Presentation Due||Sunday, March 26, 2017|
|7th Annual WML Academic Symposium||Thursday, March 30, 2017|
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