CALL FOR VIDEO PRESENTATION PROPOSALS
The 2021 HPGS Biennial Conference is asking for video poster presentation proposals that address the conference theme: “Foresight 2021 and Beyond.” Given that our conference will be virtual this year, your “poster” will be a 5-7 minute video presentation. HPGS welcomes video presentations from all disciplines, professions, undergraduate and graduate students.
Your video poster could highlight a community program, new project, or research study in the field of aging. As you begin to prepare your video presentation, concentrate on two or three of the most important messages you want to convey. These might be your main objectives, most impactful outcomes, or the long-term goals of your project or program. Prioritize your ideas so that you can present your audience with the main ideas you want them to remember.
Once you have clarified the objectives of your presentation, you can begin to organize it to create an effective poster. Just a reminder, the conference will be virtual this year, and your “poster” will be a 5-7 minute video presentation.
- Prioritize your presentation into two to three “take-aways”
- Keep your video presentation simple
• 5-7 minute video of your head and shoulders, speaking about your program, project, research
• 5-7 minute recorded PowerPoint presentation with audio of the speaker
• 5-7 minute on-site video tours of your organization
The deadline to register as a video poster presentation participant is EXTENDED to Tuesday, July 6, 2021. Video Poster Proposals can be submitted online below.
The Program Committee will review video presentation proposals, and everyone will be notified. You will be contacted via email about submitting your completed video and will be sent a link to a Google Drive to upload your video. Your video should be in a common video format (for example .mp4).