1) Please go to the Virtual Celebration Site a) When on the page you will go to “submit your video presentation”. b) Fill out agreement to have your video presentation web accessible (note: your presentation will only be accessible by users with a @gmu.edu or @masonlive.gmu.edu address) 2) Follow the link to Student Opportunity Center Read more about To Submit Your Video Presentation[…]
For submission of a video presentation to the Virtual Celebration, you will need to submit the following three items: – Abstract (no more than 250 words) – Text transcript of the video (required) – A video (3 minutes is ideal but the goal is no more than 5 minutes; your professor or mentor may have Read more about Required Materials[…]
1) Please go to oscar.gmu.edu/virtual-celebration and select “register your live presentation” 2) Enter your contact information 3) Fill out agreement to have your video presentation web accessible (note: your presentation will only be accessible by users with a @gmu.edu or @masonlive.gmu.edu email address) 4) Answer remaining questions and submit your response 5) Follow the final link Read more about For the students participating in a Student Panel[…]
A faculty or staff member should schedule a WebEx event for at least three student presentations (more presenters per session are encouraged). To submit the presentations to be included in the virtual celebration the session will require: – A WebEx link through the GMU system (this is the only system that its currently GMU approved). Read more about For the creation of a Student Panel Session[…]
Simple! Have log in to Blackboard with your @gmu.edu or @masonlive.gmu.edu account, from there enroll in the following Blackboard Org and click on the Virtual Celebration. You can also join the conversation on social media using #PatriotVirtualScholars.
Registration is open now through May 1st, 2020. Please see the links at the top of this page to register for either a video or live presentation Please prepare your students by giving them guidance on the type of presentation you expect them to give, tips on how to give a presentation without an audience Read more about I am a GMU employee and I would like my students to present. What should I do?[…]
When you visit the event website, there will be a search bar at the top that you can use locate a specific presenter, field of study, or unit. There are also tags you can click to find presentations for other units.
A lightning talk is a format in which the presenter gives a short (usually 3 minutes) presentation about their project. These presentations typically target a multidisciplinary audience, so while they should showcase the merit of the project, they should not be bogged down with jargon or overly complicated explanations. For more details, please see our Read more about What is a “lightning talk”?[…]
Video presentations: These are videos pre-recorded by the student presenters. These are somewhat shorter in length (3-5 minutes) and will have a moderated discussion board that the presenter is expected to check on throughout the event to respond to questions and comments about their presentation.