A wide range of resources to support Symposium presenters are available. Are you creating a poster? A map? A Powerpoint presentation? Would you like help with the research process or making a bibliography? And would you like to practice public speaking or run through your presentation? The Library, ITS and the CTLR can help you prepare for the Symposium.
The Writing Center at the University of North Carolina has many excellent handouts including one on writing an abstract.
Media Support - for Powerpoints, Posters, Maps, and More!
Wilson Media Lab is located in the Davis Family Library. Tutors are available Sunday - Thursday, 1PM - 1AM, and Friday 1PM - 7PM, or email them at email@example.com
Compressing PowerPoint and Keynote Files
Is your PowerPoint or Keynote too large? Here are some links showing you how to reduce your file size by compressing photos within the file.
More Poster Tips Online from Designing Conference Posters and Seduction in the Poster Session
Educational Technology Specialist Mack Roark firstname.lastname@example.org is available by appointment for Illustrator instruction.
Public Speaking Workshops
Director of Learning Resources, Yonna McShane, will offer interactive workshops which include practice and feedback on your oral presentation skills. Please sign up for a session as soon as possible by emailing Yonna email@example.com
Individual Public Speaking Sessions
Students who would like to prepare or practice their presentation with a student speaking coach from Oratory Now can schedule an individual session by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
A media tutor will be available to allow you to project your presentation on the screen and use the microphone to rehearse your presentation. An Oratory Now coach will also be available to help students with their overall delivery.
See workshop schedules on main page