In Fall 2020, all InnovateUNO presentations will be pre-recorded using either Panopto or Zoom.
Recorded presentations will be submitted from Panopto or Zoom to the InnovateUNO Moodle. All presentations will be available through the InnovateUNO Moodle for review by all University students, faculty, and staff during the week of the symposium.
The Office of Research will provide a variety of resources and tutorials to assist presenters with pre-recording presentations. (Soon to come!)
All presentations must follow the Oral Presentation Guidelines in addition to the individual guidelines outlined for each category.
All presentations should be 15 minutes or shorter.
All of the following must be visible in all pre-recorded presentations:
- The presenter (speaking to a web-camera, phone-camera, or other video-recording device);
- Slides (presented in Microsoft PowerPoint, LaTeX, Prezi, Google Slides, or other similar program)
In addition, if you are showcasing a performing arts presentation, you must film your performance separately and include your filmed performance during the slideshow. If you are showcasing a film, the film project must be included during the slideshow. If you are showcasing a work of visual art, the piece must be videoed or photographed from all relevant angles and included as part of the slideshow.
For guidelines in the individual presentation categories, make sure to review the category guidelines below.
All current faculty, staff, and students at UNO may participate. All academic disciplines are encouraged to participate.
Work needs to be completed under the auspices of the University of New Orleans. This includes but is not limited to course/group projects, funded/non-funded projects, and projects completed in conjunction with internships/partnerships that are part of a UNO collaborative.
If you are interested in presenting at InnovateUNO, register as a Participant/Presenter through Eventbrite (link to come).
The Eventbrite registration/application will ask you the following:
- Your department, and the specialty under which your project falls
- The category in which you'd like to present (oral, visual arts, performing arts, film)
- Presentation title
- 250-word abstract or statement of work
- Mentor, if applicable
- Collaborators, if applicable
- Co-presenters, if applicable
Photography & Videography Release
By registering, you consent to be photographed, filmed, and/or otherwise recorded. You consent to the use of such photography, filming, and/or recording for the purposes of promoting the University of New Orleans, the Office of Research, and InnovateUNO.
Abstract/Statement of Work
The abstract or statement of work is a condensed version of your project. By reading it, judges and attendees should understand the nature of the research, inquiry, or exploration made by your work.
The abstract should be no more than 250 words.
All abstracts, regardless of academic discipline, must include:
- A title
- A statement of objectives
Abstracts for data-driven projects must also include:
- Methods by which the data were obtained
Abstracts for film/art submissions should include the genre and the premise behind the work.
Clarity, completeness, spelling, grammar, and readability should be considered in composing the abstract or statement of work.
Include Us on Your Resume/CV
InnovateUNO makes a great line item for your resume! Review our handy guide for including your participation in InnovateUNO on your resume or CV. Presenters, judges, volunteers, and award winners should all consider including InnovateUNO on their resumes!