Students with hearing disabilities who benefit from use of an interpreter at their educational institution should communicate their presentation through American (ASL) or International (ISL) Sign Language on camera with the assistance of an interpreter who will voice the presentation off camera. Please note, only the student presenter and the poster should be visible in the supporting video presentation.
If you require other accommodations for your participation, please contact us.
The video should capture you explaining your project in 5 minutes or less. The video is designed for the viewers and judges (where appropriate) to watch you present as if you were at an in-person session.
For some tips and tricks to creating a strong video presentation, check out these resources:
Before submitting, make sure you've met the requirements for your presentation outlined above (Creating Your Virtual Presentation), then follow these guidelines for your video:
IMPORTANT: If you do not submit your presentation with the requested materials, your presentation will not be included in the 2020 Virtual Expo! Make sure you've followed the guidelines for your presentation and for uploading to YouTube.
All submissions are due on or before April 13.