Accessing the Virtual SRC
Truman’s 2020 Student Research Conference will be held as an asynchronous, virtual conference on Thursday, April 16th. In order to view the presentations, you will first need to sign up for an account with your Truman email and then login.
Although the SRC will be different this year, we still hope to facilitate an engaging and exciting day for students to highlight their projects. Please comment on the presentations you watch with questions, comments, or words of encouragement. These students worked hard on their projects, so let’s make sure they know their presentations have been seen!
Frequently Asked Questions
Trying to login with your Truman email and password without first creating an account will not work. You must first sign up for an account.
Guidelines for Virtual Presentations
Oral presentations– Oral presentation recordings are allotted a maximum time of 15 minutes. If you have accompanying slides or materials, these should be shared by recording your screen. If you are able, we would also appreciate seeing a video of you while presenting.
Performances– Performance recordings are allotted a maximum time of 15 minutes and should include a video of the performance.
Poster presentations– Poster presentation recordings are allotted a maximum time of 5 minutes. Posters should be captured through a recording of your screen and include a verbal explanation of your poster. If you are able, we would also appreciate seeing a video of you while presenting.
Art exhibits– Art exhibit recordings are allotted a maximum time of 5 minutes and should include a video of the piece and a verbal explanation of it.
Suggested Technology for Presentation Recordings
All presentations should be submitted as a YouTube link. Why YouTube? Because it’s accessible. YouTube automatically generates closed captioning so it is accessible to all audiences. Below are some suggested tools for presentation recording.