How to Add New Presentations
Adding Presentations to Your Profile
The "Presentations" content type is accessible only through the "Edit Profile" screen. It allows individual researchers to demonstrate their presenting efforts, including submissions and completed efforts.
You must be an active affiliate of a Research Center or other group to add Presentations to your profile though it does not have to be related to activities within the Research Center itself. It can be featured in the "Featured Publications and Presentations" section of the site at the discretion of your Research Center Chair.
- Presentation Title
- Authors / Presenters: Click “Add another item” to add multiple presenters here.
- Presentation Date
- Event or Conference: This is the name of the event.
- Hosting Organization: This is the group or organization who runs the event.
- Attachments: This is optional but you can add a link to your presentation content, or the document itself.
- Presentation Peer Reviewed: If it’s peer-reviewed, note it here.
- Presentation by Invitation: If you were invited by the event organizers and did NOT submit during the call for presentations, note it here.
- Presentation Type: Select one from the drop-down that appears.
- Boyer's Domain (located in the "Related Information" section)
- Associated UOPX Research Project: If your presentation was a product of an official University Research Project, use this field to link it. (located in the "Related Information" section)
- Associated Award: If your presentation has received an award include it here (located in the "Related Information" section)
Review Your Work
This type does not require moderation; clicking publish means it is immediately available on the web. We highly recommend proofreading the finished item before you’ve clicked Publish. To access a Presentation once completed, return to the profile edit screen, find it in the list, and click the 'Edit' link below the item you'd like to update.
Your presentation should summarize your work and direct people to how they can learn more. Do not include personal communications, other internal information related to the presentation, or any information you do not have explicit permission to publically publish.