Presentation Instructions per Format
Symposium Presentation: A symposium session combines two or three individual presentations so each individual presentation in a symposium will be allotted 20 minutes, with at least 5 of those minutes dedicated to active discussion with the audience. A PC computer, projector, screen, and clicker along with either a whiteboard or flip-chart with markers will be provided for you. You must arrive early to place your presentation on the computer via USB jump drive. If you do not have any remote presenters, you may bring your own laptop to connect and provide your own adapters. Hybrid presenters need to receive the Zoom link by emailing ESC2022@georgiacenter.uga. Printed documents are the responsibility of the presenters.
Interactive Workshop: Workshops are designed with an intentional focus on skill and knowledge development. Workshops are scheduled for 60 minutes total, composed of 40 minutes of active discussion and 20 minutes of interactive questions and answers with the audience. A PC computer, projector, screen, and clicker along with either a whiteboard or flip-chart with markers will be provided for you. You must arrive early in order to place your presentation on the computer via USB jump drive. If you do not have any remote presenters, you may bring your own laptop to connect and provide your own adapters. Printed documents are the responsiblity of the presenters.
PechaKucha Presentation – These fast-paced presentations last 6 minutes, and 40 seconds with timings built into the presentations (20 slides or images that each automatically advance after 20 seconds). All PechaKucha presentations should be emailed by Monday, September 19, 5:00pm. They will be placed in a combined file and placed on the in-room computer before the session.
Roundtables – Roundtables are designed to be highly interactive sessions focused on a common theme or interest area and are scheduled for 60 minutes. These will be smaller-sized sessions to facilitate more conversation and discussion. They should be more interactive in nature, so limited technology will be available. If you have a presentation, please bring your computer as well as your presentation on a USB jump drive.
Panels – Panels are 60-minute sessions, composed of 40 minutes of active panel discussion and 20 minutes of interactive questions and answers with the audience. A head table and micrphones will be provided. If a moderator was not identified in your porposal, one will be assigned. If you have a remote presenter, virtual conferencing equipment will be provided, and onsite presenters should provide their virtual guests with the direct Zoom link.
Posters - Maximum poster size is 3’x4’ and should not be mounted on foam board. Push pins will be provided. Posters can be placed 7:00am-6:00pm Tuesday, Sept 20 and 7:00am-9:00am on Wednesday, Sept 21. Thye must be displayed by 9:00am, Wednesday, September 21 and removed no earlier than 2:00pm on Thursday, September 22. The official poster session will be held Thursday, September 22, 1:30-2:00pm. All presenters are required to be at their poster during this time.
The following formats will be represented within the virtual track:
- Symposium Presentation – 20 minutes
- Interactive Workshop – 60 minutes
- Panels – 60 minutes
All virtual presenters will be asked to arrive a minimum of 10 minutes before the start of your session. A 20-minute run-through will be required before the conference. Schedule Your Run-Thru
Please send all questions and submitted presentations to: ESC2022@georgiacenter.uga.edu.
Presenter Promotional Toolkit
Want to share this exciting opportunity to present at the 2022 Engagement Scholarship Consortium Annual Conference? Let people know you will be presenting and invite them to join via social media! These are examples for posts on social media. You are not required to use this language. Click here for optional graphics to include in your social media posts.
Share on Twitter or Instagram
I am thrilled to be presenting at #ESCImpact! I’d love to see you at the University of Georgia on September 21-22. Learn more at https://bit.ly/ESC_22.
Share on LinkedIn or Facebook
I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be presenting at the 2022 Engagement Scholarship Consortium Annual Conference as we explore the Impact of Engaged Scholarship with a focus on People, Purpose, and Passion. Join me on [DATE OF PRESENTATION] to learn about [SPEAKING TOPIC]. Hope to see you there! Register to attend at https://bit.ly/ESC_22. #ESCImpact
Update Your Email Signature
Use your daily emails to promote your session.
ESC 2022 Presenter: I am presenting at the 2022 Engagement Scholarship Consortium Annual Conference! Check out my session and join me in Athens, GA on September 21-22, 2022.
Include #ESCImpact in your social media posts.
Send out social media posts an hour before your session to notify people to join.
Leading up to the conference, ESC will be highlighting sessions on social media accounts by posting video abstracts submitted by the presenters.
What is a video abstract?
A video abstract is used to attract viewers to the research being discussed and encourage an audience to attend the event to see more from the presenter. The goal for the video abstracts the presenters submit to ESC is to highlight key points from the presentation that will showcase the presenter’s efforts focused on “The Impact of Engaged Scholarship: People, Purpose, and Passion.”
What content should be included?
The video abstract should have the following components:
- Introduce yourself including name, title, discipline/program, and university affiliation
- Title of the presentation and quick background on your presentation
- A unique story element:
- Why did you choose this topic?
- How do you feel about presenting?
- Is this topic timely? Can other people relate to it? If so, how?
- What is an interesting fact you will be presenting on?
Remember the goal is to engage with our social media audience and leave them wanting more. So, when you are talking about your project give them enough information so they are interested but do not give them all your findings.
Setting up the shot
- Find a space where there is minimal background noise (fans, A/C, animals, road sounds, etc.).
- Place lighting behind the computer, camera, or phone that you are recording on.
- Use headphones as your microphone to get the best recording.
- Dress appropriately. Show your support and wear your college’s gear if you have it!
- Choose a clean background.
- Film the video vertically.
- Speak at a rate of 100-150 words per minute. Try to keep the video under 2 minutes so the script can be between 100-250 words depending on how fast you speak. That is not a lot but try your best to keep your scripts short.
- Speak in a normal conversational tone like you are telling someone a story.
- Remember to speak from key points from your script but make this a conversation.
These videos will be featured on ESC’s website and will be featured on ESC’s social media accounts. You can use several file types, including MP4, MOV, or GIF. Once recorded, submit your video abstract via email as an attached file to ESC2022@georgiacenter.uga.edu.